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Full text of "Green's Connecticut annual register and United States Calendar"

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! CONNECTICUT: I 



I W I T H A N | 

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| For the Year of our LORD, j 

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PAtfLE of Exchange between ConncUkut and 

the following places. 

One hundred Pounds Connecticut currency,' 

p at par in Mafiachufetts, R. Ifland, N.Hamp- 

ihire, Vermont & Virginia, £.ioc — Dollar (yf. 

In Pcnnfylvaiiia, Tuarylaud, Delaware and 
Ijerfey, /.125. — Dollar 7/0V. 

In Ncw-Yt>rk& North-Carolina, £.13 2 6fS 
—Dollar 8/ 

In South-Carolina and Georgia, £.77 15/W 
two thirds — Dollar j\f. Sd. 

In Nova-Scotia, Newfoundland and Canada, 
jf.83 JfS/j 8i— Dollar 5/ 

In Barbadoes, £.111 2/. 2d two thirds,— 
■Dollar 6/. 8./. 

In Jamaica, /". 104 y. ^d — Dollar 6f. %d. 

In the Englim Windward Ulands, £ . 137 lof. 
—Dollar 8/1 3d. 

In the French Ifland s, 2641 Livres and two 
thirds, — Livre Sd. fixty-fix i25ths ? 

In the Dutch Iflands 458 and one third Pieces 
1 of Eight. — Piece of Eight, 4/] yd. eleven 1 5ths. 

In theDanifli Iflands, 520 five 6ths Pieces of 
Eight.— Piece of Eight %f* 2d. four 5ths 

In the Spanilh Iflands,333 one third Pieces of 
Eight. — Piece of Eight hf. 

In England, £. 75. — Dollar 4/. bd. 

In Ireland, J\8i f/— Dollar 4/. io{d. 

In Spain, 424 eight forty-thirds Piaftres of 
Exchange. — Piaftre of Exchange, 4/I od. thir- 
teen 2 5ths. 

In Holland 84^ one 1 6th Florins. — Florin 
ft/) 4^. tAO fifths. 



3RegtCL ? ei\ 

Lift of Civil Officers in, the State of CON: 

NEcricur. 

His Excellency 
SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, Esquire, 
Governor. 
The Hon. Oliver Wolcott, E \ uire, 
Lieutenant- Govenior • 
Assistants. 
William Williams, efq. 
Benjamin Huntingdon > efq. 
Jofeph P. Cock, efq. 
Stephen M. Mitchel,' efq. 
William Hiilhoufe, efq. 
John Treadweli, efq. 
John Chefter, efq. 
James Davenport, cfq* 
Roger Newbury, efq. 
Heman Swift, efq. 
John Chandler, Efq. 
Amafa Learned, efq. 

George Wyllys, efq. Secretary. 
Peter Colt, efq. Treafurer. 
Andrew Kingfoary, efq. Comptroller of public 

(accounts. 



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Jj; Judges of the Superior Court. 

j! Hon, Eliphalet D* er, Efq. Chief Judge. 

I Hon. Andrew Adams, efq. j Hon. Charles Chauncey, efq. 
; Hon. Jefie Root, efq. | Hon. Eraflus Wolcott, efq. 

I __Georg e Pitkin, e fq. clerk. 

Civil Officers, Sec in the County oTlfartford, 

Judges of the County Court. 

Hon. Stephen M. Mitchel, tfq. chief judge. 

I Hon. John Tread well, 1 Hon. John Chefter, 

' j Thomas Seymour, [ Hon. Roger Newbury, efquires 

George Wyllys, efq. clerk. 

JuftUes of Peace 



George Wyllys., 
John Lawrence, 
Noah Webfter, 
Jonathan Bull, 
Samuel Wyllys, 
William Mofely, 
John Robbins, 
Charles Churchell, 
Samuel W. William s> 
Henry Allyn, 
Solomon Grifwold, 
Solomon Whitman, 
Noadiah Hooker, 
Ichabod Norton, 
William Ju-dd, 
Oliver Humphrey, 
Daniel Humphrey, 
Noah Phelps, 
Dudley Petti bone, 
Alexander King, 
Gideon Granger, 
Thaddeus Ltavett, 
Eliphalet Terry, 
John Reynolds, 
Elizur Talcott, 
Jofiah Hale, 
Philip Selew, 
Elizur Hale, jun. 
John Curtifs, 



Jona. Wells, E. Hartford, 
Eiifha Pitkin, 
Richard Pitkin, 
Afhbel Pitkin, 
Selah Hart, 
Ifaac Lee, 
Gad Stanley, 
Simeon Hart, 
Zebulon Peck, jun. 
Tofeph Byington, 
Afahel Hoicomb, 
Ozias Pettibone, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Judah Hokomb, jun. 
Phineas Sheldon, 
John Mix, 
Reuben Humphrey, 
Alexander Wolcott, jun Jj 
Amos Granger, 
John- Trumbull, 
Ralph Pomeroy, 
Nathan Hayes Whiting* 
Htzekiah Bifiell, 
Peter Colt, 
Solomon Dunham, 
Oliver Mather, 
Rofwdl Grant, 
Eraftus W T olcott, jun. 
Elihu Grifwold, 
Plinny Hylyer, 



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Timothy Clark, 
William Wolcott, 
Frtdeiick Elfworth, 
George Pitkin, 



Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Chauncy Goodrich, 
Timothy Cheney, 

(efquires. 



John Trumbull, efq. ftate attorney 
PratTifing dt tor met. John Trumbull, Chauncey Good- 
rich, Thomas Young Seymour, William Mofeley, Eph- 
raim Root, Noah Webfter, jun. Enoch Perkins, efquires, 
Hartford, John W ifliams, Thomas Chefter, efquires, We- 
tbersfield. William Jirdd,' Timothy Pitkin, jun. Daniel W. 
Lewis, efq'rs, Farmington. Roger Newbury, Alexander 
<Wolcott,GaylordGrifwold, efqVs, Wind-far. Jona. Brace, 
efq. Glaftenbury. Nathaniel Terry, ■ Kibbe, efquires 

Enfield. Gideon Granger, efq» Nuffield, Benjamin Farn- 
ham , efq . Symjbury . 

Stephen Chefter, efq. /^j^. 
I Deputy Jherlffs, John Dodd, Simeon Clark, Hartford, 
Nathan Merrow, E aft Hartford. Simeon Belden, We- 
thersfield* Roger Hooker, Farmington. William Ruffe!!, 
Simeon Grifwold, Windfar. Nehemiah Chandler, Enfield. 

Jonathan Janes, goaler. 
| Town- clerks. George Wyllys, efq. Hartford. Samuel 
William Williams, e(q. Wethersfield. Henry Allyn, efq 
Windfar. Frederick Elfworth, efq. Eaft-W'indfar, Solo- 
mon Whitman, efq. Farmington. Mr. Sylvefter Wells, 
Berlin, John Curtifs, efq. Southington. Mr. Jonathan 
Stanley, Edft -Hartford. Benjamin Farnham, efq. Simf 
bury. Alexander King, efq. Nuffield, Eliphalet Terry, 
efq. Enfield Jofiah Hale, efq. Glaftenbury. David By- 
ington, efq. Briflol. Mr. Judah Holcomb, Granby, 
Civil Officers, in the County of New-Haven,. 
Judges of the County Court. 
Hon. Samuel Bimop, efq . chief judge. 
Jofeph Mopkins, efq. ! Gideon Buckingham, efq. 
Andrew Ward, efq. \ Simeen Briftol, Efq. 

William Jofeph Whiting, efq. clerk. 
Juftices of Peace, 



Samuel Bimop, 
David Auftin, 
Timothy Jones, 
Henry Dagget, 
Nehemiah Smith, 



Ephraim Strong, 
Lewis Mallet, jun, 
Stephen Gunn, 
Thomas Clark, 
Eliphalet Hotchkifs, 



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J.Gtin Humphry, 
Ezra B ronton, 
John Welton, 
Oliver Stanley, 
Eliakiin Hall, j.un. 
Caleb Cook, 
Street Hall,. 
David Ha^l, 
Samuel Whiting,. 
Daniel Hall, 
Simeon Parfons, 
John Burpfs, 
Thotrns Burgifs, jun. 
Auguftus_ Collins, 
Wijiia.n Starr, 
Ellas Graves,. 
William Gould* 
Edward RufleM, 
Ebenezer Rutfbil, 
Jonah Clark, 



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John Peck, 
Xhptoaff Darling, 
John Dibble, 
David French, 
Jofiah Bradley* 
Simton BrIJ-tol, 
Bazil Munlon, 
John ri aboard, 
Thomas M-ansfiels, 
Jofeph Pit r point, 
Jofeph Darling, 
Samuel Davenport, 
Brenton Hail, 
Stephen Bail, 
Webb Tomiinfon, 
Jonathan Inger foil, 
Miles Munger, 
Dan Parrne.e, 
. Levi Tomiinfon, efq aires. 



Reuben At water, 

Jonathan Ingerfoll,' efq. Jiate attorney, 

Pra&ifing attcmies. Jonathan' ingerfcll, Pierpont Ed- 
wards, James Hiilhoufe, Mark Leavenworth, William' 
tf iilhoufe, Elizur Goodrich, Dyer White, Simeon. Baldwin^ 
David Daggett, Rofwell Judfon, efquires, New-H#ten»\\ 
Oliver Standiey, Samuel Woodruff, efq'rs, JValiir.gfcrdJt 
Nathaniel Roffeter, efq. Guilford, Abraham V. H. Dt v ; 
Witt,, efq-. Milford. 

Jonathan Fitch, efq. Jherijf. 

Deputy-focrffi* Samuel 7 hacher, Jonas Prentice? Peter 
•Woodward, John R. Throop, Nav-Haven. Aaron Cook, 
Wall'wgford, Michael Peck, Muford. Samuel ScrantomJ 
jun. Guh'ferd. Jofeph Peck, goaier. 

Town- Clerks. Samuel Biih op f efq. New ■ Haven, Mr 
Amos Perkins, Woodbndge. joftah Bradley, .efq. Eafi-\ 
Haven, Jofeph Pi-erpont, efq. Nortb-Haven. Simeon Bri 
ftolytfq.lIamJefi, Mr. Eliflia Whittelfey, jun. WaliUgfard. ' 
Simeon Parfons, efq. Durham, Thomas Burgifs, efq ' 
Guiford, John Humphreys, efq. Derby. Gideon 3uckingJ 
ham, efq. Mi'ford, Samuel Beach, efq. Cbejfcrt, Mr. W m.| 
Leavenworth, Waterbury. Edward RufXeil, efq. BranfordA 



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•Civil Orhctib, &c< in the coumy o» 2yt>w- Lunula. 

Judges of the County Court, 

-Hon. Willi -tm Hillhoufe, e£q.' chief judge. 

William NoyeVcfq. | Benjamin Coit, efq, 

Charles Phelps, efq. Marvin Wait, efq. 

Winthrop Saitonftall, efq. clerk. 

jiijllces of Peace* 



Timothy Green, 
Jofhua Coit, 
Grifwold Avery, 
- Jofeph Harris, 
Thomas Shaw, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
Simon Tracy, 
Elijah Backus, 
•Chriftopher Le&ngwell, 
Samuel Tracy, 
Rufus Lathrop, 
Samuel Leffingwell,. 
Jonathan Huntington, 
John M. Breed, 
Andrew Tracy, 
Benja. Huntington, j an. 
Samuel Mott, 
John Tyler-, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
John Avery, 
Jonathan Brewfter, 
Elias Brown, 
John Williams, 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Jonathan Palmer, jun. 
William Williams, 
Jofhua Babcock, 
Elijah Palmer, 
Jofhua Prentice, 
Latham Hull, 



Ebenezer Ledyard, 
Amos Prentice, 
Thomas N. Niles, 
Thomas Avery, 
Stephen Billings, 
Charles Eldredge, jun. 
Ezra Selden, 
Richard Wait, 
Seth Ely, 
Andrew Grifwold, 
Mar/hfieid Parfons, 
John Watrous, 
Daniel Foot, 
A fa Foot, 
Jofeph Imam, jun-. 
David Kilborn, 
Neh.. Waterman, jun. 
Ebenezer Hartfhorn, 
Eli Hyde, 
John Peikins, 
John G. Hillhoufe, 
Jofhua Raymond, 
Henry Champion, juia. 
Benjamin Throop, 
Ezra Bifhop, 
Elifha Hyde, 
Daniel Morgan, jun. 
Robert Allyn, 
Matthew Grifwold, jun. 
Eliphalet Bulkley, efq'rs. 



' Jofhua Coit, cfq. fiate attorney. 

Pratlijing attvrnies. Jofhua Coit, David Wright, Jere. G. 

Brainard, Elias Perkins, John Caulkins, efq'rs, N, London. 

Benj. Huntington, Afa Spalding, Jonathan Frifbie, Elifha 

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Hyde, Roger Grifwold, Henry Huntington, Samuel Hun-[ 
tington, 3d. WilliaraS. Hart, Matthew Backus, efquires, 
Norwich, Nathaniel Miner, Thomas Butler, efquires, 
Stonington, Elifha Williams, Frederick Allyn, efquires, 
Groton, Jeremiah Halfey, Nathan Peters, efquires, Prefion. 
William Townfend, Charles Bulkley, x4. Enoch Hunting- 
ton, efq'rs, Colchefier, Matthew Grifwold, jun. Richard 
M'Curdy, David M. Jewet, efquires, Lyme, 
JoHiua Huntington, efq. Jheriff. 
Deputy -jheriffs, William Richards, New-London, Bela' 
Peck, Norwich, Elijah Bingham, Lyme* Ephraim Wil- 
liams, Stonington, 

Goalers, Ebenezer Douglas, New-London, Seth Mi- 
ner, Norwich. 

j Town clerks, Mr. John Owen, New-London, Benja- 
[min Huntington, jun. efq. Norwich, Col. David F. Sill, 
'Lyme. Charles Eldredge, jun ef<j. Groton. Peleg Chefe- 
; borough, efq. Stonington, John Watrous, efq. Co'chefter. 
\ Daniel Morgan, jun. efq. Prefton, Mr. John Raymond, 
\Montville. Mr. Hezekiah Burnham, Lijbon, Mr. Ebene- 
zer Backus, Bozra. Eli Hyde, efq. Franklin. 



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Civil Officers, &c. in the County of Fairfield. 

Judges of the County Court, 

Hon. Jofeph Piatt Cook, efq. chief judge. 

Hon. John Chandler, efq. j Philip Burr Bradley, efq. 

Lemuel Sanford, efq. | Hon. James Davenport, efq 

David Burr, efq. clerk. 

Jujtices of Peace, 



Robert Fairchild, 
Daniel Judfon, 
Robert Walker, 
Abijah M'Ewen, 
Daniel Fairchild, 
Abraham Brinfmade, 
Abijah Stirling, 
Deodate Siltiman, 
Daniel Morfe, 
Jofeph Strong, 
Samuel Squire, 
Andrew Rowland, 



Ebenezer JeflTup, 
George Burr, 
Thaddeus Betts, 
EHphalet Lockwood, 
Matthew Mead, 
Samuel C. SHliman, 
John Davenport, jun. 
Charles Webb, 
Reuben Sconeld, 
Amos Mead, 
Jabez Fitch, 
Samuel Wakeman, 



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Thad . Benec 1 ift, Reading } 

Daniel Duncan, 

Timothy Ru?;gie6, 

Elifha Mills/ 

Daniel Banner, 

Jofeph Smith,- 

John Sherwood, 

James Clark, 

Dudtey Baldwin, 

Philip Nichols,. 

David Burr, 

Dan Towner, 

Jabez H. Tomlinfcn, 

Andrew L. Hill, 

(efquires, 



John M<K-ay, 

Benjamin Mead, 

John Benedict, 

Daniel Cooley, 

Eli Mygatt, 

Daniel Taylor, 

Thad* B-enedift, Banbury, 

Thomas Taylor, 

Nehemiah Btardfley, 

Jamee Potter, 

Zaccheu* Towner, 

Alexander Stewart, 

Jabez Botsford, 

William Edmunds, 

Henry Reck, 

Stephen Betts, 

Andrew Rowland, sfq.Jiate attorney., 

Praftijing at/orates, Andrew Rowland, Jonathan S tin- 
ges, Dudley Baldwin, Jo'feph Noyes, DavicfBurr,- Lewis 
Burr Sturges, efquires, Fairfield. Thomas Fitch, Tay- 
lor Sherman, efquires, Nor<zvaik. Thaddeus Benedict, Sa- 
jmuel S. Sifcitrn efquires, Reading. John Davenpo:r, efq. 
Stamford. William Edmunds, Nehemiah Strong, efq'rs, , 
Wewtrtvnl Eliiha Whittelfey, efq. Bar.bu.ry. William' \ 
A. ThompTon, efq, Greenwich. Jofeph Walker, Robert 
C. Johnfon, efq'rs, Stratford. Ifaac Mills, e%. Euntingtur. 
Samuel Bun- Sherwood, efq. Wefion. 

Elijah Abel, efq.. fberiff.. 

Beputy-fheriffi, David Maltbie, Matthew Reed, Zach- 
sriah Lyon, Aaron Mcreboufe* Amos Hayt, David Beers, 
JJezekiah Clark. 

GaoLrs. J:e.ffis Benedict, Frederick J. Whiting, 

Toion clerks, Nathan Bulkley, efq> Fairfield, Robert 
Walker, tfq. StratfGrd. Mr. Samuel Grummond, Nor- 
ivalk. Mr. John Havt, jun. Stamford. Jabez Fitch , efq. 
Greenwich.- Mr. Benjamin Smith, Ridgfie/d. Mr. Major i 
Taylor, Banbury. Mr. Amos Hubbel, New-Falrfield.\\ 
Caleb Baldwin, efq. Neivttv&n* Lemuel San ford, efijilL 
Reading. Mr. Nathan Wtweler, mfom Mr. Elifha Milis,| 
Huntington, Mr. A (hbe! Rugbies, jun. Brookfidd* \ 



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Civil Officers, &c. in the County of IVindbam, 

Judges of the County Court. 

Hon. W ijliam Williams, efq. chief judge. 

Ebenezer Devotion, efq. j Thomas Grofvenor, cfq. 

ConftancSouthworth,efq. | James Gordon, efq. 

Samuel Gray, efq. clerk. 

JuJiiKs of Peace. 



Jedidiah Elderkin, 
Hezekiah Manning, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Jonathan Trumbull, 
John Clark, 
James Pineo, 
Elkanah Tifdale, 
Peleg Thomas, 
Jeremiah Mafon, 
Afahcl Clark, 
Elifha Peikins, 
William Dixfon, 
Andrew Backus, 
John Douglafs, 
Jomua Dunlap, 
David Payne) 
Sherebiah Butt, 
Afa "Witter, 
Daniel Froft, 
A Hen Campbell, 
Jofeph Wylie, 
Robert Dixfon, 
Samuel Cralt, 
John Williams, 
John Salter, 
Experience Storrs, 
Jcffe Williams, 
Samuel Thompfon, 



Elifna Childs, 

Jedidiah Morfe, 

Nathaniel Marcey, 

Benjamin Sumner, 

Benjamin Clark, 

Ifaac Perkins, 

Simeon Smith, 

Sampfon Howe, 

Jafon Phips, 

Thomas Dyke, 

Jofeph Baker, 

Ebenezer Mofeley, 

Ifaac Bennett, 
Jofeph Scarborough, 

Zephaniah Swift, 
Eliafhib Adams, 
Eleazer Moflatt, 
James Denifon, 
Daniel Tilden, 
John Gafton, 
Timothy Larrabee, 
Mcfes Cleaveland, 
Jabez Clark, 
Samuel Gray, 
John M'Clelhn, 
Anthony Bradford, 
Thaddeus Learned, 

(efquires. 



Timothy Larrabee, efq fiate attorney. 

PraB'ifi)^ attcmies. Timothy Larrabee, labez Clark,! 
Zjpliani.Hl] Swift, Lebbeus Larrabee, Samuel Peikins,' 
tfq'rs, Windham. Elifha Paine, Mofes Cleveland, efq rs,. 
Canterbury. William Dixfon,. Piaixfield. John Parifh, \ 

( RalphIfaacs, efqYs, BrcchJyr. David Biirell, efq. Pcmfrct. 

(John McCklbn, efq. JJ'todjlcck* { 



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ShubaeLAbbe, efq. Jberiff. 

Deputy -Jheriffs. Henry Webb, Phineas Abbe, Wind- 
ham. Leunuei Dorrance, Voluntoivn. • Ekazer Conant, 
Mansfield. — Burnham, Afhford. — — Holmes, 
Woodjiock, Walter Hough, Canterbury. 
Phineas Abbe, Goaler. 

Tcwn clerks. Hezekiah Ripley, efq. TVindham. Wil- 
liam Williams, efq. Lebanon. Conftant Southworth, efq. 
Mansfield. Mr. Jofias Boyles, AJhford. Jed. Morfe, efq. 
Woodfiock. Mr. Jofiah Sabin, Pomfret, Seth Payne, efq. 
Brooklyn. Mr. Jacob DrefTer, Thomfon. Sampfoti Howe ; 
efq. Killlngly. Mr. Benjamin Dow, Voluntoiun. Mr. 
William Robinfon, P^r^/TrW. Mr. Walter Hough, Can- 
terbury. Mr. Thomas *Sttdman, Hampton, 

Civil Officers, &c. in the County of Litchfield,, 
judges of the County Court. 
< Hon. Jomua Porter, efq. chief judge. 
Hon. Hernan Swift, efq. I Nathan Hale, ef<$. 
Aaron Auflin, efq. | David Smith* efq. 

Ifaac Baldwin, efq. clerk* 
yufilces of Peace, 



Daniel Sherman* 
, Ifaac Baldwin, 
David Welch, 
Reuben Smith, 
Abraham Bradley* 
James Morrifs, 
David Hurd, 
Hezekiah Thorn pfon. 
Benjamin Hinman, 
Sherman Board man, 
Daniel Eve tit, 
Nathan Elliott, 
Jechro Hatch, 
JedidiahHubbel, 
Daniel Grifwold, 
David Downs, 
Ifaac Parde, 
Lott Norton, 
Daniel Potter, 
Shubael Grifwold, 



Daniel Catlin, jun. 
MarkPrindle, 
Epaphras Sheldon, 
Adonijah Strong, 
Charles Burrall, 
Samuel Forbs, 
Giles Pettibone, 
Dudley Humphrey, 
Samuel Nam, 
AfaphHall, 
ElirtiaSUI, 
Judah Keliogg, 
John Pierce, 
Edward Rogers, 
Juftus uSacket, 
Daniel N. Brimfmade, 
John Whittlefey, 
Oiiver Parmely, 
David Ambler, 
Thomas Fenn, 



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Seth Smith, 
Eliphaz Alverd, 
Elijah Rockwell, 
Jofeph W-itder,. 
Eleazer Enfign,. 
Uriel Holmes, 
Elilha Smith, 
Samuel Lee, 



Nathaniel Swift, 
Samuel Canfield, 
Auguftin Taylor, 
EltCurtifa, 
Adino Hale,. 
Johah Starr, 
Ebenczer Moody,. 
Julius Johnfon, efquires.- 



Tapping Reeve, efq. fiute attorney. 

Pra&ifitig attornies. Tapping Reeve, Ifaac Baldwin, 
jun. Ephraim Kirby, Uriah Tracy, John Allen, Samuel 
Marih, John Bird, .Frederick. Wolcott, efqmrtSy Litchfield. 
Eli Curtife, efq. JVatertown. Hezekiah Thomfon, Nathan 
Prefton, Nathaniel Smith, efquires, Woodbury. Edward 
Hinman, Benjamin Stiles, jun. Simeon Hinman, efquires, 
■Scuthbury. Daniel N. Brimfmade, William Cogswell, 
efquires, Wafhington. Daniel Everett, Samuel Boftwick, 
Nicholas S. Masters, Phiio Ruggles, efquires, Ne<w-Mil- 
ford. Jonathan E.Parmeley^ Daniel W. Lewis, efquires* 
Kent, Judfon Canfield, . John.C. Smith, efquires, Sharon. 
Adonijah Strong, Jofeph Canfield, ElMhaStsrling, efquires, 
Salifbury., John Elmore, Rufus Stanley, efquires, Canaan.. 
jRudley HumphreySyEdmond Akens,. Auguftus Pettibone, 
eOjuires,. Norfolk. Thomas Ruggles Gold r efq. Gojhen*. 
Uriel Holmes, efq. New- Hartford. 

Lynde Lord, efq. fieriff\ 

Deputy fheriffs*. Alexander Catlin, Lynde Lord, jun. 
Litchfield. Amos Clark, Bethlem. David Whitttefey, 
Wajhingten. Ebenezer Baldwin, New-Milfrd. James 
]ohrSon,S alijbury, Giles Pettibone, jun. Norfolk. 
Elijah Wadfworth, goaler. 

Town -clerks. Mr. Mofes Seymour,. Litchfield. Mr. Aner 
Bradley, Wutertoiun. Mr. Mofes Hawley, Setblem. Mr. 
Nathan Prefton, Woodbury. Mr. Increafe Mofeley, 
Soutbbury,. Daniel N. Brimfmade, efq. Wafkingt'.n. Mr. 
EUma Boftwick, Neiu-Milfird. Jedid'iah Hubbd, efq. 
Kent, Daniel Grifwold, efq. Sharon. Judah Kellogg. 
efq. Cornwall. Mr. Afa Hutchinfon, Salt/bury. Mr. Be 
najah Dou<-lafs y CWtf». Dudley Humphreys, tfq. Norfolk. 
Mr. Jofeph Rockwell,Cc/^r^. Samuel Na(h,efq. Gofeen. 
Epapbras Sheldon, efq. Tcrringtcn. Elpn>z Allvord, efq. 
WiKclefier. Mr. Ge:fhom Holmes, Warren. ELazer En 



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fign,efq. Hart lard, Mr. Ifrael Jones, Barkbemjiead. Mr, 
Jofeph Loomis, New-Hartftrd. Daniel Catlin, jun. efq. 
Harwinton. . 

Cml Officers, &c. in the County of Middlefex* 

Judges of the County Court* 

Hon. William Hart, efq. chief judge. 

John Dickinfon, efq. ! Ebenezer White, efq. 

Hezekiah Brainerd, efq. | Hezekiah Lane, efq. 

Stephen Titus Hofmer, efq. clerk. 

Jujlices of Peace, 



William Hart, 
Matthew Talcott, 
Philip Mortimer, 
Elijah Tredway, 
Comfort Sage, 
lfaac Miller, 
Amer Miller, 
Elijah Hubbard, 
Jofeph Brooks, 
Nehemiah Brainerd, 
Cornelius Higgins, 
Ezra Brainerd, 
Timothy Starkey, 
Jedidiah Chapman, 
Samuel Tulley, 
George Elliott, 
Job Wright, 
Abraham Pierfonj, 
Martin Lord, 
Jabez Chapman, 



Timothy Gates, 
Ifrael Spencer, 
John Perceval, 
David Sage, 
John Clark, 
Jonathan -Penfield, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
William Morgan, 
lfaac Spencer, jun. 
Benjamin Williams, 
Amos Churchill, 
lfaac Gridley, 
Thomas Silliman, 
Bryan Parmele, 
Hezekiah Goodrich, 
Thomas Mofeley, 
Jonathan Lay, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
Chancey Bulkley, 
John Hart, efquires. 



Afher Miller, efq. ftate attorney 
Pracliftng attornies, Amer Miller, Samuel W. Dana, 
Ezekiel Woodruff, Stephen T. Hofmer, Matthew T. Ruf- 
fell, William Brown, Jofhua Henfhaw, Wiliiam Pium^e, 
efqVs, Mlddietoivn. Jonathan O. Mofeley, Daniel Chap- 
man, Jared Spencer, Daniel Lyon, efq'rs, Eaft-Haddam, 
William W. Parfons, etq. Jberiff. 
Deputy fieriffs. Samuel Canneld, Zachariah Chapman, 
Nathan Wilcox, Bryan Parmele. 

Daniel Smith, gaoler. 
Town-c/erh, Mr. Bezaleel Fifk, Middletoivn. ]ona 



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than Ptnfitld, efq. Chatham. Nehemiah Brainerd, tfq. 
Haddam. Timothy Gates, efq. Eafi-Haddam. Samuel 
1 uily, efq. Say brook* Abraham Pierfon, efq. KiU'ingiuorth. 

Civil Officers, &c. in i the County of Tolland. 
'Judges of the County Court, 
Hon, Samutl Gilbert, efq. chief judge. 
Jenamiah Ripley, efq. I Solomon Wills, efq 
Reuben Slices, efq. j John Phelps, efq. 

Ephraim Grant, jun. efq. clerk. 
jfuflicH of Peace, 



\ Samuel 'Gilbert, 
5 Samuei Chapman, 
Jeremiah Weft, 
Samuel Carver, 
Ichabod Warner, 
Elijah White, 
Abraham Burnap, 
Ephraim ICingfbury, 
Darnel Elfworth, 
Matthew Hyde, 
Elijah Kellogg, 
Elihu Marvin 



Benjamin Bueil, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Thomas Pitkin, 
Ifaac Pinney, 
Ifrac Foot, 
JefTe Cady, 
Solomon Wales, 
John SefTions, 
Samuel Dunton, 
Timothy Dutton, 
Elijah John fori, 
Benajah Strong, efquires, 



Sylvefter Gilbert, efq. fiatc. attorney. 
Tr&B'ifmg atterniss. Sylvefter Gilbert, efq. Hebron 
Whittlefey, Jonathan Barns, efquires, Tolland. 
Elijah Chapman, jan. efq. Jhcriff. 
Deputy fieri ff. Eber Robinfon, 'Tolland* John -Gil- 
bert, Heron* Jefie Convers, Stafford. 

Ebenezer Spencer, garhr. 
Town- clerks, Mr. Benoni Sheppard, Tolland. Mr. John 
Hale, Coventry, Sylvefter Gilbert, efq. Hebron. Elijah 
White, efq. Bolton, Matthew -Hyde, efq. Ellington. Mr. 
Zerah Kibbee, Scmers. Mr. Samuel Blodget, Stafford, 
Mr. Elijah Holt, Wdlingron, Mr. Lawfon,.'C/*wi. 



Courts of Probate /;/ the Slate of Conne&kut 

Diftricl of C Jonathan Bull, efq. judge. 

Hartford, £ Mr. James Wells, clerk. 

j? { John Treadwtll, z(q. judse. 

rarmin^ton, «M, ., . « ,, , \ J ° 
& I Mr. Ma? tin Bull, clerk. 



V ft J" Noah Phelps, e r q. judge, 

Smjbury, J Mu Amherft phdps derk ^ 

Eaft-mnVor, \ ^^ Wolc0lt > *■* rf * **?* 

M „ C Samuel Bifhop,. efq. judge, 

New-Ha^n, | j^ w< Whiting , efq . d ^. 

T , r , S fafeph Hopkins,, efq. judge,, 

JFWary, ^ J M r . F je(re Hopkins, ckrk. 

as. ;;• - j 5 Oliver Stanley, efq, judge, 

Walling ford* ^ g£ Hun M *gJ* ckrk> 

^ llc j C Edward RuiT.l, efq. jud^s,. 

c„z//w,. ^ Coii John Kliot> cIci ^ 

x , T . * William Kiilhoufe, efq. juJge, 

New -London y < , ,, nA . ^,- IlZZ 
£ JcQiua Coir, efq, clerk, 

A » . , C Andrew Huntington, efq. judge, 

JNurivick, j-Mr. ZscharIah H un! ;n s ton, ckrk. 

c . \ CaarjiCS Phelps, efq. judsce,. 

Stomvgtctr, J Mr# John De ^. fon ^ £ c]erk> 

£.£.£*&; J Jonathan Sturges, efq judge, 

rairjteta, J ^ u ^ g^ SturgeSj ckrk , 

7)^«m; ! J ofe ^ h P1 ' att Cook > efc *' jadse> 

Vanimy* ^ Mr j ofeph ^ Cook j un< cierk , 

«*. .a i 5 Robert Fairchild, efq. jjudge,. 

Stratford*, "i o i ur ■ > r i i 

^ ' / Robert Walker, efq, clerk. 

Windham \ w 'li»am Williams, efq. judge, 

W,ndUm y J TyTr# Thoma5 v/illi 3 ms, clerk. 

Pom fret I Thomas Grofvenor, efq, judge,. 

J * I Mr. Lemuel Grofvenor, clerk. 

Plahfiehl, I \ oim D ™S ] }*> <4 J« d f' 

J ' I James Gordon,, efq. clerk* 

t hchfoid 5 Hon - ° iiver WolcGt ^ ef q- judge, 

Liuopeia, j Mi% Fredsr : ck wolcott, clerk, 

&&*«» I J oftxua Forter> efq ' J udge> 
£ Mr. Auguftus Porter, clerk. 

New-Mlford* 5 DaBld Everett >- ef< l- J ud Se> 

7 ' £ Mr. Nicholas S.- Mailers, clerk. 

T tt ji ^Daniel Sherman, efq. judee, 

Woodbury* J . , ~ . , „,. ' * J . 5 \ . 

-" . I .v£r. Dsntcl Snerman, jim. clerk. 

N f Ik J Giles Pfettibone, efq. judge, 

9 i Mr. Dudley Humphrey, clerk. 



g * ) 

t? a zi jj { lfaae Spencer, jun. efq. judge, 

Eaft-Uaddam, \ Mr< ^ g^^ ££ 

% D , < Hezekiah Lane, efq. judge, 

-*™** J Mr. Dan Lane, clerk. 

**#**, j J ° hn PhelpS, efq * JUdgC> 

„ , ? Samuel Gilbert, efq*. judge, 

nebron, | Sy i v efter Gilbert, efq. clerk. 



CORPORATIONS. 

City o/'New-Haven. 
Hon. Roger Sherman, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen* 
Samuel Bifhop, efq. I Timothy Jones, efq* 
David Auftin, efq. Henry Daggett, efq* 

Capt. John R, Throop, ) ^ 
Gapt. Peter Woodward, ) *«"*•* 
Simeon Baldwin, e.q, city clerk. 
Their annual meeting the firft Tu efday in Junt* 
City of New- London. 
Hon. Richard Law, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Marvin Wait, efq. | Edward Hallam, efq. 
[Hon. Amafa Learned,, efq. j Thomas Shaw, efq* 
David Wright, efq. clerk of city court,, 
Maj. William Richards, ) ^...^ 
Mr. Jofhua Hempfted, ) menGS * 
Mr. John Owen, city clerk. 
Mr. Guy Richards, city treafurer. 
Their annual me eting the fecond M onday in June* 
City of Hartford. 
Thomas Seymour, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Samuel Wyllys, efq. I Barnabas Deane, efq. 
Jonathan Bull, efq. | John Caldwell, efq. 
William Adams, efq. clerk. 
Mr. James Welles, ) fa„\ffr m 

Mr. Daniel Skinner, jun. ) 
Their annual meeting the laft Monday in March. 



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City of M 1 15 D L I T OWN . 

mayor. 



Aldermen. 

Afher Miller, efq. I George Phillips, cfqf. 

Elijah Hubbard,, efq* | Ghauncy Whittetfey, efq, 

. Mr. Robert Warner, ) ^L^ffi! 
Mr. Samuel Canfield, ) 
Mr. William Brown, city clerk. 
Their annual meeting the third Monday in January, 

City °f Norwich. 
Hon. Benjamin Huptington, r efq* mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Eli (ha Hyde,, efq* j Chrifto. Leffingwell, efqv 

Ephraim Bill, efq; j John M. Breed, efq. 

Mr. Benjamin Tracy, ) - . ff 
Mr. Shubael Breed, ) merms ' 
Benjamin Huntington, jun. efq.. clerk. 
Their annual meeting the nrft Tuefday in "July, 



Notaries Public 
Hartford, Enoch Perkins, Noah Webfter, jun-efq^rs*. 
New-Haven, Eiizur Goodrich, efq. 
New- London, Joihua Coit, efq. 
Norwich,. Samuel Huntington, 3d. e(qk 
Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges, efq. 
Middle: own, Stephen Titus Hofmer^efqi 

Pre fton, Samuel Mott, efq. _ 

The Gentlemen nominated by the Votes' of the Freemen of this? 
State, to fland for EleBion, as AJftftants or Members of s 
Council, in May 1792, as fsnt to the General Aflembly, 
Q&ober, 1 791, are, 

His Excellency Samuel Huntington, efq. 
Honorable Oliver Wolcott, efq 



Hon. William Williams, 
Benjamin Huntington, 
Jofeph Piatt Cook, 
Stephen M. Mitchel, 
William Hillhoufe, 
John Treadwell, 
James Davenport, 
Roger Newbury,, 
Heman Swift, 



John Chandler,- 
Amafa Learned, 
Jonathan Ingsrfoll, 
Thomas Grofvenor, 
Tapping Reeve, 
James Wadfworch, 
Afher Miller, 
Zephanitfh Swift, 
Thomas Seymour, efquires. 



£ 



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V^/;/? o/">^ Hon Houfe of Reprejentativrs, chojen in Septem- 
ber , r79i j tuho are to continue Juch to the fecond Thursday 
of May, 1792. 

HARTFORD, Mr. Thomas Seymour, chofen Speaker. 
Mr. Jonathan Boll. 
'Berlin y Mr* Gad Stanley, Mr. Ifaac Lee. 
BriJU, Mr. Zebulon Peck. 

E aft -Hartford, Mr. Jona. Welles* Mr. Elima Pitkin, jun. 
E aft- Win dfor,Mu Lemuel Stoughton,. Mr. R'ofweli Grant. 
Enfield, Mr; Daniel Perkins* Mr. Ifaac Kibbee. 
Farmington, Mr. Noadiah Hooker, Mr- William Judd. 
Glaftenbury, Mr. Howell Wood bridge, Mr. Jonathan Brace, 
Granby, Mr. Ozias Pettibone. 
Ssutlington, Mr. Timothy Clark, Mr. Afo Barns. 
Suffidd, Mr. Afahel Hatheway, Mr. Samuel Hale. 
Symjbury, Mr. Daniel Humphry, Mr. Jonathan Pettibone. 
Weather sfield, Mr. Ezekiel P. Belden, Mr. John Hanmer. 
JVindfor, Mr. Henry AU'yn, Mr. Solomen Grifwold. 
New-Haven, Mr. Jona. Ingerfoll, Mr. David Daggett. 
Branford, Mr. John RufTell, Mr. Jonah Clark. 
Chefihe, Mr. Andrew Hull, Mr. Andrew Hull, jun. 
Derby, Mr. Samuel Hull, Mr. Thomas Clatk. 
Durham, Mr. Simeon Parfons, Mr. Dan Pamiele. 
Eaft -Haven, Mr Jonah Bradley. 
Guilfrd, Mr. Andrew Ward* Mr. John Elliott. 
Hamden, Mr. John Hubbard. 

Milford, Mr. Charles Pond, Mr. Abraham V. DeWitt. 
North -Haven, Mr, Joel Black flee. 
Wallingford, Mr. Eliakim Hall, Mr. John McCleavc. 
Waterbury, Mr. Jofeph Hopkins, Mr. John Welton. 
JVocdb. idge t Mr. Samuel O (borne, Mr. David French. 
New London, Mr. John Demon, Mr.. Marvin Wait. 
Norwich, Mr. Elima Hyde r Mr. Jofeph Williams. 
Bozrah, Mr. Nehemiah Waterman. 
Colchefter, Mt. Eliphalet Bulkley, Mr. John Ifhanw 
branklin r Mr. Nathan Lord. 
Groton, Mr. Thomas Avery, Mr. Stephen Billings. 
Li/bon, 

Lyme, Mr. William Noyes, Mr. Lemuel Lee. 
Mowuille, Mr. Jofeph C better. 

Prcfton, Mr. Jonarhan Brewfter, Mr. Alexander Stewart. 
tyStcnington, M?. Jonathan Palmer, jun. Mr. Latham Hull. 



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Faikfield, Mr* Andrew Rowland, Mr. David Burr. 
Brookjiddy Mr. Jofeph Smith. 
V D anbury, Mr. Eli Mygat, Mr. James Clark. 
Greenwich) Mr. John Mackay, Mr. Jabez Fitch. 
Huntington, Mr. Elihu .Curtifs, Mr. Augur Judfon. , 
New-Fa'irfeld^ Mr. James Potter, Mr. Nehemiah Beardfley 
Newtown, Mr. William Edmond, Mr. Peter Nichols. 
Norwalk, Mr. Job Bartrum, Mr. Eliphalet "Lock wood. 
Reading, Mr. Hezekiah Sanford, Mr. Andrew L. Hill. 
Ridgfield, Mr. Philip B. Bradley, Mr. David Olmftead. 
Stamford, Mr. John Davenport, Ttfr. William Fitch. 
Stratford, Mr. Matthias Kicol, Mr. Samuel Wm. Johnfon 
JVeJion, Mr. Nathaniel Seeley. 
Windham, Mr. Zephaniah Swift, chofenfecond Speaker, 

Mr. Hezekiah Ripley. 
\j4Jhford, Mr. Simeon Smith, Mr. Jfaac Perkins. 
Brooklyn, Mr. Ebenezer Scarborough. 
Canterbury , Mr. Daniel Froft, Mr. Mofes Cleveland. 
Hampton^' 

Killingly, Mr. Samfcn Howe, Mr. Zadock Spalding. 
Lebanon, Mr. Eikanah Tifdale, Mr. David Trumbull. 
M^«5/;^,Mr,ConttantSouthworth,Mr. AbnerHuntington* 
F/ainJield, Mr. Jofeph Shepherd, Mr Ebenezer Eaton. 
Pom/ret, Mr. Thomas Grofvenor, Mr. Lemuel Ingalls. 
Tbctnfon, Mr. Jonathan Nichols. 

Voluntoivn, Mr. Benjamin Dow, Mr. Samuel Robbms* 
Woadjiock, Mr. Nehemiah Childs, Mr. Noah Mafon. 
Litchfield, Mr. Uriah Tracy, cbofen Clerk* 

Mr. Ephraim Kirby. 
Betblem, Mr. David Ambler. 
Canaan, Mr. Samuel Forbes, Mr. Nathan Hale. 
Cornwall, Mr. Timothy Rogers, Mr. Trial Tanner. 
Go/hen^ Mr. Adino Hale, Mr. Ebenezer Norton. 
Hartland, Mr. Uritl Holmes, Mr. Eleazer Enfign. 
Harwinton, Mr. Daniel Catlin, Mr. Mark Prindle. 
Kent, Mr. Jofeph Pratt, 

New -Hartford j Mr. Aaron AufUn, Mr. John Henderfon 
iv>w-M;^r^,Mr.ShermanBoardman,Mr.Eli/haBo{lwick. 
Norfolk, Mr. Dudley Humphry, Mr. Michael Mills. 
Salifbury, Mr. Adonijah Strong, Mr. Samuel Lee. 
Sharon, Mr. Phinehas Smith, Mr. Judfon Canfield. 
Southbury, Mr. Benjamin Hinman. 






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YTorr'wgronf'Mr. Eliiha Smith, Mr. Eliphalet Ene. 
\Warren, Mr. Nathaniel Swift. 

Wajhington, Mr. David Judfon, Mr. Simeon Mitchell. 
Watertoivrii Mr. Elijah Woodward, Mr. David Smith. 

fVinchefler, Mr. David M'Cune. 

IVoodbury, Mr. Nathaniel Smith, Mr. Nathan Prefton. 

Middle town., Mr. Aflier Miller, Mr. Elijah Hubbard. 

Chatham, Mr. HezekiarrGoodrich, Mr. Chauncey Bulkley. 

Eafi-Haddam 9 Mr. Jabez Chapman, Mr. Eliphalet Holmes 

Haddam, Mr. Nehemiah Brainard, Mr. Ezra Brainard. 

Killingwortb, Mr. Jofeph Wilcox, Mr. 'Martin Lord. 

Saybrook, Mr. William Worthington, Mr. Eliiha Ely. 

Tolland, Mr. Jeremiah Weft, Mr. Solomon Will*. 

Bolton, Mr. Elijah White, Mr. Saul Alverd. 

Cwentry, Mr. Jeremiah Ripley, Mr. Daniel White. 

Ellington, Mr. Matthew Hyde. 

Hebron, ivir. Sylvefter Gilbert, Mr. Joel Jones. 

Somers, Mr. Reuben Sykes, Mr. Abel Peafe. 
\ Stafford, Mr. Howard Moulton, Mr. JefTe Cady. 

Union, Mr. Samuel Crawford. 

Willington, Mr. Miner Grant, Mr. Samuel Dunton. 



! Officers of the Cincinnati, in the State of Con 
necticut. 
Hon. Jeremiah Wadsworth, efq. President, 
General Samuel W-yllys, Vice-Prefident, 
Hon. Jonathan Trumbull, efq. Secretary, 
Col. Benjamin Talmadge, Treafurer, 
Col. Philip B. Bradley, Afiiftant-Treafurer, 
Col. Ebenezer Huntington, Aflift. Secry. 



INSPECTORS of REVENUE in the fate of Connecticut, 

Nathaniel Richards, for the feveral ports in the diftrift of 
New London, excepting the ports of Middletown and 
Stonington. 

Comfort Sage, for the port of Middletown. 

Jonathan Palmer, jun. for the port of Stonington. 

Jonathan Fitch, for the ports in the diftricl of New- Haven. 

Samuel Smedley, for the ports in the diftrict of Fairfield. 
[The duty of an Infpetlor of Revenue principally regards 

foreign imported fpirits.] 






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"' ' COLLECTORS of REVENUE. 

Hczekiab Merrill, for the counties of Hartford and Tol- 
land. 

Dyer jflti*, for the county of New-Haven. 

Robert tin/lam, for the towns of New- London, Groton> 
Stonington, Lyme, Prefton, Montville, Say Brook and 
Ki'line,woith. 

V.votnas Celt of Norwich, for the towns of Norwich, Col- 
chefter, Liibon, Bozrah, and Franklin j and alfo all the 
county of Windham. 

Epbraim Kirby, for the counties of Fairfield Sc Litchfield. 

Cbauncey Wbntelfty, for the towns of Middletown and 
Haddam. 

Robert IVarneryiov the towns of Chatham and Earl-Had- 
dam. 
I [The duty oiColleffors of the Revenue, regards fpirits diffc- 

ilied within the United States, from foreign and dome- 

ftic materials.],; 

Spirits are not to be transported by land or water unlefs 
accompanied with the neceltary certificates. 



YALE-COLLEGE, in New-Haven, founded A. D. 1700. 
President— Rev. Ezra Stiles> D.D. andLL.D. 

FeLlows. 



Rev. Jofiaft Whitney, 
David Ely, 
Nathan Williams, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Levi Hart. 



Rev. Eiiphalet Williams, D.D 
Nathaniel Taylor, 
Elfzur Goodrich, D. D. 
Timothy Pitkin, 
Enoch Huntington, 
Rev. Samuel Wales, ft. D. ProferTor of Divinity. 
Rev. Prthdent Stiles, ProferTor of eeclefiaftical Hiftory. 

Hon. James Hillhoufe, efq. Treafurer t 
Tutors* Amos BarTett, A.M. Senior Tutor and Libra- 
Ebeneaer Gay, A. M, (rian. 

Calvin- ChApin, A. M* 
Mr. Jeremiah Atwaser, Steward* 
Benjamin Trumbull, A B. Butler* 
Commencement fecond Wednettay in September. 
Vacations : From Commencement, fix weeks j lrom 
the fecond Tuefday in January, three weeks 5 from the 
jBch May, three weeks, 



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Minijlers and churches in the ft ate tf/'Conne&icut. 

County of Hartford. 



Hartford 
Rev. Nathan Strong, 
Abel Flint, 
Nathan Perkins. 
Vacant, R. 

Berlin* 
John Smalley, 
Benoni Upfon, 
Nathan Fenn. 
Briftol. 
Vacant, 
Jonathan Miller* 

E aft -Hartford* 
Eliphalet Williams, D.D, 
Bcnajah Phelps, 
Chriftopher Miner, B. 

E aft -Wind/or. 
David Macclure, 
Thomas Potwine. 

Enfield. 
Nehemiah Prudden, 
Vacant, C. 

Farmlngton^ 
Vacant, 
Rufus Hawley* 

Glaftenbury. 
Vacant, 
James Eells. 



K. 



Gran by. 
Rev. Ifrael Holly. 

Soutbington* 
William Robinfon, 
Alexander Gillet, 
Vacant, 

Stafford*. 
John Willard,, 
Ifaac Fofter. 

Nuffield*. 
Ebenezer Gay, 
Vacant* 
John Haftings^ 

Symfbury, 
Samuel Stebbins, 
Jeremiah Hallock, 
Ambrofe Todd, 

rVethersfe/d. 
John Marfh, 
Jofhua Belding, 
John Lewis. 

Windsor. 
David S. Rowland, 
Henry A, Rowland 
Theodore Hinfdale, 
Vacant, 
Vacant, B 



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New-Haven, 
Rev. James Dana, D. D. 
Samuel Wales, D. D. 
Jonathan Edwards, D.D. 



County of Neiv- Haven. 



Bela Hubbard, 

Vacant, 

Noah Willifton, 

Plurality, 

Branford. 
Jafon Atwnter, 



E. 



E. 



Rev. Matthew Noyes,. 
Samuel Eells, 
Vacant, E. 

Cbejbire. 
John Foot, 
Reuben Ives, E. 

Derby, 
Martin Tullar, 
Richard Mansfield, E. 
David JSrownfon, 



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Wf 


Rev. Abner Smith. 


Vacant, E. 


' 


Durham, 


North-Haven* 




Elizur Ooodrich,.D. D. 


Benjamin Trumbull, 




Eaft Haven., 


Edward Blackflee, E. 




Nicholas Street. 


JValhngford. 




Guilford*. 


James Noyes, 


\ 


Amos Fowler 


John Willard, 




Vacant, 


Plurality, E. 




Thomas W. Bray,. 


Vacant. 




Backus. 


Waterbury. 




Vacant, E.. 


Mark Leavenworth, 




Hamden, 


Vacant, E. 




Vacant. 


Abraham Fowler. 




Mi/ford. 


Woedb ridge. 




William Lockwood,. 


David L. Beebe,. 




David Tuiiar, 


Stephen Hawley. 




County of New- London. 




New-London. 


Park Allyn, C; 




i Rev. Henry Channing, 


'Lifbon-. 




Samuel Seabury, D. D. 


David Hale, 


(Bijb. epif. chs ConneEi. 


Andrew Lee* 




Zadock D arrow, B. 


Lyme. 




Boxrab. 


Edward Porter^ 




Jonathan Murdock, 


Vacant, 




Peter Rogers, B. 


David Higgins, 




Colcbejier*. 


Jafon Lee, B. 




Vacant, 


Daniel Miner, C. 




Robert Robbins, 


Montville. 




David Huntington, 


Rozel Cook, 




f Vacant, 


Reuben Palmer, B. 




Chriftopher Palmer, B'.. 


Norwich. 




Abel Palmer, B. 


Jofeph Strong, 




Franklin, 


John Tyler, E. 




Samuel Nott. 


Walter King, 




Groton. 


Prefion\ 




Aaron Kinne, 


Lemuel Tyler, 




Vacant, 


Levi Hart, 




Timothy Wightman, B. 


Vacant, 




j Park Avery, C. 


Paul Park, C. 




) Silas Burrows, B. 







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Stomngton. 
Hezekiah N. Woodruff, 
Vacant, 
Chriftopher Avery, C. 



Eleazer Brown, B. 

Simeon Brown, B. „ 

Valentine W.Rathbun,B. I 



County of 
Fa t r y I E l d . 
Rev. Andrew Elliott,.. 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Robert Rofs, 
Timothy D wight, D. D, 

Shelton, E. 

Seth Highie, B. 

D anbury t 
Timothy Langdon, 
Ebenezer White,, Sand, 
Juftus Hull, ' B. 

Greenwich. . 
Robert Morris, 
Ifaac Lewis, 
William Seward, 
Vacant, B< 

Huntington. 
David Ely, 

Abraham L. Clarke, E. 
Elifna Retford. 

New Fairfield i, 
Medad Rogers,. 
Vacant. 

Newtown*. 
Vacant, 
Thomas Brooks, 



Fairfield. 

Philo Perry, E. 

Nor walk . 
Matthias Burnet, 
Vacant, E- 

Vacant, 
Juftus Mitchel. 
Reading. 
Nathaniel Bartlett,- 
Vacant, E. 

Ridgejield '. 
Samuel Goodricbj 
Samuel Camp> 
Vacant, E«. 

Siamfcrd*. 
Vacant, 

Ebenezer Dibble, E. 
Mofes Matherj 
Johfl Shepherd, 
Ebenezer Ferris,. B. 

Stratford. 
Stephen W, Stebbins, 
James Sayre, E. 

Izra-hiah Wetmore. 

mfion. 
James Johnfon, 
John Noyes. 



Windham. 
Rev. Stephen White, 
James Cogfwelij D.D. 
John Painv j -, C. 

Afiford- 
Vacant, 



County ot Wind bam. 



Andrew Judfon, 
Vacant. 

Brco\lyn> 
Jofiflh Wlvtney, 
Daniel Fo^g, 

Cs.'.terbnry . 



E. 



am. 



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Solomon Morgan, 


~PIaihfe!d. 


John Staples. 


Joel Benedict 


H amp torn 


| Pomfret* 


Vacant, 


Aaron Putnam, 


Vacant, Bo 


Walter Lyon. 


Killinglyi 


Thompfon. 


Elifha Atkins, 


Noadiah Ruflel, 


—-Day, ■€« 


John Martin, B. 


; Lebantnl 


Voluntoivn* 


Zebtilon Ely, 


Micaiah Porter. 


| Timothy Stone, 


Woodjiock* 


Thomas Brcckway, 


Eliphalet Lyman, 


John Gurley. 


Stephen Williams, 


1 Mansfield* 


William Graves, 


Elijah Gridley, 


Vacant, B. ) 


Mofes C. Welch. 




County of 


Liu b field. 


JRev. Judah Champion, 


Harivinton* 
Jofhua Williams, 

Kant. 
Joel Board well. 


Amos Chafe, 


Ambel Baldwin, E. 


Barkhtmpfted* 


! Ozias Eells, 


New -Hartford* 
Jonathan Marfh. 


1 Vacant. 


Bethkm^ 


New-Milford. 


Azel Backus. 


Nathaniel Taylor, ) 


Canaan. 


Stanley Grifwold, ) 


Daniel Farrand, 


Vacant, E. 1 


Vacant, 


Norfolk. 


Vacant, C. 


Ammi R. Robbing. 


Colebrook* 

Vacant. 


Saiijhury. 
Vacant. 


Cornwall* 


Sharon. 


Vacant. 


Cotton M. Smith. 


! Vacant. 


' Southbury. 


Gofoen* 


Benjamin Wiidman, 


* ■ Hooker. 


Jehu Minor. 


Hartland* 


Horrington* 


: Aaron Church, 


Vacant, 


1 Nathaniel Gaylorcf. 


Samuel j. Mills. 



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Warren. 


Simeon Waterman, 








Peter Starr. 


Chauncy Prindle, 


E. 






Wafrir.gton. 
Daniel Brinfmade,, ) 


Winchefter. 








Joshua Knap. 








Noah Mejrwin, ) 


Woodbury. 








Jeremiah Day,. 


Noah Benedict, 








Water toion. 


] Thomas Canfield, 
! Vacant, 




.J 




Uriel Gridley, 


E. 






County of 


Middle/ex. 






MlDDLETOWN. 


David Selden, 








Rev. Enoch Huntington, 


Solomon Wheat, 


B. 






Abraham Jarvis, E. 
Gerfhom Buikley, 
Vacant, 

Thomas Minor, 
Stephen Parfons, -C; 


Plurality, 

H add am. 
Eleazer May. 

Killingivorth. 
Achilles Mansfield, 


E. 






JofephGraves, C. 


Henry Ely, 








Ettft-Haddam. 


Say -Brook. 








Elijah Parfons, 


Frederick W. Hotchlcife, 






William Lyman, 


John Devotion, 








Jofeph Vail, 


Richard Ely, 








Vacant, B. 


Samuel Mills, 








Chatham* 


Vacant, < 


E. 






Cyprian Strong, 


Eliphalet Letter, 


B. 






Vacant, 






r 




County 


f Tolland. 






Tolland. 


Hebrtn. 








Rev. Nathan Williams. 


Samuel Kellogg, 








Bolton. 


Elijah Lathrop, 








George Colton, 


David Foot, 


E. 






Ebenezer Kellogg. 


Somers. 








Coventry. 


Charles Backus. 








Jofeph Huntington,D J). 


Union* 








Nathan Strong, 


Vacant. 








Vacant. 


WiUwgton* 








E limit on. 


Vacant, 








Jofhua Leonard. 


_ — l/ilyb ridge. 


B. 





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MESJK»f 



Candidates liccnfed by the fever al Afjociations in Connecticut. 



Meffi. 



of 



EDMUND Mills, 
Calvin White* 
Hendrtc Dow, 
John Ely, 
Reuben Morfe, 
Oliver D. Cooke, 
Hezekiah Goodrich, 
Jofeph Camp, 
William Fowler Miller, 
Jfaac Porter, 
James R Guernfey, 
David H. Willifton, 
William Brintnal Ripley, 
Samuel Sturges, 
John Eliott, 
Solomon Cone, 
Aaron Woodward, 
Dan Bradley, 
Joel Bradley, 
Giles Hooker CowIeS, 
Ifrad Bard Woodward, 
William Brown, 
Silas Long Bingham, 
Stephen Fenn, 
Jefle Town fend, 



Kent, 

Chatham, 
Ajhford, 
Lyme, 
Cbefbire y 
Wallingford, 



Farnzivgton, 
Farm'mgton, 

Neiv-Hairen, 
Green s Farms, 
Fairfield, 
Killingwortb , 
Bolton, 



liamden, 
Hamden , 



Tiverton,R b . IJland, 
Andover, 



Haddam, 



COLLECTORS of fate taxes fir the fate of Conne&icut, 
cbofen in December, 179 1, to collect the taxes of 17.92. 



Afhfordy 


Jonathan Hayward, 


Bolton, . 


Benjamin Tallcot, jun 


Branford t 


Elnathan Tyler, 


Briftol, 


Jacob Bartholomew, 


Berlin, 


Jonathan Belden, 


Bozrjb, 


Jeffs Abel, . 


Brooklym, 


Seth Paine, jun. 


Berhlem, 


Amos Clark, 


Brook field, 


Ifaac Hawley, 


Coventry, 


Jofeph Talcott, 


Canterbury, 


Samuel Barfton, 


Canaaq-y 


John Freeman, 



Chatham, 

Csmivell, 

Cole heft er, 

Chejhirc, 

Durham, 

Danbury % . 

Derby, 

Eaft-Haddam, 

Eaft-Windfor, 

Enfield, 

E aft -II art ford, 

Ellington j ' 

Eaft-Ha-vcn, 

Fairfield, 

Farmington, 

Franklin, 

Greenwich^ 

Grot on, 

GUftcnbury^ 

Guilford, 

Gofhen, 

Granby, 

Hartford ', . 

Hebron, 

Haddam, 

Har%vintcn, 

llartl and, 

Hamden, 

Hampton, 

Huntington, 

Killingly, 

Kent, 

Lebanon, 

Killingivorth) 

Litchfield, 

Lyme, 

Lifbra, 

miford, 

Middletcivn, 

Mansfield, 

Mont'viUe, 



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Jonathan Bowers, 
No return, 
Nathaniel Otis, 
Selden Spencer, 
John N. Wadfworth, 
Samuel Wildman, jun< 
Jofeph Davis, 
Ebenezer Holmes, 
Select-men, 
Nehemiah Chandlery 
Ruffel Cone, 
Ifaac M<Crea, 
Philip Auger,. 
No return, 
John Mix, 

Ebenezer Hartihorn, jun« 
Nath. Merritt, jun. 
Samuel Avery, 
Philip Covell, 
Timothy Baldwin* 
Adino Hale, 
Daniel Holcomb, 
£iima Mix, 
John Gilbert, jun« 
Jonathan Smith, 
Lewis Catlin, 
Afa Andrews, 
Benjamin Woodin, 
Thomas Grow, jun» 
Andrew Shelton, 
Jofeph Adams, 

Oliver Wattles, . 
Abner Graves, 
Ozias Lewis, 
Lemuel Lee, 
Levi Perkins, 
Samoel Fenn, 
Nath, Strong, 
Frederick Freeman-, 
Atwell Chapel, 



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New-Haven, 
North-Haven, 
New-Gilford, 
New - Hartford^ 
NewLvndon, 
Norwich t 
Norwalk, 
New -Fairfield, 
New -Town, 
'Norfolk, 
Rlainfieldi 
PreJlon % 
Pomfret, K 

Heading, 
' Jxidgefield, 
Stonington, 
Symfbury, 
Nuffield, 
Salijbury, , 
Stratford, 
Stafford, 
Say -Brook, 
Stamford, 
Sharon, 
Somers, 
Southington,. 
Southbury, 
Tolland, 
Torrington, 
Thomfon, 
Union, 
Voluntonun, 
' Wether sfield, 
Windham, 
Waterbury, 
Wallingford, 
Wihdfor, 
Woodftock, 
Wiliington, 
Woodbury, 
Wafhington, 



Aner Adee, 
Jofeph Brockett, 
Eli Starr, 
Mofes Douglafs, 
Richard Douglafs, adv 
Ebenezer Bumnell, 
Stephen Lock wood, 
Zebulon Giddings, 
David Meeker, 



Afahel Tracy, 
Samuel Crafts, juni 
Aaron Morehoufe, « 
Job Smith, 
Benadam Williartfs, 
Mofes Cafe, 
Rofea Nclfon, 
TimotHy Chittenden, jun» 
"Jofeph Curtifc, jun. 
Lyman "Lyon, 

John Hoy t, jun* 

Robert Peafe, jun* 
Job Lewis, 
Silas Hecox, 
Edward Dimick, 
Seth Wetmore, 
Noadiah RuiTell, jun. 
Edward Fofter, , 
Thomas Gordon, 
Daniel Warner, 
Ralph Ripley, 
Ethel Brenton, 
Samuel Hall, 2d. 
• Hezekiah Lattemore, 
A fa Lyon, 
Timothy Merrick, 
G. H. Cunningham, 
David Judfon, 



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Watertowti) 

Wincbefier> 

Woodbridg*! Eljah Perkins, 

Warren , Benoni Carter, 

Wefion % David Odell. 

99 Towns that pay taxes. 



Continental Import: Duties, &c. 
Payable on goods and merchandize importedj 
after July i, 1791. 

Cent:, 

ALE, beer and porter* in caiks, per gallon, 5 

Ditto ift bottles* per doz. 20 

Anchors, *j\ per cent. 

Blank books* 10 per cent. 

Boots, - per pair, 50 

Brumes, « 7| per cent. 

Buckles, fhoe and knee, 10 per cent. 

Buttons, ail kinds, - y| per cent. 

Bricks, - 10 per cent. 

Cabinet wares, - m j\ per cent. 

Cables, - - percwt. 3 

Calicoes, coloured, all printed, ftained ) 
! or coloured goods, or manufacture of )-j\ per cent. 

cotton, 6r of linen, or of both, ) 

Cambrics, * 7J per cent. 

Candles, of tallow per lb. 

\\ Ditto of wax or fpermaceti, per lb. 

Canes, walking-flicks and whips, ft per cent. 

Cards, wool and cotton per dozen, 50 

Ditto, playing, per pack, 

Carpets and carpeting, 7! per cent* 

Carriages — coach, chariot, phaeton, ) 

chaife, chair, folo, or other carria- ) 15! per cent. 

ges, or parts of carriages, ) 

Cheefe, . - per lb. 

China and India Goods. 
All goods, wares and merchandize (other) 

than teas) imported directly from China) 12I per cent. 

or India, in foreign veflels, ) 



_ '• *• > : 

TEAS from China or India in Vejfels of the 
United States 

Cents* . 

Bohea te?, per lb. 10] 

'Souchong and other black teas, per lb, 18 

l-Hyfon tea, - per lb. 3a 

[Other green teas, - per lb. 20 

! From Europe, in Vejfels as above, 

Bohea tea, - - - per lb. 12 

; Souchong and other black teas, per lb. 21 

Hyfon, • - per lb. 40 

Other green teas, ■* - per lb. 24 

i Teas in any other manner* 

Eohea tea, - - per lb. 15 

Souchong and other black teas, per lb. 27 

Hyfon tea, - per lb. 50^ 

Other green teas* • per lb. 30 

•China ware, ■» 12* per cent. 

Chintzes, - # 7^ per cent, 

Clothing, ready made, i\ per cent. 

ACoal, - « per bu/hel, 3 

Cocoa, n • per lb. 1 

Coffee, - • per lb. * 

Copper wares, - - - 7f per cent. 

Cordage, tarred, - perewt, 100 

I Ditto untarred, and yarn, perewt. 150 

jCotton, - per lb. 3 

flocks and watches, 10 per cent. 
Drugs,medrcinal (except thofeufed in dying) 7| per cent* 

^Earthen ware, - 10 per cent. 

Gauzes, . - ., - 7* per cent. 
Giafs — looking, window,and©ther,& all) x 
J manufa&uresof glafs,except qt. bottles) 12 * per cent * 

'Gloves, of leather, _- ( 7^ percent. 

Gold and iilver lace, _ 10 per cent. 

.'Gold wares, « - 10 per cent. 

Golofhoes, of leather, per pair 7 

Groceries, (except Articles elfewhere enu 
meratedy) viz. 






: (Ml ) _ 

^ e .,. I IL .iL l i l .UiUI.JU^l^« W *. N iiWlMm l i.Wlll ■ * I ■ 

, Cents'4 

Cinnamon, doves, mace, nutmegs, ginger,^ 
annifeed, currants, dates, figs, plumbs, j 
prunes, raifins, fugarcandy, oranges,lem- ! loperccnt ' 
ons, limes, and generally all fruits and \ * 
comfits \ olives, capers, pickles of every .* 
fort j oil, gunpowder, muftard in -flour, J 
Hats, of beaver,felt,wool,or'mixtureot either, yf per cent, 
Hemp, « per cwt. 54 

Indigo, - - per lb. 25 

jlron — caftings, flit and rolled, 7! per cent. 

! Jewelry and pafte-work, 10 per cent. 

Lace, gold and fiiver, - 10 per cent. 

Lampblack, - - 10 per cent. 

Lawns and kces, - ? 7 A per cent. 

Lead, bar and other, all manufactures wholly > ,. 

of lead, or of which lead is the chief article, > ™ 
Leather, tanned or tawed, and manufac- 1 j . 

tures of leather not otherwife rated, J '* p 
Malt, - ■ perbufliel, 1 

[Marble, flate or other ftones,tables,mortap6, £ IODCrccnt 



and other utenfils of marble or flate, 

Millenary, ready made, 

MolafTes, 41 

Muflins and muflinets, — • 

Wails and fpikes, 

Nankeens, - 

Packthread and twine, 

Painters colours (except thofeufed in dying) 10 per cenu 

Paper-— writing, wrapping, paper-hang- 
ings and pafte- board, 



7| per cent 
per gallon, 
7| percent. 

per lb. 
l\ per cent, 
per cwt. joo 



10 percent. 



Parchment and vellum, - 10 percent. 

Paftework and jewelry, • 10 per cent. 

Pepper, - * per lb. 

Pewter wares, - - 7-| per cent. 

Pictures and prints, - jo per cent. 

Pimento, - - per lb. 

Plated ware, - - - 10 per cent. 

Porter, beer and ale, in cafks, per gallon, 

Ditto in bottles, . * per dozen, 

Saddles, - ■ 7J per cent. 

Salt, - ^ ■ .; perbufhel, 



12J 



Cents.', 


7 f percent. 




per pajr, 


7 


per pair, 


IQ| 


10 per cent. 




io per cent. 


1 


io per cent. 




per lb. 


2 


per lb. 


IO 



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! 

Sattins, and other wrought filks, 
Shoes, flippers and goloflioes, of leather, 
Shoes and flippers, of fiik or fluff, 
Silver ;md gold lace, 
driver ware, 

ate ftones, and utenfiis thereof, 
Soap, 
Snuff, 

Foreign diftilled Spirits, 
Spirits, 3iftilled, imported into the United 1 

States, if more than io percent, below > per gal. 20 
proof, according to Dycas's hydrometer, 3 
Spirits, if under 5, and not more than 10 per 7 , 

cent below proof.by the fame hydrometer, 5 " °' ■ 

Spirits, if of proof, and not more than 5 per 1 , I 

cent, below proof, by the fame hydrometer 3 
Spirits, if above proof, not exceeding 20 per 1 . 

cent, according to the fame hydrometer, J^ r * 2 5 
Spirits, if.more than 20, and not more than 1 
40 per cent, above proof, according to the >per gal. 30 
fame hydrometer, J 

■Spirits, if more than 40 per cent, above proof, 7 , 

according to the fame hydrometer, jP r S • 4 

When the amount of the Duties do not ex- 
,ceed 50 Dollars, it is to be immediately paid $ 
when above that fum it may be fecured by bond. 

Dift tiled Spirits in the United States, 
Spirits diflilled within the U„ States, from") 

Molaftes, Sugar, or other foreign Materl- / , 

als, more than 10 per cent, below proof, f P er % II 
according to Dycas's hydrometer, J 

Spirits, under 5, and not more than 10 per ? . 

cent, below proof, by the fame hydrometer, \ ^ & 12 
Spirits of proof, and not more than 5 per ct. ? . 

below proof, by the fame hydrometer, 5 P er & *3 
Spirits above p>roof, not exceeding 20 per 7 , 

cent, according to the fame hydrometer, \ P er § a *» *5 
^Spirits more than 20 per cent, and not more 1 

than 40 percent, above proof, according >per gal. 20 
to the fame hydrometer, \ 



- ( u } — . 

Cents 

Spirits more than 40 per cent, above proof, ? t 

according to the fame hydrometer, \ P er % ^° 

Spirits difi'dkdfrom. the produce cftbe United States; 

Spirits diftilled within the United States,") 

from any article of the produce thereof, I . 

if more than 10 per cent, below proof, f^ r ° . 
according to Dycas's hydrometer, J 

Spirits under 5, and not more than 10 per? y 

cent, below proof,by the fame hyrometer, 3 ^ 

Spirits of proof, & not more than 5 per cent. 7 . 

below proof, by the fame hydrometer, y *7 ■ 

Spirits above proof, not exceeding 20 per 7 , 

cent, according to the fame hydrometer, y P ° * * 

Spirits more than 20, and not more than 40 1 
per cent, above proof, according to the S per gal. 17 
fame hydrometer, J 

Spirits more than 40 per cent, above proof, 7 . 

according to the fame hydrometer, y P & • ^5 

[On Stills employed in diftilling in any other place 
than a City, Town or Village, a yearly duty of 
60' cents for every gallon of rhe capacity or con- 
tents of fuch Still, including the head thereof. 

In cafe any of the faid Spirits, (whereupon any of 
the duties are paid or fecured) (hall be exported 
from the United States to any foreign port or 
place, there mall be an allowance to the exporter 
thereof, "by way of drawback, equal to the duties 
thereupon,, according to the rates in each cafe j 
deducting therefrom half a cent per gallon, and 
adding to the allowance upon fpirits diftilled 
within the United States, from, molaflfes, which 
mail be fo exported three cents per gallon, as an 
equivalent for the duty laid upon molaffes by the- 
faid ad making further provifion forthe payment 
of "'the debts of the United Stales. — No allowance 
is to be made except the filip or veflelis upwards 
of 30 tons.] 

Spikes and nails,. + - per lb. 

Stone ware, - 10 per cent. 

Steel, unwiought, per cwt. 75 



_( 3! ) 

Cents. | 
Su^ar, brown, - - per lb. if 

Ditto, loaf, - - per lb. 3 

Ditto, all others, - - per lb. 2* 

Teas— Jee China and India Goods, 
Tiles, - - - 10 per cent. 

Tin wares, l\ per cent. 

Tobacco, manufactured, - per lb. 6 

Twine and packthread, per cwt. 300 

Vellum and parchment, - 10 per cent. 

Velvets and* Velverets, - - 7 J per cent. 

Walking- flicks, Canes and Whips, 7J per cent. 

Wares, earthen, ftone, gold, filver Sc plated, 10 percent. 

Ditto, tin, pewter and copper, 7- per cent. 

Watches and clocks, - - 10 per cent. 

Wine, Madeira of the quality of London } ^„„,.. „ .. 

particular, . $P er 8 aL 35 

Wine, other Madeira, - per gal. 30 

Wine, Sherry, - - per gal. 25 

Other Wines,, - • per gal. 20 

Yarn, - - per cwt. 150 

All other Goods, on the value thereof, 5 per cent. 
Except the following Articles, exempted from Duty, ?//«• 

Bullion, Tin in Pigs, Tin Plates, Old Pewter,. Brafs, 
Teutenague, Iron and Brafs Wire,. Copper in Plates, Salt- 
petre, Plaifter of Paris, Wool, Dying Woods and Dying 
Drugs, Raw Hides and Skins, Undrcfled Furs of every- 
kind, the Sea-ftores ofveflels, the Cloaths, Bcoks, Houfe- 
hold Furniture, and the Tools or Implements ot the Trade 
or Profeffion of Perfons who come to refide in the U. S. ; 
Philofophical Apparatus for any feminary of learning 5 all 
Goods intended to be re-exported to a foreign port in the 
vefiel in which they fhaJl be imported j and all articles of 
the growth, product or manufactures of the United States 

Goods ad 'valorem to be valued by adding 20 per cent, to 
the actual coft, if from the Cape of Good Hopeor beyond ; 
& 10 percent, if from any other place,exclufive of charges. 

'Ten per Cent* is added to the feveral rates ot duties, in 
refpeel; to goods imported in foreign vejfels, except in cafes 
where an additional duty is Specially laid on goods fo im- 
ported. 

A Drawback of 99 per cent, on the duty, for exporting 



a 0-4 cq^k: 



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any of the alorei'aid articles to foreign countries, (except. 
Spirits, the drawback of which is mentioned under that 
head). 

A Bounty is paid on dried and picked Fifh,ef the fisheries 
of the U. S. and on other Provisions falted within the 
States, when exported to a foreign country, viz — On dried 
Fifb, 10 cents per quintal — On pickled Fifh, and other 
falted Provisions, 10 cents per barrel. 

By Vefjels of the United States, are understood veiTels built 
in the United States, arid wholly belonging to a citl2en or 
citizens thereof ; or veiTels built in foreign countries, but 
belonging, on the 16th of May 37*89^0 a citizen or citizens 
of the United States, and fo continuing until the time 01 
importation, .. 

Veflels, not anfwering the above defcription, are deemed 
Foreign VeJJ'eh. 

Foreign Goods, fubjecl to duty, are forfeited, together 
with the veiTel, if imported in any veiTel under 30 tons. 



TON'NAGEji-y an Aft of- July 26, 1790, to be paid In ten 
days after entry, and before clearance* 

Cents. 

On veiTels of the United States - - 6 

9n vefllls built within the United States after the 
20th of July, 1789, fcut owned wholly or in part 
by foreigners, - - 30 

On all other veiTels, - - - go 

"On veflels of the United States entering in a diftricT: 
of one State from a drflricl: irranother(other t bin an 
adjoining State on the fea coaft or on a navigable 
river) having on board goods taken in one State 
to be delivered in another, 6 

On foreign veiTels entering in one diftrict from a- 
nother, having on board goods taken in one dift- 
rict to be delivered in another,. 50 

Veflels of the United States, licenced to trade be- 

[ tween the different districts, or to carry on the 
bankor whale fimeries, pay only once a year. 
[Office Hours fir doing lufimjs at the Cuftom- Houfe, every 

day in the week, from <)o clock in the morning to I afternoon. 

and from 3 in the afternoon tofuvfet, ( Saturday aft ernaon arc 
t Sunday excepted. J J 



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Rates of Coins for ejlimatin 


<Z Duties. 




Dolls. 


Cts. 


Pound Sterling of Great Britain 


4 


44 


of Ireland 


4 


JO 


Livre Tournois 




*«l 


Dutch Florin, or Guilder 




39 


Mark Banco of Hamburgh 


- 


3S| 


Rix Dollar of Sweden 


I 




Real Plate of Spain 


- 


io 


Milree of Portugal 


I 


24 


' Tale of China 


i 


48 


Pagoda of India 


i 


94 


Rupee of Bengal 


-- 


5Sl 



The Ads, for 'intpojirig the federal Duties, to continue, and the 
colhclion thereof to be made, until the debts and purposes, for 
ivhich they ivere pledged Jhall be fully dij charged. 



I Fees to Collector and Naval-Officer. 
Dol. Cents. 
.Entry of a veffel, 100 tons or upwards, 
I Clearance of ditto, - « 

[Entry of a veffel under 100 tons, 
. Clearance of do. 

>Permit to land goods, - — 

Every bond taken officially, 
.Permit to load goods for exportation, which ? 
are intitled to a drawback, J 

Every Official certificate, or bill of health, 
Every other official document, (regifter excepted) 

Fees to Surveyor. 

On each veffel, 100 tons and upwards, with? 

goods fubjeel to duty, J 

On each veffel, under 100 tons, with ditto, 
All veffels, not having goods fubjecl to duty, 
For meafuring a veffel, of 100 tons or under, ? 

per ton, - 3 

From 100 to 200 tons, - •- 1^0 

Above 200 tons, - - 200 



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9 he following articles are to be infpsfled, and cer-\ 
tificate of tnfpefiion produced at the cnjiom- 
houfe\ at the t'wie of clearings viz. 
Pork— beef — fiih— butter — lard— flour- — to-' 

|bacco — pot and pearl afhes — ftaves — fhmgles/ 

fand boards. Form. 

" I certify, that twenty barrels of pork have 
been inffetled by me, agreeable to law, and 
' ,4 according to the brands affixed to the fame J 9 

ALL Mafters of Veflels from foreign ports are, within' 
24 hours after their arrival, to make report at trie nearcfi 
Cuitom-houfe office, and within 48 kours, a further report 
to the Collector, of the name, burthen and lading of his 
vefiel, whether flowed ioofe or in packages, the marks, 
numbers and contents of each^ the place apd perfon tc 
whom configned, and the place wh ere taken in, of what 
country built, from what place me iaft failed, and who 
was and is matter °. At the time of delivering the maniieft, 
the mafter is to declare .to the truth thereof, and that no 
Ipart of her lading* fmce her departure from the place fhe 
laft failed, has been landed,. unladed or otherwrfe removed 
from on board her 5 and -further* that in cafe he mall after- 
wards know of any goods , other than reported, he will 
forthwith make report to the Collector. 

Mafters of veflels neglecting to report, delivering ttieif 
manifefts, or taking the oath, are liable, for every offence, 
to forfeit the fum of 1000 dollars. 

Vefltls of war, and public packets carrying difpatches, 
are exempt from making report. 

No Goods to be unloaded but in open day, or withcud 
a Permit, under penalty of 400 dollars, difabiiity from] 
holding office for the term of feven years, and being adverj 
tifed in gazette, and forfeiture of goods, and if above the] 
fum of 400 dollars, of vefill, &c. 

If any part of the cargo fhall be unladen, for any purpofe 
whatever (except in diftrefs the commander on board for- 
feits 1000 dollars, with fhe goods remaining on board. "1 
Goods to be unladen in fifteen days, or ddiveredto thefc 



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Colledor, exctpt fait or coal, which may be continued 
longer, on the matter or owner paying infpe&ors. 

Goods not agreeing with manifeft, or manifeft with 
delivery, the mailer to forfeit 500 dollars. 

No Goods of foreign growth or manufacture to be 
brought into theU. S. unlefs by fea, and not in verTcls un- 
der 30 tons, on forfeiture of goods and vtficl (except with- 
in the diftrict of Louifvilie.) 

Veflfets in diftrcfs to report in 48 hours from arrival, to 
proteft before a Notary- Public or Juftlce, in 24 hours, and 
if it appears necerTary to the Collector, he may permit to 
unload, on payment of the duties on goods neceffary to pay 
expences j neceflity to be made appear to wardens, or o- 
thers for th^ purpofe authorized. 

j Duties to be paid before permit, un!efs they exceed co 
^dollars, in which cafe, they may be fccured by bond with 
!one or morefureties, payable for Weft-India goods in foir 
'months, Madeira wines in twelvemonths, other goods in 
'fix months j or the importer may depofit double the value 
of the' duties in goods to fecure the payment cf duties, 
• which, on failure of payment, are to be fold. 
t Goods ad 'valorem to be valued by adding 20 per cent, tc 
the actual coCt^ if from, the Cape of Good-Hope or beyond, 
nd 10 per ct. if from any other place, exclufive of ci^arges* 

Goods damaged,, or without invoice, to be valued on 
oath or affirmation, by two perfons, one chofen by the 
Collector, and the other by the party. 

No perfon whofe bond for duties. is due and unpaid, to 
Llbe allowed credit for duties. 

! Bonds for duties, when due, to be profecuted j and in 
cafe of infolvency, to have preference. 

Goods removed before weighed or gauged, withoutcon- 
.jfeht of the Collector, or other proper officer, are forfeited. 

Peifons knowingly buying goods liable to feizure, forfeit 
double value ; goods found on fearch,, which have not paid 
duties, forfeited. 

. Drawback allowed at the place, of entry only, on all goods 
exported to any country without the United States in the 
original packages, and within fix months after payment! 
<made,orfecu[ity given, for duties, retaining one percent.) 
of duties paid, and excepting where duties do not amount; 
*o 20 dollars at tbe.leaft. 



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Bonds with one or mere fureties to be given, thac iuch 
goods mall not be re-landed wi hin the United St.tes, 

Goods not entitled to drawback until after 6 mcnths,and 
until the exporter produce certificate in writing of two re-l 
fpeclable merchants at the foreign port or place where 
hndedy together with the 02th of the mafter and mate of; 
the vefTel, certifying the delivery thereof. 

Officers may feize within or without their diftricl. 
Perfons giving or offering bribe, forfeit from 200 to 
2000 dollars. 

Captain or owner making falfe oath of entry, fuffers a 
fine not exceeding icoo dollars, and not more than 12 
months imprifonment. 

Collector, Naval Officer and Surveyor, or perfon fpeclal- ! 
ly appointed by .either of them for the purpofe, may enter 
| any veflU in whic : they have reafon to fufpect goods fubje& 
? to dut> are concealed; and if they have caufe to fufpec"t con- 
cealment in any dwelling houfe, ftore, or ether place, on 
I application on oath or affirmation, to any juftice of peace, 
I have warrant to enter, in the day time only, and feize. ■ 

All penalties, fines and forfeitures-, are to be one moiety I 
1 to the United States, the'other to be paid in equal parts to I 
(the Collector, Naval Officer and Surveyor of the pert 
J where the fame had occurred ; in diftridts where there is 
one Qfiher, he has the whole moiety. If the forfeiture is 
j recovered by information given by any other than a Cuftom 
! Houfc officer, one half of (aid moiety to be given to the in- 1 
{former, the remainder to be difpofed of as aforefaid. 

Incafe of veffel caft away, or other accident, to produce, 
a proteft in due form, and in cafe fuch proteft cannot be-; 
had, the oath or affirmation of the exporter, or other proof, 
to the fatisfaction of the collector. 

Goods exported for drawback, and re-landed, fubjecl: to; 
feizure, together with the vefTel, boats, &c. and perfons : 
concerned to fuffer fix months imprifonment. * 

In order to fecure the collection of thefe duties, boats on 
cutters are to be equipped, not exceeding ten, to be em-| 
ployed for the proteftion of the revenue, the expence not 
to exceed 10,000 dollars, to be paid out of the duties and 
tonnage on veffels. Each of faid boats or cutters to have 
lone Matter, and not more than three Mates, four Mariners 
S ond two boys ; the Matter to be allowed 30 Dollars per 






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Imonth, iftMatezo, 2d Mate 16, 3d Mate 14, each Mari- 
. ner 8, and each boy 4 dollars. The Officers of thefe boats 
or cutters to be Officers of the cuftoms, with authority to 
go on board any veffel within 4 leagues of the coafts of the 
jUnited States. Small open row or fail boats with a re- 
quisite number of perfons, are alfo to be provided for the 
ufe of the Surveyors and Infpectors ingoing on board vef- 
fels, for the better detection of frauds. 

Subflance of the Coafting Aft. r 

ALL veffels to be intitled to the benefits of American 
veff Is, muft be regiftered or enrolled, and have their names 
and the names of the places to which they^ belong, painted 
on their fterns, on a black ground with white letters, atj 
leaft three inches in length,. on forfeiture of paying foreign 
tonnage. 

I Regifters to be granted to none but American built vef- 
fels, owned wholly by citizens thereof — or owned by citi- 
zens on and (ince 16th May 1789-, and commanded by cit- 
izens of the United States. The Surveyor having flrft cer- 
tified their exact tonnage. Bonds to be given for preferva- 
Yion of Regifters.. 

All veffels built in the United States for foreigners, toj 
be recorded in the Collectors Office, on oath. 

American veffels (of the above defcription) of lefs than 
'20 tons, and not lefs than 5 tons (qualified as before) (hall 
jannually procure a licence, which will exempt them from! 
| entering or clearing for one year. Matters or owners to! 
give bond, that fuch veffels (hall not be concerned in any 
illicit trade. And before they can renew fuch licence, muft 
jmake oath that they have not been concerned in any illicit I 
trade. 

\ Mafters and owners of American coafting veffels of 20J 
tons or upwards, (hall have licence to t?ade or fifh for cnej 
year, tonnage being firft paid, and bond given that the' 
veffels mall not be employed in any illicit trade— on failure; 
to procure a licence muft pay foreign tonnage. 

Mafters bound to foreign ports, t© deliver a Manifeft of- 
the cargo, on oath, before cleared out. Commander or! 
owner ferfeits 200 dollars, for failing without clearance. 
j Mafters of American coafting veffels having onboard 
foreien goods, &c. of 200 dollars value, or 400 gallons of' 



By an A el: of Congrefs,/or the government of Seamen In the 
Merchants Service,.— It is enacted, That 
Mailers of VefTels bound from a port in the Unkecl States 
to a foreign port, or if the vefTel be burthen fiity tons or 
| upwards, bound from a port in one State to a port in any 
other State, other than an adjoining State, fhall, before 
'proceeding on fuch voyage, make an agreement in writing! 
or print, with the Teamen (except, they be apprentices) del 

■atqawtgg&MWsa mwrwH i ' ■!■ ? ■' ■ mtmm tcmm^ "~~ r 



_— ._ ( ... 4^ r - 

rum, and bound from one diftricl to another, mull deliver 
duplicate regular Maoifefts of whole cargo, on oath (one 
of which manifests ihallbe returned certified to the mafter) j 
before permit can' be obtained to depart. If not having 
foreign goods or r\jm on board, no manifefts are required, 
hut they may proceed to any diftri& in the fame ftate or 
next adjoining ftate. 

American coafring vefTels, if bmind to any other than 
adjoining ftr>tc or diftric~r in the fame ftate, and if having- 
American goods or produce on board, rmrft deliver dupli- 
cate regular manifefison oath, (one of which will be return 
ed certified) before permit to proceed can be obtained. 

Coafting vefTels (as before defcri bed) from fame, or ad 
joining ftate, before permifiion to land the cargo can be 
obtained, muft deliver a manifeft thereof on oath, within 
24 hours after arrival, Sundays excepted. 

In all -cafes mafters of coafting veiTe's, muft within 24 
hours after arrival, Sundays excepted, deliver the manifeft 
which was received from the Collector authenticated, be- 
fore permit to land goods can be obtained. 

If a mafter of any verTel having goods, &c. on board of 
200 dollars value, fails without certified manlfeft and per 
mft, he -forfeits 400 dollars and goods : VefTels bound to 
a diftricl: in fame, or adjoining ftate, and having on board 
""American goods, &c. rum, or other ardent fpirits, excepted. 

Licenced vefiels, if bound to a foreign port, muft deliver 
jup their licence— and in cafe of neglect, the mafter forfeits 
ico dollars. 

VefTels not intitled to R'egifteror Enrollment, and frau- 
dulently ufmg either, are forfeited. 

] Falfe fwearing to be punimed, as wilful and corrupt 
perjury. Perfons forging or altering official documents, 
to forfeit 500 dollars. 



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daring the voyage, or time, for which they are (hipped — j 
on neglect, are liable to give the higheft wages given at the| 
port where faid feamen (hipped, and alfo forfeit ao dollars 
for every fuch feaman. 

That at the foot of fuch contrail there (hall be a mem- 
orandum of the day and hour on which fuch feamen (hip- 
ped. And if any fuch feaman (hail neglect to render him- 
Telf oh board the vciTel at the time mentioned in fuch me- 
morandum, and if the mafter of fuch veffel, (hall on the 
{day on which fuch neglect happened, make an entry in the 
log book of fuch veffel, of the name of fuch feaman, and 
note the time he fo neglected to render himfelf, fuch fea- 
man (hall forfeit for every hour, which he (hall fo neglect 
to render himfelf, one day's pay. And if he wholly ne- 
glects to render himfelf on board of fuch veffel, fo that the 
veffel proceed to fea without him, fuch feaman (hall forfeit 
a fum equal to that which (hall have been paid him by ad- 
vance at the time of figning the contract, over and befides 
the furrtib advanced, 

| That if the mate or firft officer under the mafter, and a 
majority of the crew of a veffel bound on a foreign voyage, 
mall, after the voyage is begun (and before the veffel has 
left the lan<J) difcover that the veffel is leaky, or otherwife 
unfit in her crew, tackle, provifions, &c and (hall require 
fuch unfitnefs to be enquired into, the mafter (hall, upon 
the requeft of faid mate, &c. forthwith proceed to, or flop 
l at, the neareft or moft convenient pert or place where fuch 
-enquiry can be made, and there apply to the diftrict judge, 
if he (hail there refide, or if not, toibme juftice of peace of 
*the place j and thereupon fuch judge or juftice is authorifed 
|and required to iffue his precept directed to three perfons 
iin the neighbourhood the mod fkiiful in maritime affairs, 
^requiring them to repair on board fuch veffel, and to exa- 
.mine the fame, and make 'report to faid judge or juftice, in 
^writing, in what refpect faid veffel is unfit to proceed on 
tthe intended voyage, and what addition of men, &c. and 
jwhat repairs, &c. will beneceffary : and upon fueh report 
'thefaid judge or juftice (hall adjudge and determine, anc 1 
jmall endorfe on faid report his judgement, whether faid 
fveffelisfit to proceed, &c. and the mafter and crew (hal 

! 'conform to faid judgement ; and the mafter or commandei 
(hall, in the firft inftance, pay all the cofts — to be taxec 



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and allowed by the judge or juftice. But if the complaint 
•of the crew mall appear upon the report and judgement, to 
have been without foundation, then the mafter,or the own- 
er, or confignee of fuch veffel, mall deduct the amount 
thereof, and of reasonable damages for the detention, (to 
the afcertained by the faid judge or juftice) out of the wages' 
[growing due to the complaining feamen or mariners. And 
jif after fuch judgment, fuch veffel is fit to proceed on her 
Woy2ge, or after procuring fuch men, provifions, ftores, 
{repairs or alterations as may be directed, faid feamen (hall 
|refufe to proceed on the voyage, it mall be lawful for any 
juftice of the peace to commit by warrant every fuch fea- 
,man or mariner, who (hall fo refufe, to the common gaol 
•of the county, there to remain without bail or mainprize, 
juntil he fhall have paid double the fum advanced to hinr 
at the time of fubfcribing the contract for the voyage, to-l 
gether with fuch reafonable cofts as mail be allowed by the 
■faid-juiYice,and inserted in the faid warrant. 

That if any perfon mall harbor orfecrete any feaman or 
imariner belonging to any (hip or' veffel, knowing them to 
;belong thereto, every fuch perfon, on conviction thereof, 
'before any court in the city, town or county, where he, (he* 
jor they may refide, fhall forfeit ten dollars for every dayj 
I which he, me or they (hall continue to harbor or fecrete 
fuch feaman or mariner, one half to the profecutor, the o-| 
ther half to the United States $ and no fum exceeding one' 
dollar, (hall be recoverable from any feaman or mariner by 
any one perfon, for any debt, contracted during the time 
fuch feaman or manner fhall actually belong to any (hip or 
jveffel, until the voyage, for which fuch feaman or mariner 
engaged, (hall be ended. 

That if any feaman or mariner, who (hall have fubferibed 
•fuch contract as is herein before defcribed, (hall abfent him-j 
ifelf from on board the veffel tn which he fhall fo have (hip 
Iped, without leave of the matter, or officer commanding; 
{on board, and th? mate, or other officer having charge ofj 
'the log-book, (hall make an entry therein, of the name of 
jfuch feaman, on the day on which he (hall fo abfent him- 
felf, and if fuch feaman or mariner (hall return to his duty 
within 4S hours, fuch feaman (hall forfeit three day's pay, 
for every day which he (hall fo abfent himfelf, to be deduc- 



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lted out of his wages j but if any teaman or mariner fl all 
[abfcnt himfelf tor more than 4S hours at one time, he (hall 
[forfeit all the wages due to him, and all his goods and 
(chattels which were on board faid vefTel, or in any ftorc 
; where they may have been lodged at the time of his defert 
lion, to t ; e ufeof the owners of fuch veffel, and moreover 
' mail be Table to pay to him or them all damages which he 

I- or they may fuftain. 
That 'every feaman or manner mall be entitled to de 
t mand and receive from the mailer of the veflel to which he 
belongs, one third part of the wages which mail be due to 
him, at every port where fuch veifcl lhall unlade her cargo, 
before the voyage be ended, unlefs the contrary be exprefsly 
{Vpulated in the contract 5 and as Coon as the voyage is 
ended, and the cargo or balhtt be fully difcharged at the 
iiaft port of delivery, every feaman or mariner mall be en- 1 
ititkd 10 the wages which mall be then due; and if not paid 
tin ten days after difcharge, or if any difpute ihall arife be-; 
ft ween the matter and feamen touching the faid wages, it 
ill a 1 1 beiawful for the judge of tha diftri6l where faid veiTel 
ihall be, or, in cafe his refidence be more than three miles 
from the place, or of his abfence from the place of his refi- 
dence, ^en, for any judge or juttice, tofummon the matt- 
er of fuch vtfiel to appear before him, to (hew caufe, why 
procefs mould not ilTue againft fuch vefiei, heruckk, &c. 
to anfwer for the laid wages ; and if the matter mall ne 
-gletl to appear, orappearing,fnall not mew that the wages 
are paid j in fuch cafe, the judge or juttice ihall certify to \ 
the clerk of the court of the diftricr, that there is fum;ient 
caufe of complaint whereon to found admiralty procefs, 
and thereupon the clerk of fuch court ihall iflue procefs a- 
ga'ntt faid veiTel, and the fuit mail be proceeded on in the 
faid court, and final judgment be given, according to the 
courfe of admiralty courts in fuch cafes ufed : and in fu;h 
fuit all the fea.nen or mariners (having caufe of complaint 
of the like kind, againft the fame veffto) ihJl be joined as 
complainants, and it fh.tll be incumbent on the matter to 
produce the contract, and logbook, if required, to afcertafil 
any matters' in difpute, otherw.fe the c ...-mplainants mail be 
permitted to ft ate the contents thereof, and the proof of the 
Contrary (hall lie on the matter, but nothing herein con-"j] 
gai ned mall presen t any feaman or ;y : ari ;er from having 

KaaOMMMtaaETrTmT H1M1PI " mm i i utmt-\g<r tiih ■■ m i i -— rumm mm 



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Ijadtion at common law for the recovery of his wages, or 
|;from immediate procefs out of any court having admiralty 
I jurifdiction, wherever any (hip or veiTel may be found, in 
cafe (he mail have left the port of delivery where her voyage 
ended, before payment of the wages, or in cafe me (hall be 
'about to proceed to fea before the end of ten days. 
j That if any feaman, who (kail have fagned a contract to 
perform a voyage, (hall at any port or place,, defert, or (hall 
,abfent himfalf from fuch veiTel without leave of the mafter, 
it ifeall be lawful for any juftice of peace, within the Uni- 
ted States (upon complaint of the matter) to iftue his war- 
rant to apprehend fuch deferter, and bring him before fuch 
juftice, and if it then (hall appear by due proof,, that he lias 
fjgned a contract within the intent and meaning of this act, 
;and that the voyage agreed for is not finUhed, altered, orj 
'the contract otherwifediffolved, and that fuch feaman has 
jdefertedor abfented himfelf without leave, the faid juftice 
Jhall commit him to tlje houfe of correction, or common 
f gaol of the city, town or place, there to remain until faid 
veftel (hall be ready to proceed on her voyage, or till the, 
mailer (hall require his difcharge, and then to be delivered; 
! to faid mafter, he paying all cofts,,and deducting the farr.e,j 
out of faid feaman^s wages. 

| That every veflel belonging to a citizen «f the United] 
States, of the burthen of 150 tons or upwards, navigated! 
, by 10 or more perfons in the whole, and bound on a voyage} 
without the limits of the U.S. (hall be provided with at 
;cheit of medicines, put up by fome apothecary of known! 
'reputation, and accompanied by directions for adminifter4 
ing the fame, and in default of having fuch medicine cheft 
!fo provided, and kept fit for ufe, the mafter of fuch veftel! 
(hall pay for all fuch advice, medicine, or attendance ofj 
phyficians, as any of the crew (hall (land in need of, in' 
cafe of fickneiS, at every port or place where the ve(Telj 
may touch at during the voyage, without any deduction* 
frorti the wages of fuch fick feaman or mariner. 
I Every ve(Tci bound acrofs the Atlantic ocean, to be pro-, 
jvided with 60 gallons of water, icowt. of meat, and ioo< 
wt. of bread, for every perfon on board, and in proportion, 
for (hortcr or longer voyages—on penalty that the mafter 
or owner mall pay to each of the crew one day's wages for 
every day they (hall be put to (hort allowance* 



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>-*—._ ..... ._.. '"HP, 

Treafury Department r September 28, 179a. 

THE following regulations, which have been adopted 
towards carrying into execution the acl:, making pro- 
;' virion for the debt of the United States, are announced for 
the information of the public cieditors. , 

WHEN a transfer is to be made from one perfon to ano- 
[ther, the certificate or certificates of the debt to be tranf- 
ferred^ rm*ft be produced at the proper office, in order that 
the fame may be cancelled, and a new one, or new ones, 
iffue, as the cafe (hall require. 

When a transfer is defired from one office to another, 
application mud in the firft inftance be made to the office, 
where the credit exifls, whereupon the certificate or cer- 
tificates of the debt to be transferred wiH be cancelled, and" 
a fpecial one granted j as a voucher to the Secretary of the 
; Treafury $ upon the production and delivery of which to 
him a warrant will ifTue to the office, to which the debt 
is to be transferred, where the hufinefs will he complet- 
ed^ The form (A) it foot hereof, has been adopted for 
letters of attorney, to make transfers, which, andthedi-j; 
regions for compleating it, it is expected will be careful-' 
ly obferved.. 

j In every cafe of a transfer of the fubferibed or funded: 
debt, the new certificate will bear intereft, only from the! 
firft day of the quarter, in <zvbich the transfer is raade.t 
The unpaid intereft which may have accrued prior to that 
quarter, will be paid only to the perfon, who was ftcck- 
-holderat the time it accrued, or to hisj/^Wtf/aiiignee. 
I Fourt&n days before the expiration of each quarter, the 
1 books of each office will be clofed ; fo that no transfers' 
fwill be made,*nor except at the Treafury, will any fub-{ 
fcriptions be received, or old certificates exchanged for, 
new ones, on the application of non-fubferibers, during^ 
'that period. This, the proper diftribution of the funds, and 
the prefervation of order render indifpenfable. 

On the fubferibed or funded debt, intereft as it becomes' 
due, will be paid without production of the certificates if-l 
fued for the fame. On the unfubferibed debt,.if any there- 
/hall be, the production of the certificates will be neceffaJ 
ry, in order to the receipt of the intereft, and an indorfe-| 
ment of the payment of it upon the certificates. This 

■iwnn iimwbiw 






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^however, in confederation or the rifk and inconvenience; 
of tranfrnilfion, will not be n quired of thofe who hold 
'certificates of the Regifter of the Treafury, and reiide our 
*of the United States. The form (B) at loot hereof, of' 
a letter of attorney for receiving intereft, and the directions 
therewith, it is expected will be carefully purfued. . 

(A) . I 

FORM of a POWER of ATTORNEY, to transfer! 
Stock. 

KNOW ALL MEN by thefe' prefehts, That 
do make, conftitute and appoint true and law-' 

ful Attorney, for and in- name to fell, aflign and; 

transfer the Stock fUnding in 

name in the Rooks of with power alfo an 

Attorney or Attornies under for that purpofe, to make 
and fuhftitute ; and to do ail lawful acts rcquifite for ef- 
fecting-the premife3 ; hereby ratifying and confirming all 
that faid Attorney, or- Substitute or Substitutes fhatf 
fdo therein by virtue thereof. 
IN WITNESS whereof 
nd Seal , the . Day of 
One Thoufand hundred 

Sealed and delivered 7 
in the prefence of 'J 
BE IT KNOWN, that on the Day of 

Thoufand Hundred before me, 

came within named, and acknowledged the 

hove Letter of Attorney to be Aft and Deed. In 

teitimony whereof I have hereunto fet my Hand and 
[the Day and Year laft aforefaid. 

DIRECTIONS. 

IF the Power is to extend to the whole of the Stock, 
[the word * all ' is to be inferted after the word < transfer.' 
if only to part, the particular fum is to be inferted, with 
the addition of the words 4 being part of.* 

If the power is to extend only to a certain fpecies of: 
Stock, it may be exprefltd in the different cafes by infers 
ling in the blank oetween the words * the' and * Stock 1 , the 
words * funded Six per Cent.' (which will designate the 
Stock bearing a prelent lntcreft) or the words, * funded 
•Three per Cent.' (which wiii'defignate the Three perCent.i 



have hereunto fet Hand 
in the Year of our Lord, 



One,- 



<ty 



jck,) or the word * Deferred' (which will designate the 
|)ck bearing Interefl at the end of ten Years) or the wordj 
nfunded * (which wilt defignate the unfubferibed part 
the debt. 

If no power of fubflitution is defired to be given, the 
hole that relates to it, to be omitted j the place of abode, 
id quality of each witnefs, to be written againfl hisnasie, 
The acknowledgment may be taken before any Judge 
f a Court of the United States, or of a Superior Court of 
aw or Equity in any State, or of a County Court, or be- 
ore the Mayor er other Chief Magistrate of any place 5 or 
>cfore a Notary Public. 

In the acknowledgment, if the Seal of a Court, or Cor 
Joration, is to be affixed, the words l caufed to be* may 
>recedethe word < affixed/ the blank immediately follow- 
ng to be filled with a defignation of the Seal ; as, that it 
s the Seal of a certain Court, naming it 5 or the Seal of a 
rertain Corporation, naming it 5 or the Seal of Office of, 
:he party before whom the acknowledgment is taken if he 
lias one ; or if he has none, with the words ■ my Seal. 1 

If there be no public or official Sea! to the acknowledg- 
ment, proof of the execution of the Power mufl be made 
by Oath or Affirmation of one of the Witnefles, to betaken 
before fome perfon duly authorifed at the place where the 
transfer is to be made. 

(B) 

FORMofaPOWER of ATTORNEY, to receive 
Interefl. 
KNOW ALL MEN by thefe prefents : That 
do make, conftitute and appoint true and 

lawful Attorney, for and in name to receive 
the interefl the Stock, (landing in 

narr »e in the Books of with power 

alfo an Attorney or Attornies, under for that purpofe 
to make and fubflitute; and to do all lawful Acts requi- 
fite for effe&ing the Premifes ; hereby ratifying and con- 
firming all that faid Attorney, or Subflitute or 
Subflitutes (hall do therein by virtue hereof. 

IN WITNESS whereof have hereunto fet Hand 
and Seal , the Day of in the Year of our Lord 

One Thoufand Hundred 

Sealed and delivered in prcfence of 



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BE IT KN OWN, that on the ©ay of r -' Or, 

Thoufand Hundred before me 

came within named, anil acknowledged the 

above Letter of Attorney to be A& and Deed 

IN teftimony wheieof I have hereunto fet my Hand and 
the Day and Year laft aforefaid. 

DIRECTIONS. 

IF the Power is to be general, the words « now due, 
or which hereafter grow due upon' are to be inferted after 
the word <intereft.' If not general, the time for, or to 
which the in'cereft is to be received, to be fpscially expref- 
ed after the word l intereft.' 

If no power of fubftitution is defired to be given, the whole 
that relates to it to be omitted. The place of abode, and 
quality of each Witnefs, to be written againft his name. 

The acknowledgment may be taken before any Judge 
of a Court of the United States, or of a Superior Court of 
Law or Equity in any State, cr of a County Court, or be- 
fore the Mayor, or other Chief Magistrate of any place, or 
before a Notary Public. 

In the Acknowledgment, if the Seal of a Court or Cor- 
poration is to be affixed, the words * caufed to be' may 
precede the word 'affixed.* The blank immediately 
following to be filled with a designation of the Seal ^ as 
that it is the Seal of a certain Court, naming it , or the 
Seal of a certain Corporation, naming it ^ or the Seal of 
Office of the Party before whom the Acknowledgment is 
taken, if he has one j or if he has none, With the words 
' my Seal.' 

If there be no public or official Seal to the Acknowledg- 
ment, proof of the execution of the power, muft be made 
by Oath or Affirmation of one of the WitnefTes, to be taken 
before fome Perfon duly authorised, at the Place where 
the transfer is to be made. 



MINT of the United States. 
By a R.efolve of Congrefs, approved March 3, 1791,3 
Mint is to be eftablimed in the United States, and the Pre- 
sident authorized totcaufe to be engaged fuch principal ar- 
tifts as mall be neceffary to carry the fame into efTeft, and 
to ftipulate the terms and the conditions of their fervice, 
and alfo to caufe-to be procured fuch apparatus as mall be 



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gg&momiK+jemzmut <a^w fMy<«i 



Diftrici: of Cohne&tcttt. 

John Chefter, pf Wethersfieid, Supervifor. 
[For Infpetlors and Collectors, fee pag. 20, 21.] 

New Hampshire, Jofliua Wentworth, Supervifor 

Maflachufdlts, Nathaniel Gorham. 

Rhode-Jfland, John S. Dexter. 

Vermont, Nosh Smith. 

Naw-York, William S. Smith. 

New-Jerfey, Aaron Dunham. 

Pennfylvania, George Clymer. 

Delaware, .Andrew Barrett, 

Maryland, George Gale. 

Virginia, Edward Carnngton* 

North- Carolina, William P61k. 

South-Carolina, Daniel Stevens. 

Georgia, John Matthews. 

! All fn&fttrs of veffels, Within 48 hturs after their arrival,) 
'having on board any diftilled f pints brought from any foreign 
*'pJace- } are to report to the Infpeffor of the port, the place from 
:<wh\ch Jbe laft failed, with her name and burthen, and the 
'quantity and kinds of the fata fpir its en board, and the cajhs,\ 
veJJ'eU or cafes containing them, 'with their marks and numbers J 
on pain of forfeiting 500 dollars. 



BANKoi the Unite 
Thomas Willing, 
Eafltrn States, 
Fimer Ames, 
Joleph Barrell, 
George Cabot, 
Jonathan Mafon, jun, 
Jeremiah WadfVorth. 

Neiv-Tork, 
Rufus King, 
John Lawrence, 
Philip Livlngfton, 
Nathaniel Low, 
Herman Le Roy, 
John Watts. 



d States -DIRECTORS. 

of Philadelphia, Prefdmt. 
Pennfylvania* 
Jofeph Anthony, 
Jofeph Ball, 
William Bingham, 
James Cole Fifher, 
Archibald M<Cali, 
John M. Nefbitr, 
Charles Petit, 
Robert Smith, 
Thomas Willing. 

Southern' States* 
Charles Carroll, 
S2muel Johnfon, 
William Smith, 
James M'CIurs:. 



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Officers of the Bank— continued. 
JohnKean, of Georgia, Ca(hier,(falary) 2700 dollars. 
George Sim pfon, 1 ft Teller i 5 co 

Guftan Movers, 2d do. ioco 

William Lawrence, ift Book keeper, 1000 
John Rudd, 2d do. 800 

Philip Enk, Difcount-Cterk, 750 

Edward Stow, jun. AfTrft. Clerk, 600 

Guft. Rubey, Runner, 600 

Not more than three quarters of theDireclors in office, 
whofe number is 25, are to t be eligible for the next fuc- 
ceeding year, except the Direclor who (hall be Prefident, 
who may always be re-elecled. 

THE Bank is to be ftiled The Prefident, Directors and 
Company of the Bank of the United States ; and fo to con- 
tinue till the year 181 1, the capital ftock whereof is not to 
exceed 10,000,000 of dollars, to be divided into 25,000 
/hares, each (hare to be 400 dollars, one quarter part to be 
paid in gold andfilver, at the time of fubferibing, and three 
quarters in 6 per cent certificates, the firft payment to be 
made the iirft Monday in January 1792, in the ratio of 
fpecie to debt, at thedifrance of 6 months from each other. 
If any fubferiber mail, at the time of fubferibing, pay 
the fpecie proportion required, and (hall fait to make any 
of the future payments, he it to forfeit the fum by him firft 
paid, for the ufeof the corporation. 

From an Ordinance agreed on by the ftockhotders^ for the regu- 
lation of the. Bank of the United States. 

THE bank (hall be open for tranfa&ing bufinefs, every 
day in the year (Sundays, Chriftmas, and the fourth 
of July excepted). The books and accounts (hall be kept 
in dollars and cents, and mail be regularly balanced on the 
ift Mondays in January and July, in each year 5 when the 
half-yearly dividend mall be declared and published. 

The bank (hall take charge of the cafh of all thofe who 
chufe it there (free of expence) and (hall keep it fubjc& to 
their order, payable at fight 3 and (hall receive depofits of 
ingots of gold, bars of fllver, wrought plate, or other valu- 
able articles of fmall bulk, in the fame manner, and return 



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"■■■ ■ ■■■ ■ ■ .. ■ ■ » — ■ ■ ■ ■ i i " i I I— BWH— — MWM*W 

^ Ordinance relating to the Bank- — continued. ! 

The bank (hall receive all fpecie coins, according to the 
rates and value that have been or (hall hereafter be eftab- 
li fried by Congrefs. j 

That until offices of difcount and depoftt /hall beeftab* 
lifhed, there (hall be at leaft two difcount days in every 
week, when meetings of the board of directors (hall be 
afiTembled — Difcounts fhall be made at a rate not exceed- 
ing fix per cent, per ann. on notes or bills of exchange 
that have not more than fixty days to run, and with at 
leaft two refponftble names, and under fuch modifications 
as the hoard of directors in their difcretion, (hall deem fat- 
isfaclory and expedient. I 

The president (hall have power to convene the directors 
on fpecial occasions, and with the approbation of the board 
of directors, to affemble and fix the feal of the corporation 
— the friid feal fhall always remain in the cuftody and fafe 
keeping of the Prefident. 

A committee of the board, confiftlng of at leaft three 
members to be elected monthly by ballot, fhall vifit the 
i vaults, in which the cafh and other effects fhall be depofit- 
!ed, at leaft once in every month, and make an inventory 
!of the fame, to be compared with the books, in order to 
.afcertain whether they perfectly agree therewith. 

No notes of the bank fhall be ftruck or figned, or bank 
paper made, but by the direction of the board* 
I In cafe the board of directors fhall at any time make a 
dividend exceeding the profits of the bank and thereby di- 
Wnifh the capital ftock, the members afTenting thereto, 
fhall be liable in their feveral individual capacities for the 
[amount of the furplus fo divided. 

The board of directors fhall, previous to the firft day 
of December in every year, call a general meeting of the 
ftockholders to be aflembled, within three days after each 
annual election. 

The board of directors are authorifed to afcertain and 
determine in what manner the remaining portions of the 
capital ftock, due on the (hares fubfcribed, confifting of 
fpecie and public debt, fhall be paid and received. 

They are alfo authorifed to fix and tftablifh requifite, 
fafe, and convenient forms for transferring bank ftock ; 



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Ordinance relating to the Bank — catitwuej. 
for receiving yearly half dividend* $ for conveying a right 
to proxies to reprefenjt ftock holders at any general meet- 
ing $ for the certificates of capital ftock of the bank : for 
the circulating and poft notes of the bank ; and for the 
oath or affirmation of the officers of the bank, previous to 
their entering on the execution of their refpeclive duties. , 

The board of directors are authorised toeftablima com- 
mon feal, with fuitable devices j to afcertain and mark out 
the various duties and employments of the officers, clerks 
and fervants of the bank, and to direct them accordingly — - 
as well as to determine the amount of fecurities they mall 
refpecYively give for the faithful difcharge of their duties 5 
to affign to the president fuch additional functions, as are 
not already defignated by law— and to re-iflue or renew 
at their difcretion the notes in circulation. 

The directors mall have power to make loans to the go- 
vernment of the United States, or of any ftate, to fuch ex- 
| ten t, and on fuch terms as. they mail deem expedient, not 
contrary to law : provided that a board connfting of not 
lefs than a majority of the whole number of directors ffiaU 
be neceiTary to decide in all fuch cafes. 



CUST OM-HOUSE Off icers. 

For the ft ate of ' Nenv-Hampjfjire. 
Portfmontb. Jofeph "Whipple, colkclor, 

Eleazer Ruffell, naval officer, 
Thomas Martin, furveyor. 
Majfackufttts. 
Newbury -port. Stephen Crcfs, collector, 

Jonathan Titcomb, naval-officer, 
Michael Hodge, furveyor. 
Gloucefter. Eps Sergeant, collector, 

Samuel Whittemore, furveyor. 
Salem & Beverly* Jofiah Hiller, collector, 

William Pickman, naval-officer, 
Bartholomew Putnam, furveyor. 
Beverly. Jorlah Bachelor, furveyor. 
Ipfa'icb. Jeremiah Stanniford, furveyor. 
Mar'.lebead. Richard Harris, collector. 



"Revenue Officers— continued* 



Btfton tc Benjamin Lincoln, colleaor, 
tbarleftoivn. James Lovell, naval-officer, 

Thomas Melvil, furveyor. 
Plymouth. William Watfon, colleaor. 
Barnftahle. Jofeph Otis, colleaor. 
Nantucket & Sherburne. Stephen Huffey, colleaor. 
Edgartcivn. John Peafe, collector. 
N. Bedford. Edward Pope, collector. 
Dighton. Hodijah Bailies, colleclor. 
York. Richard Trevette, colleaor. 

Biddeford &Peppere!borough. Jeremiah Hill, collector. 
Portland. N. F. Fofdick, collector, 

James Lunt, furveyor. 
Bath. William Webb, colleaor, 

Wijcaffet. Francis Cook, colleaor. 
Pembfcot. John Lee, colle&or. 
Frenchman's- Bay. Melatiah Jordan, Colleftor. 
Macbias. Stephen South, colleaor. 
Pajfamaquoddy. L. F. Des la Dennier, colleaor* 

Rbode-IJland. 
Newport. William Ellery, colleaor, 

Robert Crook, naval- officer. 

Daniel Lyman, furveyor. 
Prwidence. Jeremiah Olney, colleaor, 

Ebenezer Thomfon, naval-officer, 

William Barton, furveyor. 
Eaft-Greenixnch. Thomas Arnold, furveyor. 
Warren & Barrington. Nathaniel Phillips, furveyor. 
BriftcL Samuel Bofworth, furveyor, 

Paucatuck-River. George Stillman, furveyor. 
Patuxet. - Zachariah Rhodes, furveyor. 
North-Kingfton. Daniel E. Updike, furveyor. 

Conneclicut. 
Neiv-Lwdon. Jedidiah Huntington, colleaor, 

Nathaniel Richards, furveyor, 
Jonathan Trott, Daniel Richards, Nathaniel Saltonftall 
(Ebenezer Goddard, Peter B; Harris, Ifaac Williams, and 

) Timothy Starr, infpeaors. 
Ebenezer Douglas and Archibald Robertfon, weighers, 
meafurers and gaugers* 



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Revenue Ojficers~tontinued. 
Jonathan Maltbie, commander, and George Houfe, firft 
mate of the Argus, revenue cutter. 

Stonington. Jonathan Palmer, jun. furveyor. 
Middletown. Comfort Sage, furveyor. 
New-Haven. Jonathan Fitch, collector, 

Hezekiah Rogers, furveyor. 
Fairfield. Samuel Smedley, collector. 

New -Tor k. 
New-York* John Lamb, collector, 

Benjamin Walker, naval-officer, 
John Lafher, furveyor. 
Sagg-Harbour. Henry P. Dering, collector. 
City ofHudfon. John Ten Broek, furveyor. 
City of Albany, -f— Bogart, furveyor. 

. New -J erf ey. 
Perth- Amboy. John Halftead, collector. 
Burlington. John Rofs, collector. 

Bridgetown. Eli Elmer, collector; 
Little-Egg-Harbour. Ebenezer Tercher, furveyor, 

Pennjyl*vania. 
Philadelphia. Sharp Dclany, collector, 

Frederick Phile, naval-officer, 
William M'Pherfon, furveyor. 
Delaware. 
Wilmington. George Bufh, collector. 

Maryland. 
Baltimore. Otho H. Williams, collector, 

Robert Purveance, naval-officer, 
Robert Ballard, furveyor. 
Chefler. John Scott, collector. 

Oxford. Jeremiah Banning, collector* 

Vienna. John Muer, collector. 

Snow -Hill. John Gunby, collector. 
Annapolis. John Davidfon, collector. 
Nottingham. George Bifcol, collector. 
Town-Creek. Charles Chilton, furveyor. 
Nanjemay. John Coats Jones, collector. 
St. Mary"s. Robert Chefley, furveyor. 
Georgetown. J. M«Cubhin Lingham, collector. 

Virginia. 
Hampton. Jacob Wray, collector. 



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Revenue Officers — continued* 
at r n str William Lindfay, collector. 
mrpik sc p h iie m on Gatewood, naval officer. 
Port/mouth. D ^ el Bedinger> furveyor . 

Suffolk. .Archibald Richardfon, furveyor. 
Smitbfteld. James Wells, furveyor. 
Bermuda Hundred. William Heth, colle&or. 
or City Point. Chriftoper Roan, furveyor. 

Peterjburgh. John Gibbons, furveyor. 
York-Town. Abraham Archer, collector. 
Weft- Point. John Spotwood Moore, furveyor. 
Rappahannock. Hudfon Mufe, collector, 
Port Royal. George Catlett, furveyor. 
Frederick/bur gb. William Lewis, furveyor. 
Teocomico River. Vincent Redman, collector. 
Dumfres & Newport. Richard Marshall Scott, collector. 
Alexandria. Charles Lee, collector, 

Samuel Hanfon, furveyor. 
Cherryftone. George Savage, collector. 
Soutb-Quay. Thomas Barne, collector. 
Louifville. Peyton Short, collector. 
Richmond. Zechariah Rowland, furveyor. 
Folly-Landing. William Gibbs, collector. 
North-Carolina. 

Wilmington. James Read, collector. 

John Walker, naval-officer. 
Thomafs Caltender, furveyor. 

Newbem. John Davis, collector. 

Beaufort. John Eaiton, furveyor. 

Wajhington. Nathan Keais, collector. 

Edenton. Thomas Benbury, collectors 

Hartford. Jofiah Murdaugh, furveyor. 

Murpbyjborough) Hardy Murphy, furveyor. 

Plymouth. Levi Blunt, furveyor. 

Sbewarkey. Henry Hunter, furveyor. 

Wintcn. William Winna, furveyor, 

Bennets -Creek. John Baker, furveyor. 

Plank-bridge, Sawyer** Creek, lfaac Gregory, collector. 

Noxington. Hugh Knox, furveyor. 

Indian Town. Thomas Williams, furveyor. 

Pafquotank River Bridge. Edmund Sawyer, furveyor. 

Newbiggin Creek. Elias Albertfon, furveyor. 



Revenue Officers— continued, 
Soutb-Car$lina, 
Charkfion, Ifaac Holmes, collector. 
Ifaac Motte, naval-officer., 
Edward Weyman, furveyor.. 
George-Town, John Cogdell, collector. 

Georgia, 
Savannah', John Habafham, collector. 

John Benecin, furveyor. 
Sunhury. Cornelius Collins, collector* 
Brurijw'ick. Chriftopher Hillary, collector. 
By the Impost Act, no vefel not wholly belonging to 
a eitizen or citizens of the United States, is to be admitted- 
to unload in any port or place except the following, viz. 
! Portfmouth in New-Hampfhire.— Bofton,. Salem, New- 
bury-port, Gloucefter, Portland & Falmouth, in Maffachu. 
;fetts. — New -London and New-Haven, in Connecticut.— * 
jNew-York, in New- York.— Perth- Amboy and Burling- 
ton, in New-Jerfey. — Philadelphia, in Pennfylvania— 
[Wilmington, in Delaware.— Baltimore, Annapolis,George 
iTown, Potowmack, in Maryland.— Alexandria, Norfolk,. 
Portfmouth, in Virginia.— Charlefton, George Town* 
Beaufort, in South Carolina.— Savannah and Sunbury, in 
Georgia. — Wilmington, Newbem, Washington and Eden- 
town, in North- Carolina— Newport and Providence, in. 
Rhode-Ifland. 

| Device of the Great Seal ef the United States*. 

ARMS — paleways of thirteen pieces, argent and gules 
A chief, azure. The efcutcheon on the breaft of the- 
* American Eagle difpiayed, proper, holding in his dexten 
! talon an olive branch, and in his finifter a bundle of 13; 
arrows, all proper, and in his beak a fcroll inferibed with* 
this motto, E flunbui Unum. For the Creft, over the head 
Jof the Eagle, which appears above the efcutcheon, a glory,, 
jor, breaking through a cloud, proper, furrounded with 13- 
,ftars, forming a conftellatlon, argent on an azure field. 
[On the Reverfe ; a Pyramid unfinished, in the zenith in. 
the triangle, furrounded with a glory, proper; over the 
f eye, thefe words, Annue Coeptu, On the bale of the pyra- 
mid the letters m, dc c,l xxvi. And underneath, the fol- 
lowing motto Nonjui Ordo Seclorum* 



f 59 > 

■IWUUJU ■ « ■!!■ ■Ill— , i ma . u _ ■■ . „ t 

Governors, &c. in the United States, 



New-Hampfliire, 

Maffachufetts, 

Rhode-Mland, 

Conneclicut, 

New- York,. 

New-Jerfey, 

Pennfylvania* 

Delaware, 

Maryland, 

Virginia, 

North- Carolina* 

South -Carolina, 

Georgia, 

Vermont, 

North of the Ohio,, 

South of the Ohio, 



Jofiah Barclett, 

John Hancock, 

Arthur Fenner, 

Samuel Huntington,, 

George Clinton, 

William Patteifon,, 

Thomas Mifflin, 

Jofh.ua G lay ton, 

John Eager Howard,. 

Henry Lee, 

Alexander Martin* 

Charles Pinckney, 

Edward Telfair, 
Thomas Chittenden, 
Arthur St. Clair,. & Super 
intendant of Indian AffairsJ 
"William Blount, Ditto. 



BritJfh Governors in North- America, &c. 
Quebec and Nova Scotia, Lord Dorchefter, 

Quebec, General A lured Clarke, Lt. Governor. 

Nova-Scotia, John Parr, Lieut. Governor. 
New-Brunfwick, Thomas Carleton, Lieut. Governor* 
St. John's, Edmund Fanning, Lieut. Governor. 

Cape-Breton^ William M*Cormick,Lieut.Governor. 
Newfoundland, Vice Admiral Milbanke, Governor. 
New So. Wales, Arthur Philips, Governor. 
Bermudas, Henry Hamilton,. Governor. 

Bahama Iftands, Earl of Dunmore, Governor. 

Earl of Effingham j Governors 

David Parry, Governor. 

Sir Thomas Shirley, Governor. 

James Poole, Lieut. Governor. 

Major Robert Mathews, Lieut. Gov. 

Charles Selwyn, Lieut. Governor. 

Lt. Gen. James Johnfton, Lt. Cov. 

Lt. Gen. Mathew, Governor.. 

James Seton, Governor, 

Sir John Qrde, Governor. 



Jamaica, 

Barbados, 

Leeward I (lands, 

St. Kitts, 

Antigua, 

Montferrat* 

Nevis, 

Grenada, 

St. Vincents* 

Dominica, 



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appointments of the Frefident of the United 

States, at Foreign Places. 
William Short, Charge des Affairs in France, 
Charles William Frederick Dumas, Cpnful in Holland, 
William Carmichael, Charge des Affaires at Madrid, 
David Humphrys, Minifter at Portugal, 
Jofhua Johnfon, Conful at London, 
bamuel Shaw, Minifter at Canton i» China, 
Thomas Randall, Vice Conful at Ditto, 
John Marfden Pintard, Conful at Madeira, 
— Clarke, Deputy Conful at Ditto, 
Oliver Pollock, Commercial Agent at the Havanr.ah, 
Edward Church, Conful at the port of Bilboa, 
Thomas Auldjo, Vice Conful at the port of Pool, 
Sieur Etinne Catalan, for the port of Marfailles, 
John Parifh, for the port of Hamburg, 
Richard Harrifon, for the port of Cadiz, 
James Maury, for the port of Liverpool, 
William Knox, for the port of Dublin, 
Burrel Carnes, for the port of Nantz, 
John Fenwick, for the port of Bourdeaux, 
Nathaniel Barrett, for the port of Rouen, 
Sylvanus Bourne, for the port of Hifpaniola, 
Fulivar Skipwith, for the port of Martinique, 
John Street, for the ifland of Fayal, 
Ebenezer Bufh, for the port of Surrinam, 
Sieur de la Motte, for the port of Havre, 
James Yard, for the port of Santa Cruz, 
Francifco Chiappe, Agent at Morocco, 
Guifeppo Chiappe, Agent at Mogador. 

Confular appointments by Foreign Powers. 
Appointments by the King of the French. 

Francis de Ternant, Minifter Plenipoteniary. 

Lewis Otto, Secretary to the Legation 

Charles dela Foreft, Vice Conful General. 

John de Crevecceur, Conful for the States of ConnecYi 
cut, New- York, and New-Jerfey. 

Laurent D'Annemous, Conful for the States of Mary- 
land and Virginia. 



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Ctnfular Appointments by Foreign Pewers— continued. 

Peter de Marbois, Conful pro interim, at New- York. 

Andrew Qlfter, Vice Conful for Virginia. 

Philip Petty, Vice Conful for North-Carolina. 

P. Deletombe, LL.D. and Member of the American 

Academy of Arts and Sciences, Conful for the State of 

New-Hampmire, Maflachufetts, and Rhode-I(iand. 

Sal. Tofcan, his Vice-Conful at New-Hamplhire. 

John Jurau, Chancellor, of the Confulate. 

The Conful** Agents are, 

Jonathan Davis, at Wifcaffet, 

Nathaniel F. Fofdick, at Portland, Cafco-Bayi 

Jonathan Titcomb, Newbury-port. 

Jofeph Hiller, at Salem. 

Thomas Lloyd Halfey, at Providence. 

Caleb Gardner, at Newport, Rhode-Ifland. 

N.B. Whereas the eftablirtimentof Confuls is for the bene. 

fit of the trade of both countries, where they refide and 

where they come from, it is not improper to notify the 

American Merchants that it is ufeful and neceflary to 

them to take a paflport from the Conful, or from the A- 

gents refiding in the ports from where the veffels are to } 

fail ; becaufe, in cafe of any accident happening to fueh 

veffel, that pafiport will Jbe the beft recommendation to' 

the public functionary in theiflands. 

The xiiith article of an aft of i he King's Council of State,! 

of December 29, 1787, mentions the following difpofitionjl 

M His Majefty grants to the citizens and inhabitants of the' 

jM United States all advantages which are enjoyed, or which' 

•* may be hereafter enjoyed, by the moil favoured nations 1 

«< in his colonies of America : His Majefty affures to the 

« faid citizens and inhabitants of the United States all the 

<* privileges and advantages which his own fubjecls enjoy,' 

tf or fhall enjoy, in Afia, and in the feas leading thereto J 

« Provided afovays, That their veffels /hall have been fitted] 

f* out and difpatched in fome parts of the United States. '* 

It is neceffary that all papers fent to France or to any 
parts of the French dominions, which are authen- 
ticated by any civil or military American Officer, 
ffiould be prefented to the Conful to certify the figna-, 
ture of the faid officer or officers. i 

■JM^mi n;^ ' .,,:.., " " " ~ urn ■'" ■*— - — — «»J 



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i From Holland, or die United Netherlands 
Francis Van Berckel, Rendent. 
Diederick Leertouver, Conful for MaiTachufetts, and New- 

Hampfhire. 
Harmon Le Roy, for New- York and New-Jerfey. 
Jan Hendrick Chriftian Heincker, conful for the dates of* 

Pennfylvania and Delaware, 
i Adafen Valek, conful for Maryland and Virginia. 
!jan Boonen -Graves, conful for North- Carolina, South 
Carolina, and Georgia. 

From his mofl Catholic Majefly. 
Jofeph Ignafio de Vica, Charge des Affaires. 
1 jofeph de Jaudenes, CommifTioner & Charge des Affaires, 

From his Swedifh Majefty. 
Richard Soderftrom, conful for MarTachufetts. 
Charles Hellftedt, conful for Pennfyivania. 

From the Queen ^Portugal. 
Ignatius Palyait, conful general. 
Richard Codman, vice oor+fui for MarTachufetts. 
James Barry, vice conful for Maryland and Virginia. 
) From his Britain Majefly. 

Sir John Temple, conful general throughout America. 
George Hammond, plenipotentiary. 

j Thomas McDonougb, conful for MaiTachufetts, New- 
! Hampshire, Rhode- Ifland, and Connecticut. 

Phineas Bond, conful for New-York, New-Jerfey, Penn- 
fyivania, Delaware a?nd Maryland. 
Tohn Hamilton, conful for Virginia, 
•George Miller, conful for North-Carolina, South-Carolina, 
and Georgia. 

From Genoa. 
M. Ravara, Conful for the United States. 
I ?be Jurifdi&'wn of Conjuls and Vice Confuls from tbe\ 
ill nit cd States of America, extend to all Places ivith'in the fame\ 
Allegiance, <wbicb are nearer to them than to (be refidence of 
any other Conful or Vxe Conful, 

[A Plenipotentiary, from the. United States, is not to h, 
allowed. a greater fum than 9000 dollars fer annum, a Charg< 
of Affairs, net more than 4500 dellars, and 1350 dollars t< 
the Secretary of any Emhqffy.'] 



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European Kings, Emperors, <krc. 

LEWIS XVI. Kin^of the French Nation; born Aug. 
23, 1754, married to Maria Antonietta, the Emperor 
of (Jermany's frfter j (he was born- Nov, 2, 1755. 

William, Prince of Orange, Stadtholder of Holland, 
bom March 19, 1748 married Frerlerica Sophia Wilhei- 
mina, frfter to the King of Pruffia, born Aug. 7, 17 s i- 
! Charles IV. King of Spain, born Nov. 11, 174s,- fuc- 
Jceeded his father, Charles 3d. in Dec. 17S8, and married 
thePrincefs Louifa of Payma,born Dec, 9, 1751. 
I Guftavus, King of Sweden, born Jan. 24, 1746, marri-'t: 
ed the Princefs Sophia Magdajene of Denmark, who was]" 
born July 3, 1746. 

! George III. King; of Great Britain, 2nd Ele&or of Han- 
over, born June 4, 1738, fucceeded his Grandfather, Geo. 
II. October 25, 1760, married the Princefs Charlotte, of 
t , Mecklenburg Strelitz, who was born May 16, 1744. 

Maria Frances I fabella, Queen of Portugal, born Dec* 17, 

ill 7 34, and was married to the late King, her Uncle. j 

(| Leopold II. Emperor of Germany, born May 5, 1747, 

l married Maria Louifa, Infanta of Spain, who was born: 

November 24, 1745. 

I Chriftian VII; King of Denmark andNorway, born Jan. 
29, 1749, ne married his late Queen, Caroline Matilda, 
of England, Nov. 8, 1766. "*" 

Frederick William, King of Prufiia, and Eie&or of Sax-] 
ony, born Sept. 25, 1744, his firft confort was Elizabeth 
Ulrica, of Brunfwick Wolfenbuttle ; his fecond confort is 
Frederica Louifa, of Heffe Darmftadt. 
j Staniflaus Auguftus (formerly Count Poniatowfki) King 
of Poland, born Jan, 17, 1732. 

! Catharine II. Emprefs of Rufiia, born May 2, 1729, fhe 
was daughter of Chriftian Auguftus, Prince of Anhault- 1 , 
Derbft ; and attended the throne July 9, 1762, upon the 
deposition of her own hufband, Peter III. j 

Se.'im III. Grand Signior of Turkey, born in 1761, and 
enthroned April 7, 1789. \ 

j Victor Amadeus-Marie, King of Sardinia, born June 
#6, 1726, and was married to the late Maria-Antonietta- j 
Frederica, fifter to the Emperor of Germany. 

Pope Pius VI. born Dec. 27,1717, eltcled Feb. 15, 1775. ] 1 
: - dinacd IV. King of Naples & Sicilly, bom Jan. 12,1751. i| 



"** MIM 



Members of the Conneftlcut Society for the promotion of Free' 
dom y and for the relief of Perjont unlawfully helden in 
Bondage, 

Cbejhire. 
Rev. John Foot, 
Doa. Elnathan Beach, 
Mr. William Law, 
Mr. David Brooks, 
John Peck, tfq . 
Mr. Andrew Hull, 
Mr. Andrew Hull, jun. 

Branford. 
Rev. Jafon Atwater, 
Rev. Samuel Bells, 
Rev. Matthew Noyes, 
Mr. Reuben Rofe, 
Mr. Eleazer Stent. 

Wallingford. 
Doct. Jared Potter, 
Oliver Stanly, tfq. 
Caleb Cooke, efq» 

Guilford, 
Rev. Thomas W. Bray, 
Auguftus Collins, efq. 

North -Haven. 
Rev. Benja. Trumbull. 

Waterbury. 
Rev. Abraham Fowler. 

Derby, 
Rev. Martin Tu ller. 
County of Hartford, 
Hartford. 
Rev. Nathan Strong, 
Rev. Abel Flint, 
Rev. Nathan Perkins, 
John Trumbull, efq. 
Doa. Lemuel Hopkins, 
Chauncey Goodrich, efq. 
Noah Webfter, efq. 
Enoch Perkins, efq. 
Theodore Dwight, efq. 
Thomas Y.Seymour, efq 



County of New- Haven. 

New -Haven. 
Rev. Doa. Stiles, 
Rev. Doa. Dana, 
Rev. Doc^. Edwards, 
Rev. Doa. Wales, 
Rev. Bela Hubbard, 
David Auftin, efq. 
Samuel Bifhop, efq. 
Timothy Jones, efq. 
Henry Dagget, efq. 
Stephen Ball, efq. 
Pierpont Edwards, efq. 
Jona. Ingerfcll, efq. 
Mark Leavenworth, efq. 
Elizur Goodrich, .efq. 
David Dagget, efq. 
Simeon Baldwin, efq, 
John Goodrich, efq. 
Williarri Lyon, efq. 
Thomas Howell, tfq, K 
Ifaac Beers, efq. 
Mefli. Abel Burnt, 
Elijah Auftin, 
Thaddeus Beeeher, 
John Auftin, 
Hezekiah Sabin, 
Jofeph Howell, 
Thomas Green, 
Jeremiah Atwater, 
Silas Kimbetly, 
Jared Mansfield, 
Doa, Eneas Mun'fon, 
Doa. EbenezerBeardfley, 
Doa. Levi Ives, 
EbenV Fitch, Tut. Y, C. 
Barnabas BidwelJ, do. 
Amos Baffett, do. 
William Brown. 



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Farmington. 


Prcfion. 


Rev. Rufus Hawley, 


Rev. Levi Hart, 


Rev. Allen Alcort, 


Rev. Lemuel Tyler, 


William Judd, efq. 


Benjamin Coit, efq. 


Samuel Richards, jun. 


Gen. Samuel Mott, 


Major Roger Hooker, 


Jeremiah Halfey, efq. 


Cape. Sol. Coles, jun. 


Stonington. 


Berlin. 


Rev. Hez. N. Woodruff, 


Rev. Benoni Upfon> 


Col. Jonathan Palmer. ! 


Rev. Nathan Fenn, 


Bozrab . 


Rev. John Smally, 


Rev. Jonathan Murdock, 


Col. Gad Stanly. 


Nehemi. Waterman, efq.. 


JVindfon 


Franklin. 


Hon. Roger Newberry, 


Rev., Samuel Nott, 


Hezekiah Biflell, efq. 


Eli Hyde, efq. 


Rev. Theodore Hinfdale. 


i Lijbon. 


Glafienbury . 


Rev. David Hale* 


Jonathan Brace, efq. 
! Mr. John Welles, 




County of Fairfield* 


Mr. George Welles. 


Fairfield. 


Soutbington. 


Rev. Andrew Elliot, 


Rev. William Robinfon. 


Rev. JD0&. Dwight, 


,— 


Rev. Hezekiah Ripley. 


County of New-London. 


Andrew Rowland, efq. 


New -London, 


Huntington* 


Rev. Henry Channing, 


Rev. Elifha Rexford. 


Jomua Coit, efq. 


Stratford, 


Norwich. 


Rev. Step. W. Stebbins. 


j Rev. Jofeph Strong, 


Greennoicb. 


Rev. Walter King, 


Rev. Ifaac Lewis. 


Chriftop. Leffingwdl,efq. 


Ridgefield. 


Elifha Hyde, efq. 


Timothy Keeler, efq. 


Benj. Huntington,ju.efq. 


Neno>- Faifield . 


Jonathan Frifby, efq. 


Rev. Medad Rogers, 


Doc*t. Theophilus Rogers, 


Do&. James Potter, 


Maj. Jofeph Williams, 


Col. Nehem. Beardfley, 


Mefli. Aaron Cleveland, 


Dan Towner. 


Uriah Tracy, 


. D anbury. 


William Leffingwell, 


Ifaac Ives, efq. 


John Backus. 


, Nor no a Ik. 


„,. 


Rev. Juftus Mitchel. 



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County of Windham, 

Windham. 
Jlev. Dr. Janits Cogfwell, 
Zephaniah Swift, efcf, 
Hezekiah Ripley, efq. 
Shubael Abbee, efq. 
jab ez Clark, efq. 

Ltbamn. 
Rev. Timothy Stone, 
Rev. Thomas Brockway, 
Rev. Zebu Ion Ely. 

Plainfield. 
Rev. Joel Benedict, 
James Gordon, efq. 
John Douglafs, efq. 
Elifha^Perkins, efq. 

Carterbvry. 
Rev» Solomon Morgan, 
Mofes Cleveland, efq. 
Elima Paine, efq. 
Mr* John Adams. 

Mansfield* 
Rev. Mofes C. Welch,- 
Confta. Southworth,efq. 

• Vo!untown. 
Rev. Micaiah Porter, 

Afhford. 

Rev. Enoch Pond, 
Rev. William Sterrs. 

County of Litchfield. 

Litchfield. 
Rev. Juc&h Champion, 
Tapping Reeve, efq. 
James Morris, efq. 
John Allen, efq. 
Rev. Amos Chafe. 

Bet hi em. 
Rev. Azel Backus, 
Docl. David Bellamy. 



iVatiYCcivn. \ 

Rev.. Simeon Waterman, 
Rev. Uriel Grerfly, 
Col. David Smith. 

Norfolk. 

Rev. AmmtR. Robbins. 

Canaan. 
Rev. Daniel farrand. 
Nathan Hale, efq. 

Sharcn. 
Rev. Cotton M. Smith. 

Wood bury. 
Rev. Noah Benedict. 

Scuthbury. 
Rev; Benjamin Wildman, 

WafrAr.gton. 
Rev. Noah Merwin, 
Mr. Peter Sherman. 

Farmingbury. 
Rev. Alexander Gillet*. 

New Hartford* 
Col. Aaron AufUn. 

Cornwall. 
Hon. Hem an Swiff, 
Gen. John Sedgwick. 

New-Milfird. 
Sherman Boardman, efq. 
Daniel Everitt, efq. 
Col, Elizur Warner. 

Rer. Samuel J. Milk, 
Mr. William Battle. 

County ot Middle fsx. 
Middletow*. 
Afhtr Miller, efq. 
Stephen T. Hofrner, efq. 
Samuel W. Dana, efq. i 
Matthew T. Rutfel, efq.,,' 

Haddam. 
Rev. Eleazar May, 
Edward Selden, efq. 

— - : ' -- — r~~ ~**\ 



E aft -IT ad dan. 
Rev. Elijah Parfons, 
Rev. William Lyman, 
Rev. Jofeph Vail, 
Jona, O. Mofeley, efq. 

Chatham. 
Rev. Cyprian Strong. 

Say Brook. 
Rev. Fred. W. Hotchkifs, 



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County of Tolland. 
Tolland. 
Rev. Nathan Williams, 
Col. Sol. Wills. 

Stutters, 
Rev. Charles Backus, 
Reuben Sykes, efq. 



Bo/ti 
Rev. George Colton, 
Capt. Saul Alverd. 

Hebron. 
Sylvefter Gilbert, ffq 
Col. Joel Jones, 
Mr. Joel Jones, jun. 
v N . B . The place cfrefidence 
of the fol hiving pcrjons is 
not knoion. 
Mr. Paul Yates, 
Mr. John Lathrqp, 
Dr. David Sutton, 
Col. Howel Woodbridge, 
Abel *Vme, efq. 
Capt. John Howel Wells, 
Mr. Roger Tuller. 



By the Constitution of the above Society, they are to, 
meet four times in a year, at fuch time and place as a 
majority mafr-a^point. 

At a Meeting holden at New-Haven, on the 9th of SeptJ 
1790, it -was 

Voted, That the members of this Fociety in the feveral 
towns to which they refpedHvely belong, do by themfelves 
or a committee of their choke, enroll the names, ages and 
poffeflbrs of fuch perfons as have been born ft nee the jfV 
of March, 1784, and who by law will be entitled to their 
reedom at the age of 25 years 5 to examine whether the' 
births of fuch perfons have been recorded according to ! 
law — to enquire whether any perfons are illegally holden 
in bondage — alfo whether the other laws of State relative 
to the gradual abolition of flavery are duly obferved— and! 
to look into the character and conduct of free Negroes} 
and Mulattoes with refpeft to morality, induftry and 
joeconomy, and report to the fociety, or their branding 
committee. 

Committee of 'Correspondence . 

IEIizur Goodrich, efq.— Mark Leavenworth, efq.— Dr. 
Ebenezer Beardfley— Capt. William Lyon — Dr. Jared Pot- 
— -Simeon Baldwin, efq. 



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Governme nt cf the U NITED STATES. 

GEORG E WASHIN GTON, 

President of the United States, 

Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy thereof, 

TOBIAS LEAR, Secretary to the Prefident. 

JOHN ADA M S, Vice-President, 
and Prefident of the Senate. 

MEMBERS or the SECOND CONGRESS, 
SENATE. 



New -H amp/hire. 
+ Hon. John Langdon, 

* Paine Wingater 

Maffacbujetts. 

* Caleb Strong, 
} George Cabot. 

Rhode- Ijland, 
% Theodore Fofter, 

* Jofeph Stanton, jum 

Connecticut. 
% Oliver Ellfworth, 
•f Roger Sherman. 

New- TTork* 
f Rufus King, 
J Aaron Burr. 

New-Jerfey, 

* Philemon Dickinfon, 
X John Rutherford. 

Pennfyl'vania, 
f Robert Morris, 



Delaware. 
*Hon. Richard Baflett, 
X George Read. 
Maryland, 
■f* John Henry, 
X Charles Carroll. 
Virginia. 

* Richard Henry Lee, 
X James Munroe. 

North - Carolina . 

* Samuel Johnfton, 

f Benjamin Hawkins. 
South Carolina. 

* Pierce Butler, 
f Ralph Izard. 

Georgia . 

* William Few, 
f James Gunn. 

Vermont, 
Mofes Robinfon, 



Stephen R. Bradley. 

Samuel A. Otis, Secretary— his falary 1500 dols. per ann 

and two dollars per day during the fitting of Congrefs. 

Robert Hyfliam, and ■ Otis, jun. Clerks. 

Right Rev. Bifliop White, Chaplain. 

James Mathers, Door-keeper. 

Cornelius Maxwell, MerTenger. 

John Fenno, Printer. 

Thofe Gentlemen marked* , are tojerve zyca rSi thifewitbf, 

4 years, and thofe w it i>J,6 years , from the time f their eleclion. 



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nuUSE OF REPRESE NTATIVES. 
Hon. Jon at han Trumbull, opeak:;r, i2dols. pr. day. 



Neiu-Hiimpp'irc. 
Hon. Samuel Liver-more, 
Nicholas Gilman, 
*Jeremiah Smith. 
Mjjjacbufctts* 
Fimsr Ames, 
Elbridge Gerry, 
Benjamin Goodhue, 
Theodore Sedgwick, 
George Thatcher, 
♦Artenrm Ward, 
*Sherjafhub Bourne. 

Rhode- JjlunJ, 
B en j a m i n Bo u ma. 

Cannt&icut. 
Jonathan Trumbull, 
Jeremiah Wadf worth, 
♦James A. Kiiihoufe, 
Jonathan Sturges, 
♦Amafa Learned. 

N^V-York. 

John Lawrance, 
Egbert Benfon, 
Peter Sylvefter, 
♦James Gordon, 

* Thomas Trcadwell, 
♦Corne. C. Schoonmaker. 

Neiv-Jerfty. 

* Abraham Clark, 
*Jonathan Dayton, 
Elias Boudinot, 

* Aaron Kitcheil, 

Ve.nnjylvania. 
F. A. Muhlenberg, 
Thomas Fitzumons, 
Daniel Heifter, 
*Ifrael Jacobs, 
*Jona. Wilkes Kittera, 
Thomas Hartley, 
♦William Findley. 
Thojeioith this * mark ivere not members of the firjl Congrefs. 



Delaiua> 
Hon. John Vining. 
Maryland. 
Jofhua Seney, 

* Samuel Sterret, 

* Upton Sheredine, 
♦Philip Key, 
♦William Vans Murray. 

Virginia. 
John Brown, 
William B. Giles, 
Samuel Griffir, 
Richard Bland Lee, 
James Madifon, 
Andrew Moore, 
John Page, 
Alexander White, 
Jofiah Parker, 
♦Abraham Venable. 

North-Carolina, 
John Eaptift Ame, 
John Steele, 
HughWiJliamfon, 
♦William Barry Groves, 
♦Nathaniel Macon. 

South-Carolina. 
Daniel Huger, 
William Smith, 
Thomas Sumpter, 
Thomas Tudor Tucker, 
♦Robert Barnewdl. 

Georgia. 
Abraham Bald win, 
♦Francis Willis, 
Anthony Wayne. 

Vermont. 
♦Nathaniel Niles, 
♦Ifrael Smith. 
Kentucky , comes into the 
Union ia June, 1792. 



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John Btckley, Clerk to the Koufe. 

Charles Webb, and , Clerks in the Clerk's Office. 

Rev. Dr. Blair, Chaplain. 

Jofeph Wheaton, Serjeant at Arms. 

G. Dally, Door-keeper, T. Claxton, Meflenger. 

Meffi, Childs and Swaine, Printers. 



Executive Departme?it of the United States, 

DEPARTMENT of STATE. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON, Secretary of State 

Henry Remfen, jun. Chief Clerk. 

George Taylor, jan. Jacob Blackwell, William Lambert, 

and Philip Frenau, Clerks. 

Sampfon Crofby, Door-keeper and Meflenger. 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Alexander Hamilton, Secretary of the Treafury 

Tench Coxe, Affiftant. 

John Meyer, A. G. Fraunces, Henry Kuhl, — 

, Clerks. 

Frederick Bowman, Office- keeper and Meflenger. 

COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE. 

Oliver WoLcoTT,jun. Comptroller. 

Jofeph Hardy, firft Clerk. 

John Wood fide, Gervas Hall, and — Brodie, Clerks. 

AUDITOR'S OFFICE. 
William Smith, Auditor. 
William Simmons, firft Clerk. 
George Nlxen, Doyle Sweeny, Gulian M'Evers, James 
Burnfide, James Bogert, R. Underwood,William Black, 
burn, Daniel Hopkins, Ezekiel Freeman, Benjamin 
Strong, Clement C; Brown, Clerks. 

J. Bowman, Office-keeper and Meflenger. 

REGISTER'S OFFICE. 

Joseph Noup.se, Regifter. 

Jofeph Stretch, Clerk of the Transfers. 

barman Stout, George Walker, Gabriel Nourfe,' Jofhu a 

Dawfon, John Woodward, and William Hill, Clerks 

I TREASURER'S OFFICE. 

Samuel Meredith, Treafurer. 
I John Thompfon, Chief Clerk. 



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OFFICE for fettling Accounts between the United and Indi- 
vidual States. 
William Irvine, Woodbury Langdon, and John Kean, 
Commiffioners. 
Patrick Ferrall, Chief Clerk. 
Anthony Erneft, John Crawford, Griffith Evans, and 
John Lockwood, Clerks. 
George Faber, Office keeper and MerTenger. 

COMMISSIONERS of LOANS in the United 
States. , 

New Uampfhire, Nathaniel Gilman, 

Majfachufetts, Nathaniel Appleton, 

Rhod^r IJlandy Jahez Bovven, 

Connecticut, William Imlay, 

New-Tork, John Cochran, 

Neiv-Jerfry, James Ewing, 

Pennfy'winia, Thomas Smith, 

Delaware, James Tilton, 

Maryland, Thomas Harwood, 

Virginia, John Hopkins, 

Nontb -Carolina, William Skinner, 

South -Carolina, John de Neufviile, 

Georgia, Richard Wylley. 



Judiciary of the Un ited States. 

John Jay, Chief Juftice. 
William Cuming, James Wilfon, John Blair, James Ire- 
dell, and Thomas Johnfon, Affociate Juftices* 

Edmund Randolph, Attorney-General. 

Samuel Bayard, Clerk of the Supreme Court. 

New-Hamppire Diftricl. 

John Sullivan, Judge. Samuel Sherburne, jun. Attorney, 

John Parker, Marfhal. 

Majfacbufetts DiftricJ. 

John Lowell, Judge. Chriftopher Gore, Attorney. John 

Brooks, Marfhal. 

Maine Diftrift. 

David Sewell, Judge. William Lithgow, jun. Attorney. 

Henry Dearbourn, Marfhal. 



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yudiciaty Department — continued* 

Vermont DifiriB. 
Nathaniel Chipman, Judge. Stephen Jacobs, Attorney. 
Lewis R. Morris, Marfhal. 
Rhode- Jfiand DifiriB. 
Henry Marchant, Judge. VViiliam Channing, Attorney. 
William Peck, Marfhal. 
Connecticut DifiriB. 
Richard Law, Judge. Pierpont Edwards, Attorney. Phi- 
lip. B. Bradley, Marfhal. Mark Leavenworth, Clerk. 
New-York DifiriB. 
James Du^ne, Judge. Richard Harrifon, Attorney. 
Matthew Ciarkfon, Marfhal. Robert Troup, Clerk. ' 
New-Jerfey DifiriB. 
.Robert Morris, Judge. Abraham Ogden, Attorney. 
Thomas Lowry, Marfhal. \ 

FennJyhantOf DifiriB. ! 

William Lewis, Judge. William Rawle, Attorney. Cle- 
ment Biddle, Marfhal. 
Delaware DifiriB. 
Gunning Bedford, Judge, George Reed, jun. Attorney. 
Allan M'Lean, Marfhal. 
Maryland DifiriB. 
William Paca, Judge. Richard Potts, Attorney. Na- 
thaniel Ramfay, Marfhal. 
Virginia DifiriB. 
Cyrus Griffin, Judge. William Nelfon, Attorney. j 
David Mead Randolph, Marfhal. 

Kentucky DifiriB. I 

Harry Innis, Judge. James Brown, Attorney. Samuel 
M'Dowal, jun. Marfhal. I 

Nertb- Carolina DifiriB. 

John Sitgreaves, judge. William Hill, Attorney. John 
Skinner, Marfhal. i 

South -Carolina DifiriB, 
Thomas Bee, Judge. John Julius Pringle, Attorney. 
Ifaac Hugcr, Marfhal. r 

Georgia DifiriB. 
.Nathaniel Pendleton, Judge. Matihew M'Allifter, At- 
torney. Robert Fcrfyth, Marfhal. 



f " 1 

FEDE RAL CO URTS. 

SUPREME COURT. 

AT the Seat of Government, the firft Mondays of Fe- 
bruary and Auguft. 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 

Eastern Circuit .—In New-Hampjbirt, at Portf- 
mouth and Exeter alternately, 20th days of May and Nov. 
—In Maflachujetts? atBorton, 3d days of May and Nov.— ■ 
•In Rhode-lfand, alternately at Newport and Providence, 
jon the 4th days of June and Dec. — In Connecticut, alternate 
By at New- Haven and Hai tford, 22d days of April and 0£ 
—In Neiv-Tork, alternately at New -York and Albany, 5th 
*days of April and O&. 

Middle Circuit. — In New -J erf ey, at Trenton, 2d 
days of April and Oft. — InPennfylvania, alternately at Phi 
ladelphia and York-Town, nth days of April and Oct.— 
In Delaware, alternately at Newcaftle and Dover, on the. 
27th days of April and October. In Maryland, alternately 
at Annapolis and Eafton, 7th days of Ma> and Nov — In 
Virginia, at Richmond on the 22d days of May and Nov. 

Southern Circuit.— In North -Carolina, at New- 
jbern, 18th day of June, and 8th day of Nov. — In South- 
Carolina, alternately, at Columbia and Charlefton, T2th day 
of May, and 25th day of 6&. — l-n Georgia f alternately at 
Savannah and Augufta, 2 5th day of April, and 15th of Oct | 
\JVhen any of /aid days happen on Sunday, the Court is to begin 
next day.] . DISTRICT COURTS. 
j In the diftritt of Main, at Portland and Pownalborough 
^alternately ift Tuefday of March, June, Sept. and Dec— 
Neio-Hampfiire, alternately at Exeter and Porlfmouth, 3d 
Tuefdays of March, June, Sept. and Dtc—Majachtfetts, 
alternately at Bofton and Salem, ift Tuefday s of March, 
June, Sept. and Dec — Rhode- IJland, alternately at New- 
port and Providence, ift Mondays of Feb. May, Aug. and 
Nov. — Ctmuclicut, alternately at Hartford and New-Haven. 
3d Tuefdays of Feb. May, Aug. and Nov.— New-York, at 
New- York, ift Tuefdays of Feb. May, Aug. and Nov.— 
Nenv-Jerfey, alternately atNew-Brunfwick and Burlington, 
ift Tuefdays of Feb. May, Aug. and Nov. — Pennfylvania. 
at Philadelphia, 2d Tuefdays of Feb. May, Aug. and Nov 
—Delaware, alternately at New Caftle and Dover, 4^ 



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I Federal teurts-^cowfinued, 

Tuefdays of Feb. May, -Aug*- and Nov. — Maryland, alter- 
nately at Baltimore and Eafton, ift Tuefdays of March, 
June, Sept. and Dec.' — Virginia, alternately at Richmond 
and Williamfburgh, 3d Tuefdays of March, June, Sept- 
and. Dec — Kentucky, at Harrodfburgh, 3d Tuefdays of 
March, June, Sept and Dec— .North Carolina, at New- 
Ibe'rn, 1 ft Mondays of Jan. April, July and Ocl. — South 
Carolina, at Chariefton, 3d Mondays in March and Sept 
fift Menc-tey in July, and 2d Mondays in Dec. — Georgia, ah 
'ternately at Savannah and Augufta,-ad Tuefdays ot March, 
June, Sept. and Dec. 

■Note* Exclufive of the abeve Courts, the Diftritl Jitdgts 
have Power to bold Special Courts in their rejfeclifve 
Diflri&s, at their Difcretion, * 

DXPjtRTMENT'of WAR. 

Henry Knox, Secretary, 

John Staggy jun. Chief Clerk. 

R. J. Van den Broek, Conftant Freeman, Benjamin 

Bankfon, and Philip Auriibert^ Clerks. 

. Military Efiablijhmait of -the' United Statu* 

General ARTHUR ST. CLAIR. 

Major- General Butler, 

Brigadier- General Harmar, 

Samuel Hodefon, Quarter mailer. 

John Hurt, Chaplain. 

F I R S T R E G I ME NT T. 

I Majors of Jrfantry. 

John F. Hamtramck", David Ztiglar, and R. Call. 

Captains of In fanny 



Bainrd Smith, 
Joieph Motitford, 
David Strong, 
John Smith, 
Jofeph Afhton, 



Alexander Trueman, 
Michael Rudolph, 
Thomas Doyle, 
John Armtfrong, 
John Pratt, 
William Kerfey. 



Erkurie* Beatty, 

Lieuitnanls of Infantry. 
Mark M'Pherfon, [ Jacob Kingfbury, 

William Peters, { Ebeneser D«nny, 



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Thomas Paiieur, 
Thomas Morris, 
Cornelius Sadam, 
John jef&rs 



Francis Lufe, 
Nathan M'DoweU, 
John Morgan, 
Eiik'id Polk, 
James Clay, 
Richard Archer, 
Daniel Britt, 



Enfigns of I nf an fry 



Abner Pryar, 
A fa Hartftio ne, 
Robert Thorn pfon^ 
Jacob fljelcher. 



Hamilton Armftrong, 

Bartholomew Shomburg 

Bernard Gaines, 

John Wade, 

Rote Bird, 

William H. Harrifon, 

Kaftings Mark. 



Richard AiHfon, Surgeon. 
John Elliot, J. Scot, and Abimel. NicolJ, Mates. 

SECOND REGIMENT, 

Ja-me* Wilkinfon, Lieutenant- Colonel Commandant. 

Majors of Infantry. 

Lemuel Trefcott, John Burnham, and J. Hart. 



Robert Kirkwood, 
Thomas Hunt, 
John Mills, 
Richard B. Roberts, 
John H. Buell, 
Jonathan Cafs 



Bezaleel Howe, 
Daniel Bradley, 
John Piatt, 
Richaid S. Howe, 
Richard H. Greaton, 
Winflow Warren, 



Lieutenants of Infantry. 



Patrick- Ptfclon, 
Thomas C. Cuihing, 
Jofeph Shaylor, 
Samuel Newman, 
Thomas Hughes, 
fohn Hafkeil. 



Ruffel BiiTell, 
Martin Brimmer Sohier 
John Heth, 
Cornelius Lyman, 
Jofeph Dickinibn, 
Edward Miller. 



Enjigns of Infantry. 
Edward Miller, John Tillinghaft, 

John Thompfon, Daniel Tilton, jun. 

David Cobb, Samuel Andrews, 

Thomas Duff, John Bird, 

Edward Turner, John Sullivan, jun. 

Theodore Sedgwick, 3d. 

William Euftis, Surgeon. 
Jofhua Sumner, and J. F. Carrnichael, Mates: 



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William Fergufon, Major. Commandant Artillery 

Cap aim of Artillery* 
Henry Burbeck, j James Bradford, 

Jofeph Savage,, | Mahlon Ford. 

Lieutenants of Artillery 



John Pierce, 
Mofes Porter, 
Dirck Schuyler, 
Edward Spear, 

Nathaniel Heyward 



Daniel M'Lane, 
Abimael Y. Niche!!, 
George Ingerfoli, 
Staats Morris. 
Surgeon^ mate. 



Francis Mentges, one ot the Miiitia Infpeclors of the 
United States. 

Lift <?/Poft Mafters %n the Port Roads, 

From Cafco Bay to Philadelphia. 

Timothy Pickering, PoiV Matter General. 
Jonathan Burrill, Affiftant. 

Deputy Post-Masters. 

Lower Poft Road frctm New- London to Bofton. 

Timothy Green, at New-London, Connecticut* 
Samuel HeJme, Tower Hill, Rhode-Ifland. 
Gideon Mumford, Eaft Greenwich, ditto. 
Jacob Richardfon, Newport, ditto. 
John Carter, Providence, ditto. 
Jonathan Haftings, Bofton, MafTachufetts. 
Mafcol Williams, Salem, ditto. 
Daniel Noyes, Ipfwich, ditto. 
Bulkley Emerfon, Ntwbury-Port, dittos 
Jeremiah Libbey, Portfmouth, New- Hampshire. 
Samuel Freeman, Portland, Cafco-Bay, MafTachufetts. 
Ebene.zer Whittier, Wifcsflet, ditto. 
On the Middle Road. 
William Leffingwell, Norwich, Connecticut. 
Upper Road from Bcfton to Philadelphia. 
Ifaiah Thomas, W orcefter, MaiTachufetts. 
Mofes Church, Springfield, ditto. 
Thomas Hildrup, Hariford, Connecticut. 
Ettas Beers, New Haven, ditto. 
Ihaddeus Burr, Fairfield, ditto. 



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Poji-Majiers—avlinutd* 
Robert Walker, Stratford, Connecticut. 
Ebtntzer Weed, Stanford, ditto. 
Sebaftian Ba-uman, New-Yoik. 
John Burnett, Newark, New-Jerfey. 
Samuel Smith, Elizabeth- Town, ditto* 
Robert Hurie, New-Brunfwick, ditto- 
John Harrifon, Princeton, ditto. 
John Singer, Trenton, ditto. 
Chares Beflbner, Briftol, Pennfylvan'a. 
Robert Patton, Philadelphia. 
Jacob Broome, Wilmington, Delaware. 

Articles of Contrail with the Poft-Riders. 

THE Mail fhall be conveyed three times a week from 
the firft of May to the firft of November, and twice 
a week from the firft of November to the firft of May, 
jfrom Portland, in Maflachufetts, to Suffolk, in Virginia t 
J And from Suffolk to Savannah, in Georgia, twice a week, 
.from the firft of May to the firft of November, and once 
a week from the firft of November to the firft of May. 

The contractors to be anfwerable for the care and fide- 
li y of the perfons to whom they entruft the carriage of the 
mail j and that both they and their drivers or riders take 
the cuftomajy oaths. 

That bonds be given with two fufficient fureties for the 
performance of each contract. 

That where the mail fhall be conveyed by ftages, a 
perfon muft be fent with the fame, whofe fole bufmefs it 
fhall be to take care of it ; and there muft be in each ftage 
carriage a fecure and convenient place appropriated for its 
reception. 

i hat in cafe any accident fhall happen to the ftage tc 
detey it, the mail fhall be forwarded fo as to arrive at 
each office at the ftated hour, at the expence of the 
contractor. 

According to the calculation made in the contrails fo: 
carrying the Mails, the diftance is 

Miles. 

From Portland, * M^cWet*?;. to Portfmouth, 60 

* From Wif-.aflet to i'o. uaiiu inc Mail is to be forward- 
ed once every fortnight, 



'( ?8 :> = 

Miles/ 

From PortfrriOuth to Bofton, 61 

From Bofton to New York, 249 

From New-York to Philadelphia, 95 

From Philadelphia to Baltimore, ici 

From Baltimore to Alexandria, 54 

From Alexandria to Edentcn, 28S 

From Eden ton to Wa ! ingtort, ; 56 

From Wamington to Ncwbern, 38 

From Newbern to Wilmington, 9-3 

From WilmingtQn to Georgetown, 127 

From Georgetown to Charleston, 62 

From Charlefton to Savannah, 219 



M I L IT I A. 

HI'S £ X C £ L L E N C V 

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, 
Captain-General and Commander in Chief of the military 
Forces in the Stare of Connt&ieift. 
Hon. dtiVfc'n Wolcott, Lieutenant- General. 
Jotin Keyes, Adjutant General. 
rCb!; Roger Grifwold, > Aids de camp to his Excfeli 

cCol* Samuel Huntingdon, 3d. J the Commander in Chief* 

ift Brigade. 
Samuel Wyllys, Brigadier-General. 
Eliflia Babcock, Brigade-Major. 
Eli Moore, Brigade Quarter- Matter. 

ift Regiment. 
Hezeltiah Wyllys, Lieutenant- Colonel* 
Oliver Mather, Major. 

6th Regiment* 
Roger Wells, Colonel. 
Ifaac Wells, Major. 

19th Regiment. 
Oliver King, Lieutenmt- Colonel. 
Rofwell Grant, Major. 

22d Regiment. 
Samuel Chapman, Colonel. 
Abiel Peafc, Lieutenant- Colonel. 
Eiijnh Chapman, Major. 



2d Brigade. 



Comfort Sage, Brigadier-General, 
John Meigs, Brigade- Major. 
4>amuel Canfield, Deputy Quarter-Mafter-General 

2d Regiment. 
Fletcher Prudden, J-ieu tenant-Colonel. 

7th Regiment. 
Edward Shipman, Lie men ant -Colonel. 
Jofeph Wilcox, Major. 

loth Regiment. 
Reuben Rice, Lieutenant-Colonel. 

23d Regiment. 
George; Phillips, Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Samuel W, Dana, Major. 

. 26th .Regiment. 
David Smith, Lieutenant- Colonel; 
Aner Bradley, Major. 

27th Regiment. 
Auguftus Collins, Lieutenant- Colonel. 
James Barker, Major. 

3d Brigade. 
Samuel Mott, Brigadier-General. 
Roger Grifwold, Brigade- Major. 
Ezra Wait, Quarter Matter. 
Rev. Lemuel 1 yler, Chaplain. 

3d Regiment, 
Richard Demon, Lieutenant- Colonel < 
John G. Hillhoufe, Major. 
8th Regiment. 
Ifaac Avery, Lieutenant- Colonel* 
Simeon Avery, Major. 

20th Regiment. 
Elihu Marvin, Lieu tenant- Colonel. 
Jofeph Williams, Major. 

24th Regiment. 
David B. Spencer, Lieutenant Colonel. 
Henry Champion, jun. Major. 

30th Regiment. 
Jonathan Palmer, jun. Lieutenant- Colonel. 
Elias S. Pakner, Major. 



4th Brigade. 
John Chandler, Brigadier- General. 
Frederick J. Whiting, Brigade-Major. 
Elijah Boaidman, D. Quarter- Mailer- General. 

4th Regiment. 
Elijah Abel, Lieutenant-Colonel* 
Daviti Burr, Major. 

9th Regiment. 
Jabez Fitch, Lieutenant- Colonel* 
Ozias Marvin, Major. 

13th Regiment. 
Nathaniel Mitchel, Lieu tenant- Colonel. * 
Joel Hinman, Major. 

1 6th Regiment. 
David Olmfted, Lieutenant -Colonel. 
Timothy Taylor, Major. 

2Sth Regiment. 
Agur Jodfon, Lieutenant- Colonel. 
Mathias Nicoll, Major. 

29th Regiment. 
David Judfon, Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Eliftia Boftwicfc, Major. 

5th Brigade* 

John Gordon, Brigadier General. 
John M'Clellan, Brigade Major. 
Elifha Payne, Brigade Quarter-Mafter. 

5th Regiment. 
Zephaniah Swift, Lieutenant -Colonel. 
Benjamin Storrs, Major. 

11 h Regiment. 
Daniel Learned, Lieutenant- Colonel. 
Lemuel Grofvenor, Major. 

1 2th Regiment. 
Samuel Gilbert, Lieutenant-Colonel, 
Daniel Tilden, Major. 

21ft Regiment. 
Benjamin Bacon, Lieutenant- Colonel. 
Mofes Cleveland, Major. 



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6th Brigade. 
John Sedgwick, Brigadier- General. 
Uriah Tracy, Brigade-Major. 

14th Regiment. 
Giles Pettibone, Major. 

15th Regiment. 
AU Bray, Lieutenant. Colonel. 
Peter Curtis, Major. 

17th Regiment. 
Timothy Skinner, Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Mcfes Lyman, Major. 

18th Regiment. 
Amafa Mills, Lieutenant- ColoneL 
Jonathan Humphry, Major. 
25th Regiment. 
Uriel Holmes, Lieutenant -ColoneL 
Ozias Brownfon, Major. 

31ft Regiment. 
Luther Loomifs, Lieutenant- Colonel. 
Afa Hamilton, Major. 

Light -Dragoons* 

j ft Regiment, 
William Hart, Major- Commandant; 

2d Regiment. 
Latham Hull, Major- Commandant* 

3d Regiment. 
David Wood, Major-Commandant. 

4th Regiment. 
Ebenezcr Smith, Major Commandant, 

5th Regiment. 
Andrew Hillyer, Major- Commandant. 

By the laws of this State, every perfon who belongs to 
the Infantry Companies, are required at all times to be 
Jfurnimed with a well fixed mufket, the bairel not lefs than 
[three feet and an half Ion*, and a bayonet thereto, with a 
(heath and belt or ftrap for t* e fame, with a ram-rod,! 

iworm, priming- wire and brum, a cartouch-box carrying 
16 rounds of cartridges, made with good mufket powder! 

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' « and ball, fitting his gun, r.x good firms, one caniecn hold- 
ing not kfs than three pints, on penalty of 3s. for want of, 
fuch arms and ammunition as is hereby required, and is J 
for each defect, and the like furp for every tcur weeks he 
(hall remain unprovided. 

And that every light dragoon (hall always be provided 
with a good ftrviceable horf?, not kfs than 14 hands high, 
to the acceptance of the two chief ccmmilTioned officers of 
[the company, covered with a good faddle, with homing 
[and other proper furniture, bitt bridle and hoifters, a cafe 
'of good pillols, a fword or cutlafs, not lefs than four feet 
; in length, and alfo a cap made of jirk leather, a flafk or 
:cartouch-box, one pound of good powder, three pounds of 
iiza-bte bullets, 12 flints, a good pair of boots and. fpurs,| 
on penalty of £..3 for want of fuch horfe, and the value of 
each other article in which he fhall be deficient 



~ D ART MOV TH COLL EGlT" 

In Hanover, in the State of New-Hampfhire, 
founded in the Year 1770, 
TR U STE'E S. 
Hon. John Wheelock, LL.D. President. 
Hon. John Phillips, LL.D. Hon. John Langdon, 
Hon, Bezaleel Woodward, Rev. Bulkiey Olcott, 
Rev. Eden Burroughs, Rev. Job Swift, 

Hon. Elifha Paine, Rev. John Smith, 

Rev. David M'Clure, Hon. Peter Olcott. 

Hon. Simeon Olcott, 

Executive Officers. 
Hon. Prefident Wheelock, Profeilbr of Hiftory. 
Hon, Bezaleel Woodward, ProfelTor of Mathematics and 
Natural Philofophy. 
Rev. John Smith, ProftfTor of the Learned Languages. 

Vacant, ProfefTor of Divinity. 

Hon. Bezaleel Woodward, Secretary and Treafurer. 
Rev. John Smith, Librarian. 
Mofes Fifk, A. M. Tutor. 

Vacant, Director of Moor's Academy. 

fofiah Dunham, A. B. Preceptor of Moor's Academy. 
Commencement the fourth Wednefday in Auguft annually. 
Vacations : From Commencement fix weeks and two 
days : and from the fourth Monday in February, five 
weeks and five days. 



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UNIVERSITY at Cambridge. 

[Founded in the Year 1636.} 

Rev. Joseph Willard, D.D, and LL.D. Prefident, 
OVERSEERS. 
The Governor, the Lieutenant-Governor, the Council and 
Senate of tr.e- State, with the Minifters of the Congtegj 
tional Churches in the Towns of Bofton, Roxnuryj 
Dorchefter, Charlefton, Cambridge and Watertown. 
CORPORATION. 
R.ev. Prefident Willard, D.D. and LL.D. of Cambridge. 
Hon. OLver Wendell, of Bofton. 
Hon. John Lowell, of Roxbury. 

Rev. Edw. Wigglefworth, D.D. Prof. Divinity Emeritus 
Rev. Simeon Howard, D. D. of Bofton. 
Rev. John Lathrop, D.D. of 3ofton. 

Rev. Skneon Howard, of Bofton, D.D. Secretary. 
Ebenezer Storer, of Bofton, Treafurer, 
PROFESSORS. 
Vacant, Holliiian Profeffor of Divinity. 
Samuel Webber, A. M. Hollifian Profcfibr of the Mathe- 
matics and Natural Philofophy. 
Eliphalet Pearfon, A. M. Hancock Profefibr of Hebrew, 

and other Oriental Languages. 
John Warren, M. D. ProfeiTor of Anatomy and Surgery. 
Benjamin Wate'houfe, M. D- Profefibr of the Theory and 

Practice of Phyfic. 
Aaron Dexter, M.D. ProferT. Chemiftry & Materia Medic a. 
J. de Nancrede, Precepror in the French Language. 

TUTOR S. 
John Abbot, A. M. | Amos Crofby, A. M. 

Aiden Bradford, A. M. \ Htz-.kiah Packard, A.M. 
Thaddeus Mafon Harris, A. M. Librarian, 
Caleb Gannett, A. M. Steward. 
Samuel Shapi-.igh, A. B. Butler* 
Commencement : the third Wednefday in July annually. 

Vacations : From Commencement, four weeks : fro* 
the third Wednefday in Oclober, two weeks : from th 
fiift Wednefda'y in January rive weeks : and the tw< 
weeks immediately preceeding thelaft Wednefciay in April 









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Rhode -Hland College y at Providence 
(Founded in the Year 1770.) 
Hon. Jabez Bowenj Chancellor. 
Prefident— Vacant by the Death of Dr. Mannikc. 
[Notwithftanding the vacancy of the Frefidentjkip, mea 
fures are taken to fecure the Inftruttion and Discipline 
of the College for the enfuing year.] 
The number of the Corporation is 48, of whom 36 are 
Fruftees, and 12 are Fellows \ the latter muft be perfons 
)t pubLc education, and are (tiled the learned Faculty. 

FELLOWS. 
Rev. Samuel Stillman,D.D. 1 Enos Hitchcock, D.D. 



Rev. Hezekiah Smith, j Rev. Mofes Badger, 

)avid Howell, Robert Rogers, 

Dr. Jonathan Eaftcn, James Brown, 

Benjamin Waterhoufe,M.D. Rev. William Williams. 

r. Solomon Drown, 

PROFESSORS. 
Rev. Jonathan Maxcy, ProfefTor of Divinity, 
benjamin Waterhoufe, M.D. ProfefTor of Natural Hiftorv. 
benjamin Weft, A.M F. A.A.Profeff. Mathem. & Aftrol 
ley PerezFobesjA.M.F.A.A.Profeff. Nat.&Exp.PhUo. 
Javid Howell, ProfefTor of Law. 

TUTORS. 
Jofias Lyndon Arnold, A.M. I -ifa Meffei, A. M. 

imeon Daggett, A. M. | 

Commencement the firft Wednesday in September. 
Vacations : 1. The firft Wednefday in St pr. to Oclo. 20 

2. December 25th, continues fix weeks. 

3. May 6th, continuts three wetks. 

Addition to the Candidates ior the Miniftry, licence' 
y the AiToeiations in Cotwetluut^ which came to han* 
:oo late to be inferted in their proper place. 

Ebenezer Gay, Tutor Yale College. 
Calvin Chapin, Ditto, 
Dyar Throop Hinkley, Lebanon. 
'- Hyde, Franklin. 
Daniel Waldo, Windham. 
■ Dorrajnce, Windham. 
■ Woodworth, Lebanon. 
Lyon, Pomhet. 



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Civil Officers, &c. of the State of ' Rhode-lfland. 

His Excellency 
ARTHUR FENNER, Efquire, Governor, 
Honorable Samuel J. Potter, Efq. Deputy- Governor, 
Henry Ward, Efq. Secretary, 
William Charming, E£q. Attorney General, , 

Jofeph Clarke, Efq. General Treafurer. 

Hon. William Bradford, Efq. Speaker, and 

Ray Greene, Efq. Clerk of the Houfe of ReprefentatWes. 

Judges of the Superior Court of Judicature, Court of Aflize 
and General Gaol Delivery, within and throughout the 
State i I 

Hon. Daniel Owen, Efq. Chief JufVice, Hon. Sylvefter 
Roblnfon, Efq. Hon. Walter Cooke, Efq. Hon. Ezefciel 
Gardner, jun. Efq. Hon. Thomas Tillinghaft, Efq. 
Clerks of the Superior Court i 
For the County of Newport, John Grelea, Efq. 

Providence, Samuel Eddy, Efq, 
Kent, Allen Fry, Efq, 
Wafhington, Adam Helme, Ef<|. 
Briftol, Jonathan Ruflel, Efq. 

Judges of the Court of Common Pleas and General Seffi- 
onr of the Peace, for the County of Newport ; 
Thomas Freehody, Efq. Chief Judge, 
■Gideon Wanton, Efq. I Fobes Little, Efq. 

Oliver Durfee, Efq. | William Anthony, jun. Efq. 

Thomas Peckham, Efq. Clerk. 
PracYmng Attornies, William Channing, Daniel Lyman, 
William erooke, John Faxon, Edmund T. Ellery, Chrif- 
topher Ellery, Efquires, Newport, Thomas Durfee, Efq, 
Tiverton. William Davis, Efq. Sheriff. 

Judges for the County of Providence : 
Caleb Harris, Efq. Chief Judge, 
Abraham Matthewfon, Efq. J Stephen Steere, Efq. 
John Barton, Efq. | Andrew Harris, Efq. 

James Fenner, Efq. Cleric 
Practicing Attornies. Theodore Fofter, Benjamin Bourn, 
David Howell, Samuel Sampfon, Afhur Robbins, Georeej 

Tillinghaft, Samuel Eddy, Tillinghaft, James Burrill,* 

Efqaires, Providence. Nehemiah Knight, Efq. Sheriff. 






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Judges for the County of Kent : 
Stephen Arnold, Efq. Chief Judge, 
I Anthony Low, Efq. I Benjamin Johnfon, Efq. 

Ifaac Johnfon, Efq. | Stephen Greene, Efq. 

Benjamin Howland, Efq. Clerk. 
j PracTrifing Attornies. Job Cornftock, Ray Greene, 
■ Jones, Efquires, Eaft- Greenwich. 

! Jonathan Niks, Efq. Sheriff. 

Judges for the County oi Wathington: 
Freeman Perry, Efq. Chief Judge, 
Robert Potter, Efq, I John Allen, Efq. 

Robert Stanton, Efq. | Daniel Sunderiin, Efq. 

Stephen Hazard, Efq. Clerk. 
j PrafUilng Attornies. ElUha R, Potter, — Gardner, 

: Totten, — Minor, Efquires, South-Kingflown* 

Daniel Updike, Efq. North-ICingftown. 

Beriah Brown, Efq. Sheriff. 

Judges for the Coun'y of Briftol s 

(Names not obtained.) 

Daniel Bradford, Efq. Clerk. 

Practifing Attorney William Bradford, Efq. 

Richard Smith, Efq. Sheriff. 

Notaries Public), Newport. John Grelea, Efq. 

) Providence. Samuel Cfoace, Efq. 

Courts in the State e/'Rhode-Mand. 

Superior Courts, At Newport, the ift Monday in March^ 
and 3d in Sept. At Providence ; the 3d Monday in March* 
and ii\ in Sept. At Sa.KingJlon, the ift Monday in Aprili 
and Oclo. At Br\fiol 9 the 2d Monday in April and O-ftoJ 
At E. Greenwich, the 4th Monday in April and 3d in Gc"ro.l 

Inferior Courts . At Newport, the iaft Monday in May and? 
3d in Nov. At Providence, the 3d Monday in June and? 
Dec. At Seutb^KingJion, the 3d Monday in FebJiand 2d in 
Auguft. At Briftol, the ift Monday in January and Juty.J 
At Eaft -Greenwich^ the 3d Monday in July and January. 3 

GorreBionT'lTi the lift of PracWing Attornies, in Stratford i 
j Conmfficut, for Robert C. Johnfon, efq . read Samuel JV'S 
j Johnftn, efq* — Pag. 80, read'Briga. Gen. James Gordon. \ 
^Addition. In New -Haven, John Goodrich, efq. Pradtifingr 
I Attorney, 
Alteration. His Excel. George Plater, Gov. of Maryland.^ 

r ■'■' .Mi,,, .in ' ■' iniwrt 



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CENT'S tamed into /hillings, pence, and farth- 
ings, with the dec'wial fractions of a farthing in 
the currency of the fever al States of the Union 
where the dollar is rated at 4/^8. 6/1 jf6» orSf 



Cents* 


I 4/8 | 6/. 1 7/6 1 8/. 


Is. d. f. \ s. d. q. \s. d* q. \ s. d, q. 




1 


0- 0-2.24 


0-0-2.88 


0-0-3.60 


00-3. 84 




2 


0- 1-0.48 


o-i-j.76 


0-1 3.20 


0-1-3. 68 




3 
4 


1-2.72 

O- 2 0.g6 


0-2-0.64 


0-2-2.80 


0-2-3.52 
0-3-3.36 




0-2-3.52 


0-3-2.40 




5 


O- 2.3*20 


0-3-2.40 


0-4-2.00 


0-4-3.20 




6:0- 3-1.44 


0-4-1.28 


0-5.-1.60 


0-5-3.04 


t) 


7 


0- 3-3. 6-8 


0-5-0.16 


0-6-1.20 


0-6-2.8* 


3 


8 


0- 4-1.92 


0-5-3.04 


0-7-0.80 


0-7-2.721 


e/» 


9 


0- 5 0.16 0.6-1.92 


0-8-0 40 


0-8 2.56; 


I is 


10 


5 2.40 | 7 0.80 


9 0.00 


9 2.401 


z 


20 
30 


11 0.80 J 1 2 1.60 


t 6 0.00 


1 7 o.8o4 

2 4 3 20j 


3 


1 4 3.20 


1 9 2.40 


2 3 0.00 


4 


40 


1 10 1.60 


2 4 3.20 


3 O G.OO 


3 2 i.6oi 


5 


5° 


2 4 o.eo 


3 0.00 


J 9 O.OO 


4 0.0©; 


6 


60 


2 9 2.40 


1 7 o.8e 


4 6 0.00 


4 9**4 Q: 


7 


70 


3 3 p.8© 


4 2 1.60 


5 3 0.00 


5 7 o.8o } ; 


8 


80 


3 8 3.20 


. 4 9- 2.40 


6 0.00 


6 4 3.20. 


9 


90 


4 2 i.6« 


5 4 3-2o 


6 9 0.00 


7 2 1.60 


I<9 


100 


4 8 ©.co 


6 0.00 


7 6 0*00 


8 0.00 



Note— That the figures, which follow the point, or, 
period, placed after the farthings, are fo many hundredth 
parts of another farthing j thus, 6 cents are, in Connec"H~j 
cut currency 4d.iqr. and 28 of fuch equal parts more than; 
4dJ. Having the table for all the dimes, if the value fhould, 
be required of any number of cents above any certain di-j 
mes, but below the next higher, take firft the dime next* 
below the given number of cents, and to the millings,] 
pence, and farthings contained therein add thefe contained, 
in the fuper-numerary cents and you will have the mil-| 
lings, &c. contained in the faid given number. | 

j Note— That at the head of the columns/. £ands for 
millings, d. for pence, and q. for fart hings, Jj 



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A TABLE 


of Simple Inter eft, at 6 per Cent* 


For any 


Sum from 20/. to jT. 1000. 


£■ 


1 Mon. 


| 3 Mon. | 6 Mon. 


A Year. 


s. d. q. 


J. ^. q. 


s. 


*.* 


s. d, q. 


I 


O I O 


O32 





7 


X 2 O 


2 


O 2 I 


07O 


I 


2 


2 40 


3 


O32 


ia 3 


I 


9 2 


3 7 ° 


4 


O 4 3 


1 2 1 


2 


4 2 


49c 


5 


060 


1 6 


3 





600 


6 


O70 


192 


3 


7 o- 


720 


7 


8 1 


2 1 


4 


2 


840 


8 


092 


2 4 3 


4 


9 2 


970 


9 


10 3 


2 8 1 


S 


4 2 


10 9 


£• 


/. s.d. 


/. *. d. 


/• 


y. <*. 


/. /. d. 


10 


1 


30 





6 


12 


20 


020 


060 





1 2 


1 40 


3° 


030 


090 





18 


1 16 


4° 


40 


! 12 


X 


4 


280 


; 5° 


050 


15 


1 


10 


300 


\ 6o 


060 


0180 


1 


16 


3 12 


70 


070 


I I 


2 


2 a 


440 


80 


080 


1 4 


2 


8 


4 16 


90 


O 9 


1 7 


2 


14 


580 


100 


O 10 


1 100 


3 





600 


200 


1 00 


3 00 


6 





12 OO 


300 


I 10 


4 10 


9 





l8 OO 


400 


200 


600 


12 





24 O O 


1 5°° 


2 10 


7 100 


15 





30 O O 


} 600 


3 00 


900 


18 





36 


700 


3 10 


10 10 


21 





42 O O 


800 


400 


1200 


24 





48 O O 


900 


4 xo 


13 10 


27 


c 


54 


} 1 000 


5 00 


15 00 


30 


c 


60 



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■P-WWPWM'IIIM I i I "' ■ III ■ ""* 

COURTS in the Mate or Connecticut. 
Superior Courts. 

AT Had dam , December 25. 
At Mid diet own, July 24. 
At New Haven, January 3. and jfW? 31. 
At Fairfield, January 17. 
Ac D anbury, Auguft 14. 
At Litchfield* January 31, and Auguft 2 I. 
It Hartford, February 14, and September 4. 
At Tolland, February 28. 
At Windham, March 6, and September 18. 
At Norwich, March 20. 
At New- London, September 25. 

Inferior Court*. 
At Hartford, April 3, and November 6. 
At New-Haven, March 20, and November 27. 
At New-London, June 12, 
At Norwich, November 27. 
At Fairfield, April 17. 
At D anbury, November 20. 
At Windham, Auguft 11, and December II. 
At Litchfield, March 27, and September 1 8. 
At Tolland, February 14. 
At Had dam, April 3. 
At Middletown, Nove mber 13. 

FREEMEN'S- MEETINGS, throughout thr 
State of Connecticut, are held on the third 
Tuefday in September. 



Superior Courts in the Commonwealth 
Majpiehufetts. 
At ityfr*, February 21, znd Auguft 28. 
At Concord, April IO. 
At Worcfftfr* April ?7, and September 18. 



At Northampton, April 24 

At Barnftable, May 9. 

At Plymouth, May l$« 

At Ipfiwicb, June 19. At York, June 26. 

At Portland, July 3. 

At Pa-wnalborougby July IO. 

At Spring field y Sep Umber 25, 

At Lenox, October 2. 

At Taunton, Qfieber 23. 

At Cambridge, 0t3ob$r 30. 

At Salem, November ij. 

Inferior Courts in Maflachufetts. 
At £<?/**, J**. 3, -rZ/r/7 17, 7«/y 3, & 0<f?. 2. 
At Z,*»0#, Jan. 3, ^/r// 17. and Sept. II. 
At New-Gloucefier, Jan. 3. 
At Taunton, March 3 , and September \ 1 . 
At Worcefter, March 20. ^«g-. 2. and Z)*r. 4, 
At Plymouth, April IO, W ^«£ . 1 4. 
At Northampton, May 15, and $*/*. 4. 
At Portland, May 29, and Offo. 16. 
At Nantucket, March 2J, and 08ober 2, 
At Barnftable, April 3, and Afoa/. 6. 
At Machias, April 24, and &?//. 25. 
Ax. Springfield, Jan. 17. 
At Concord, March 20. 
At Ipfaoicb, April,$. 
At 2^r£ and Edgertovan, April 1 7. 
At P agonal borough, June 5. 
At Salem, July 10. At Cambridge, Nov. 27 
At Penobfcot, September 1 S* 
At Ne<w bury port, September 2;. 
At Tijbury, OtJo. 30. At Plymouth, jtfov. 2o 



uThe Stomngton Baptifi Affbclathn is to be h«ld in Groton, 
I Gftober 16. 



*Wi 



jfor the Tear 1792. 

ffft+tttff 

ECLIPSES for the Year 1792. 

-©- 

There will be but two Eclipses this year, 

as follows, viz. 

THE firft will be a fmall Eclipse of the SUN, 
Mareb aad, in the afternoon, viable if the air be 
clear ; 



Beginning at x 3S 

Middle, 2 28 

End, 3 28 

Duration ih. 50m. 
Digits eclipfed 3. on the fouth- 
eafterly fide* 

The/econd willalfobe of the SUN, September 1 6th at 
4.h. 20m. in the morning, invifible. 




The planet Venus, will be the morning ftar to the 4th 
of Auguft ; and thence evening ftar to the year's end. 



Vulgar Notes tor the Year 1792. 
Golden Number 7 | Epa& 6 

Cycle of the Sun 9 | Dominical Letters A G 

Difference of Btgb^fVater at Jevcr at places jrom lMe%u London, 

AT New -York, Tarpaulin Cove and Say- brook Bar, the 
fame as New-London*— at Rhode- Ijland and Amboy, 40 
Minutes fooner— at Providence 25 Minutes fooner — at Sandy- 
Hooky a H*urs and 40 Minutes fedner— at Albany, 3 Hours 
and 10 Minutes fooner — at Boflon, 2 Hours and 20 Minutes 
la er — at Guilford and New-Haven, 2 Hours and 50 Minutes 
later— at Philadelphia , 5 Hours 20 Minutes later— at Nor- 
wich Landing, 45 Minutet later— at Scut held Harbour, 2 
Hours and 10 Minutes later. 



J A N U A R T hath n days 



Full moon 9 day, 5 morn. 
Laft quart. 16 day, 9 aftern. 



~W*\ Calendar, &c. 



Peace o'er 



AjCircum. 
2'tbe world, thy wings 

3 expand> and fcience 

4 blefi our favour f d land \ 

5 Windy weather* 

6 Epiphany. D apog. 

7 Moderate for 
A^Sund. paft Epiph. 

2 8 O 3) winter. 



t\ew moon 23 day, 11 morn, 
Firft quart. 30 day, 7 aftern. 

__ 1 rLQfet\Fulf44^Jtn. 
7 *& J 3 37l * *3 



3S16 3*** 



Snow. 



28 5 
7 2 7 5 
7 2 7 
7 26 
7 z6 

7 2 5 
24 
24 

2 3 S 
2 3 5 
22 
21 

20 



4|By equation of natural 
5;days, good clocks and 
Slwatches too faft 9min. 
7JDay's length 9b. 20m, 
A 2d pad Epiph. ]) S3 J7 20 
2jnO D 7 19 

3 Twil. ends6h. 17m. 
4 : 7* , s fouth 7I1. 27m. 
19; 5J#perige. Frefty and 7 
6 © in £? 6 morn. 7 

7j more fnow, 7 

A^dpafl Epiph. 7 

2;6 0D 7 

3J D lat.4NT. Bluftering. 7 
4{Conv. St. Paul. 7 

5|Nightslcn. 14H. 18m. 7 
6€)<*ck too fall 13 n. 7 
7jMights!cn.i4h. 14m. 7 
Akthpa ft Epiph. \y 

2 ! a D K. Char, 1 ft 7 
3 1 [beheaded 164.$. 17 



20 
21 
22 

2 3 
?4 

26 

27 
28 
29 
3° 
3* 



5 
S 
5 
5 

5 
185 

17 5 
16 5 

*5 5 

H 5 

l 3 5 
12 5 

11 5 

10 5 

9 



4 *9 

5 1 

5 44 

6 27 

7 9 
7 5 1 

*53 

9 1.6 
10 7 
10 5.8 
n 47 

40 

1 29)10 j 9 



B nfe 

6 14. 

7 *S 

8 j8 

9 20 



7 
6 

5 

45 



2 
3 1° 

3 5S 

4 44 

5 4^ 

6 36 

7 28 

8 14 

9 ^ 



1 8 r ! 21 

Morn. 

28 

1 35 

2 42 

3 45 

4 45 

5 45 
fcfersj 



10 2] 6 27 
10 5 



n 5c 

4; 

1 30 

2 i ; 

3 2 
3 4^ 



7 33 

8 37 

9 39 

10 39 

11 38 
Morn ; 

o s6 



MV 'HiUimanariMMi 



FEBRUARY hath 29 days. 



Full moon 7 day, it night. 
Laft quart. 1 5 day, 4 morn. 

•S w \ Kalendar > & c - 

4|Oays iengtn 9b. 54.n1 



9 
1 c 
U 

12 

*3 

l 4 

l 5 

:6 

l ? 

18 

*9 

20 
(21 

Ns 

26 

28 



Punf. B. V. M. 
More falling [^perig, 7 
7 # s fouth 6h. 19m. 6 
Septuagef. weather. 6 
Treaty of Alliance with 6 
SGD [France 1778. 6 
J'lat. 3 b. 16 

&f<gB Clock too fa (16 
C7*ar ^77?^ [ 1 5 rn . 6 

G.Wafhingt.b. 1732.6 
Wantof caredo^s more;6 
hurt than want of (kill. 6 48 6 
Valentine. f«W46 47 6 

D0J FrnJ?y<5 46 6 

©perige. nights. '6 44 6 



New moon 22 day, 1 rrorn' 
Firft quart. 29 day, 3 aftern- ; 

®f*\fulfea\ri. D /. 

~|6 



3 5 

2 5 

o 5 

59 6 
58 6 

576 

56 6 

546 

53 6 
52 6 
51 6 
49 6 



Mtu rottzfj- <2 N. E. 
O in K 8 after n 
>hrovc Sund. jlorm. 
Immodefi words almit 

hrove Tucf. of 
AfhWed. High udes. 
0!at. 5 N. defence 6 
it. Matthias. Snorv6 
Twil. ends 7 o'clock. 
Quid^agef. or rain. 
7 # s fct oh. 19m. mor r 
Clock too fad 13m. 16 
□ G D [ 6 _ 



43 6 

42 6 

41 6 
39 6 
38 6 
366 
3? 6 

34^ 
32 6 
3,6 
30 6 
28 6 



4 20 

5 H 

5 5* 

6 41 

7 2 5 

8 i£ 

9 3 
9 47 

10 32 

ii 18 

o 6 

5> 

1 34 

2 26 

3 20 

4 «5 

5 *' 

6 7 

7 2 

7 5^ 

8 42 

9 3c 

10 2) 

11 10 

if 5* 
o 4c 
« 3i 



17 
7 

rile 

5 
5 



7 

8 

9 10 
to 13 
11 16 
Morn. 

o 20 



2 5 
29 



4 24 



$ lets 

7 22 

8 15 

9 17 

10 16 

11 16 
i6|Morn. 



2 

2 6| 3 o\ o 14! 



MARCH Jiaiii jt dayT ~ " 

IFnfl moonS day, 2 afterA. | New moo:i 22 day, 1 attern. ! 



jLail qmrc. 15 ^ay, 1 aftern. | Fiiil .juat. 30 da y, noon*. 



1 546 u Uwia. 0dpqg.6 
2, r 6;Ciock too fait izm. 6 
6 

6 



i 6 
I 7 
I « 

i 9 

10 



7 ; Days length nh 14m 
4jG'2d in Lent, i?^/*. 

5 z.To prj-ve a friend, ex 6 
3 per it nee teaches^ one deed 6 
4. is worth a thoufand fpee 6 
5 80i7 # sfetiih 4 7.x 6 
:.i 1 S. S3 3^= J 'J : .5 
7. IVil. begins 4a. 42^ |6 
G 3d in Lent. ches.\6 

\\Z 2 Mercury is very hujy a \6 
I 3 3 mong the planets. Every ,6 
14 4 ©per. one J terns top 

1 6| 6 pains tofindoutthfifauhsG 
;i 7 j 7 St. Patrick. «/ ! 6 

i8,G4 n »° Len:. others 6 
iq\ 2 O* ia t 10 areera. J6 

''°! $ than they do their oWrrC 
2ij 4)C 4 iqck foj fall 7m. 1 5 

2 3i 6 * :**•; 1 S. Blujienng 5 
2 4: 7 weather. 5 

25IG 5'h in Lent. ^ 

26: 2 CW March tuinds. 5 
2 7| 3 Nigins lea. uh. 38m. 5 
2 ^, 4, -«& '*p°g. Some 5 

2 9 5 /w fqujtlls. 5 

30 6 D O * 



20 
24 6 

-3 

2 1 
20 

*9 

1 

»6 
H 
M 



12 

10 

9 
8 
6 
5 
3 
2 

1 
59 

S6 
5? 

5 + 

S.I 

49 



loowers, c 



3 > 

31:77*- fct «ob. 23 n. ij 44 . 7! 3 5 i 



47 
46 

44 



+4 1 

28 2 

1 
22, 2 

4a 

41I 4 

2 7; 5 
'3 5 



1 1 1 

5 ; 

57| 
3^ 1 



47 



i 



2 & rife 
o 



4 8 7 

34 * 

24 9 

9 io 

$911 



Q 

5 
3 
*9 



5 1 Morn 

45i 025 

1 

2 

3 

4 
4 



4°, 

3*1 
33 
<7. 
w| 
13" 



27 

*S 

17 
3 

44 
. '9 

4 3) lets 
lj 7 21 
40 8 21 
2$ 9 20 
10,10 19 
551 1 12 
38 Morn. I 
22 o (J. 

5:4 

1 v 



APRIL hath 



days. 



F.ull moon 7 day, 3 morn. 
Laft quirt. 13 day, 7 a r tern. 



New moon 21 day, 3 morn. 
Firft quart 29 day, 6 morn* 



M|/^j Kalendar, 



\r-VJ.\f«lj*A r -* s - 



G ; r*slni SunJay. To de- 

2; fend the Chrijlian Re- 

$ligion is one thing, and 

4 470 knock a man on the 

51 5, D S3 he ad for being of 

6\ 6 Good Frid. a different 

7\ l\ 8 @ Religion is a- 

8 GEafter Sun. nother. 

9| 2 ^3^ Sp. iifcS.nh. 58 

1 10; 3.CI0. too fait im. [m. 

I ij 4 © perig. P leaf ant fan. 

12; 5 7 # s fet 9-1. 40m. 

13! 6 n O D G°od clocks, 

14 7 watches, and fun dials 

1 5 jG 1 it pail Eafter. fhcnrld 



16 



go together. 



17J 3 Day's leng. i$h. 18m. 
I 8| 4 Cool nights and plea- 



l 9 

2Q 
21 
22 

24 

*S 

26 

27 
28 
29 
3d 



5 Qin & 10 morn 
6 1 ,A*tf //#//. 

7 (5 O D iVi>-zy ex peel a 
Gfdafc.Eaft. ®lat.4S. 
2;Twil. ends 8h. 36m. 
$ long ftorm from the N.E. 
4§ apog» St. Mark. 
57*8 fet 8h. 46m. 
(S.NigHts len. 10I1. 18m 
7) Shozve/y weather. 

G 3d after Eart. d O J 
2 Clock too flow 3 m. 



5 43 7 


4 37 


5 4i 7 


5 2 5 


5 4o 7 


6 12 


5 3S7 


6 59 


5 37 7 


7 4 6 


5 367 


8 3.8 


5 34 7 


9 29 


5 33 7 


10 16 


5 32 7 


5 1 13 


15 307 


12 7 


5 2 9 7 


1 5 


!S 28 7 


i 57 


?5 26 7 


2 48 


5 2 5 7 


3 37 


5 24 7 


4 9 


5 2 3 7 


4 49 


5 2i 7 


5 35 


5 20 7 


6 30 


5 19 7 


7 34 


S i7 7 


8 38 


5 l6 7 


9 25 


5 *S 7 


10 17 


5 H7 


11 2 


5 12 7 


11 46 


5' JI 7 


30 


5 IO 7 


1 14 


S 9 7 


1 58 


S « 7 


2 42 


5 67 


3 26 


? 5 7 


4 14 



3' 

'3 

5 2 
26 

59 
3 2 



©rife 

8 7 

9 16 
10 25 
1 r 30 
Morn. 

o 29 



2 3 



52 
27 

2 

3 2 
2 

]) fets 

16 



H 
5 



1 



9 
10 
11 

11 5< 

Morn. 

32 

1 56* 



Full moon 6 day, noon. 
Lail quart. 13 day, 3 morn. 



MAT hath 31 days. 



New moon 20 d <y, 5 artern. 
Firft quart. a8 day, ioaftern. 



M\W Kalendar , &c. \ri. y j J\ \F uljea\ri %s. 

5 



r 3 Philip and Jacob. 
2 4 Rhode Ifland Election. 
y. 5 D 9 7*sfet8h. 20m. 
4! 6 Clock too flow 4m. 

7 Day's length 14b. 2m. 

G4thpaftEaft. go® 

2 $ iat. 4 N. /7»* 

3 S3 3^: weather. 

4 ©per. Sp.tf£S.ioh6ni. 

5 Gen. E l e c. Hartford. 

6 Showers and per- 

7 ^// thunder. 
G Roga. Sund. qQD 

2 Phafant. 

3 £?<#* Cjfc Arabia, 

4 breathes her morning 

5 Afcen. day, flowers. 
olNights leng. 9b. 32m. 
7 ( Dark day 1780. 

GJSand. af. Afc. 6 G>@ 

2 ©lat.^S. (0in a 11m 

3 0apo. Wefterly winds. 
4 Day- break 2b. 34^. 

5 S3 2cCb .#£??* may be 

6 expe&ed foon. 
7*7*$ rife 3b. 47m. mor. 

G Whit. Sund. Plea/ant 
2D0D weather. 

3;KingChir. [ty.Rvfti. 
4 ; Ma!ri. Efe&ion. J 8 
5 Thunder and fame rain. 



5 47 
5 3 7 
5 * 7 
S " 7 
4 59 8 
4 5 
4 57 * 
4 56 8 

4 55 8 
4 54 8 
4 53 8 
4 52 8 

4 5* 8 

4 50 8 
4 49 8 
4 48 8 
4 47 8 
4 46 8 
4 45 8 

4 44 
4 44 8 

4 43 8 



5 5° 

6 42 



8 30 

9 6 
10 



2 30 

3 4 
3 3<> 



7 34j 4 1* 
4 4o 



• rife] 
8 30: 
10 5% 9 34! 



di 



11 5? 

41 

1 44 

2 37 

3 2 

4 "7 

5 J 
9 5 2 

6 38 

7 2 3 
3 7 

8 54 

9 38 
10 22 



4 42 8|i 1 6 
4 41 Sifi-i 50 

4 4° 8 ; ° 35 
4 40 8' 1 

4 39 8 

438 8 

4 3 8 8 

4 37 8 

4 S^ S 



10 37j 

1 30 
Morn J 

o \6 

1 

1 

2 



?. 51 



3 39 

4 *« 

5 l8 



1 ; 
1 ij 

2 43 i! 

3 i*| 

3 4*|i 

4 nil 
D fets-j 

8 4 1 

9 47II 
*° 3*0 
11 i6jj 

31 ssn 

Mom. 

3> H 

1 4i 
1 33j 



:jimur:..-nnm 



JUNE hath 30 days. 



Full moon 4 day, 8 aftcrn. j Ne>.v moon 19 day, 8 morn. 
baft quart. 1 1 day, n mDrn.j Firit quart. 27 day, 10 morn. 
\vl[&\ Ki!endar y We. \ri 7Qf. \ Fulfea jr. J>s. 

1 6 Clec.t too (low 2 m 

2 j\ Very good weather* 
G Prink/ Sanday. 

4|*£0* Aml.Ei. ^ 



ifcj 



Pperig. % bit. 5 N 

7. 5 .' £ o «£s .///«* 

8 6 Day's leag. 14I1. 56m 
917' 



Perhaps thunder 
10 Gift Sand, aft. Trinity (4 
1 1, 2 St. Barnabas. ;4 

12 3J Fine growing feaf on 4 

13 4 Ci. & iun dial together 4 

14 yLet your tongue avoid ^ 
I5 ! 6 ra/h /peaking : they tha< '4 
l6\ j\fpeak^wiihout care.fuffer 4 
i7iG.2i pail Trinity.. J4 
i8| 2i without pity,\ 
m J 3> a Pf>ge. 6 © 3) 4 
20! 4'Oi t.. <; S. ©ins 8 aft 4 
211 5I S3 291% $*** ^//^4 
22J 6-TviI. ends 9I1. 45m. 4 
SJj 7JSp.ttfc<ets ph. 3 im.fiio 4 
3-4'G^St. JohiiBapt. thunder 14 
25; 2jNigh. s length 9'). 2m. 4 

4 

4 



^6 < 3 @£ PUafunt fine 

28] 5 y> bufinefs. 

29 6 ! St. Peer and Paul. 

',o 7 ' 7 # 3 rife i hi. 26 p. morn.^. 



36 8 

35 
3 5 
34 
34 
33 
33 
3 2 
32 
32 

3 2 
3i 
31 
3i 

3i 
3' 
3° 
33 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
30 
3 1 
3i 
3 1 
3i 
3 1 
3 2 



6 
7 

7 
8 

9 

8I10 
8; 11 
8 o 



2 56, 

3 Bj 
, 3 44| 
■# rife, 



1 



45 
40 

35 

13 

22 

13 

o 

48 

3< 

20 

5 
49 

33 

* 7 
12 

5* 



8, 
6 



8 

9 

10 
10 55 

ii 35 

Morn, 
o 10 



» : 9 
8 9 
8 10 40 
8 11 26 
8 o 
80 
8; I 
8.2 

«fj 

" 4 
5 



13 

3 

34 



41 i 

M 

40 

9 

D fets, 
8 16: 



9 

9 
10 
11 
11 

« ! 

24;Morn.j 
14 o 26 j 

<;! o 54 1 

c8 1 28; 



4: 

45; 

22 i 
54! 
26, 

56' 



Full moon 4 day, 3 morn. 
Laft quart- to day, 10 after. 



JULY hath 31 da>s. 



New moon xS day, midnight. 
Firft quart. 26 day, 7 af tern. 



M\IV\ Kalendar, &c. \r.Qs. \fulj c, 

i;G4th pail Trinity. . 
2! 2 Clock too f a t 5m. 

3 3 9 per. Flying clouds. 

4 4JInJe.de. 1776. SO® 

5 5'#.hit.4N. High tides, 

6 6? S3 271% Thunder and 

7 7JNights leng. 9h. 8m. 

8 G 5th pail Trin. rain. 

9 2 ■ Sultry Syrius fires the 
IO 3 D B gloiving plain : 
1 1. 4 The oxen low for food. 

1 2 jj Some want of rain, 

13 6 Day's leng. 14I1 44m. 

1 4 7 Thunder Jbowers in 

15 Q 6th paft Trin. **£>ry 

16 2^||apog. places, with 

1 7 3 high winds, and perhaps 

18 4 Com m ec. Cambridge. 

19 5 (oO D • lat. 4 S. 

20 6 53 26 trg £0/'/. ! 

21 7 Day-break 2h. 44m. 
22G'7th pail Trin. ©in a 

23 2 D 8 . [7 oi?ra. 

24 37 # s rife nh. 48m. 

2 5 4 Dog days begin. 

26 5 D0| Some rain 
zi Day's leng. 14I1 22m. 

28 7 about 'his lime, which 

29 G 8th pail Trin. £ p«r. 

30 2 ; refrejhes the earth. 14528 

31 3 Clock ?od fill 6 n. '4 ^3 8 



4 3 2 
4 3 2 
4 33 
4 33 

4 33 
34 

34 
35 
35 
36 
37 
37 
3S 
38 

39 

40 

4i 
41 
42 

43 
44 

45 
46 

4 6 

47 
48 

49 
5° 
51 



8 6 52 

8 7 47 
8' 8 36 
89 3 c 
8 10 27 
811 21 
8! o 

1 

1 

2 

3 

4 

4 

5 
6 

7 
7 



13 

3 

5 2 
40 

2 7 
»3 

40 

2 5 

10 

54 

4* 

23 

o 



* 9 

810 

8 10 55 

811 41 
8 o 

8 1 

8^ 2 
8J2 

3 

4 



28 
15 
5 
57 
49 
43 



5 38 

6 34 

7 10 



r.*,. 


2 5 


2 5 i 


3 37 
#rii" 


8 33 


9 17 


10 s 


10 40 


n 7 


11 40 
Morn. 


10 


37 


1 *5 


1 41 


2 35 


3 11 

D fets 


7 3o 

8 if 


8 5 


9 2 3 


9 5 G 


10 20 


10 5^ 


11 22 


11 56 
Mcr 


36 


1 25 


2 23 



A U G U H T huh % I days 



Full moon 2 day, 10 morn. 
Laft quart. 9 day, 1 1 morn. 



New moon 
Firft quart, 
Full moon 



17 day, 2 aftcrn. 
25 day, 3 morn. 
31 day, 6 aft em. 



1 

2 



3 

4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
io 
ii 
1 2 

f3 

I 5 
16 
1 
i3 

l 9 

20 
21 

22 

*3 
H 

*2 
26 

-7) 



{ Calendar, fffr. |r. Q j.|/^///^|r.^;. 



Lammas. Full tides. 
80# CI.toofaft6m. 
D lat. 2 N. iT^* «u/^- 
925^ ther grows 

9th»paltTrin. more 
Thou greedy unfettlei. 
mifer 'tis thy fole cm- 
ploy, to heep up riches 
□ O) others may en- 
Day's leng. 13I1. 32m. 
Thunder and joy. 

G'loth aft. Trin. 
2; 9 apog, lightning 

3J /* many places, with 
47*s rife ioh. 23m. 
^Nights len. ioh. 22m. 
6 (5 D plenty of rain. 
7! D lat. 2 S. Hot weather 
G nth aft. Trin. > 8 
S3 241^ and perhaps 
thunder about this time. 
Commenc. Dart. Q in 
[tfR 1 attern. 
St. Barthoi. &«*.. 

St. Lou. Rot de France. 
:!2thpaftTrin.[ dQD 
D per* Go^ weather. 
zS\ 3jDay's length 13k. 8m. 
29; 4 pun and clock agree. 
,;o ! ; 5 St. John Bap. beh. 
\de SOD Full tides. 



f4 54 

(4 55 
4 56 
|4 57 

4 59 

5 © 
5 1 
5 * 
5 3 



5 4 
5 5 
5 6 
5 * 
5 9 
i 5 10 
1 1 
12 



45 

28 



8 iq 3 31 

9 I o # rife 
10 2 

10 52 

11 4 

o 

1 
2 
2 
3 
4 
5 
5 



7, 10 33 
7 

7i 



.5 '9 7 


5 20 7 


j 5 21 7 


S 2 3 7 


5 2 4 7 


5 Z S 7 


5 26 7 


5 28 7 


5 29 7 


5 3° 7 



9 

9 

10 

10 41J 
11 

1 1 



/ 

45 
Morn 

27 

1 12 

2 4 

3 * 

3 5 6 
• fets 

7 r< 

7 56 



5410 
48 10 



c 

5? 

3 43ti 25 

4 3 9 Morn 

5 34' o 16 

6 29' 1 17 

7 2 2j 2 23 

■8 13 3 33 

8 $4® fif 



S E P T E 



Laft quart. 8 day, 3 morn 
New inoon 16 day, 4 morn 



M B E R hath 30 days. 
Firlt quart 



23 clay, 9 inoin. 
Full moon 30 day, 4 morn. 



M\lf\ Calendar, &7. 

7 



j|lat. o 22 N. 
1 3th paftTrin. 
Dog days end. 
824^ 7*srife9h.9m 
Cj&M m E N c . Pro v id. 
Clock coo fl jw 2m. 
Day's leng. 1 ih >oai. 
D0D Hit days and 
14th pall Trin. ^apog 



\ri.Q>Je!\ fulljea 

^Ctear^jTj'"^ 43 

aWjs 33 7 10 3 1 

y£r^*. 5 34 7 1 1 18 



ftf*/ 



I 



nigK 



Nights Icag. nh. 30m 
Commenc. N. tfaven 
Day-break 4^1. um< 
Plenty of rain about 



s ri 



fe 8h. 



30m. 



S 57 7i 

o o 6 

I 6 

4 6 
66 
76 
86 
10 6 
116 



.15ft paft Trin. 60* 

2.0 lat 2 N. this ttme 

3 8S 24^ «£*/»* nmatber. 

4 Clock 7m. too flow, 5 56 711 53 

5 Day's leng, 12b. 6m. 5 57 7! o 48 
6 St. Matthew. Plea/ant. 
7 © in =2: 9 morn. 

CJi6th paft Trin. D0J 

24 2 Twil. ends 7h. 30m 

25 3 &?/ /^/V the fouibern 
Z>C) *c fig ns norw takes his <zvay 

27 5 <sW ow^/ be adds to 

28 6n ; gbt ft eels from the day 

29 7 St. Michael. Windy, 
.30 g 1 7th paft Trin. § 5) 6 



3 6 7 
5 37 7 
5 387 
5 4° 7 

4i 7 

42 7 

44 7 

5 4^7 
4*7 
5 49 7 
5 5 1 7 
S 52 7 
15 53 7 
5 55 7; x i 



6 

6 46 

7 34 

a 32 

9 2 3 
10 1 1 



6 

7 
8 
8 
9 

9 

10 

11 14 
Morr. 

o 

I 



5 
o 

59 
5* 
55 



D fets ( 

6 59 

7 37 



i 



32 
22; 
20 
Morn 
o 24' 
30 
4* 
49 

5 3 
rile 



% 



C ¥ B £ R hath 31 da ys. 



Lift quart. 7 day, 10 aftern. 
N^w moon 15 day, 6 aftern. 



vl\W\ 

I 2 

3 

4 



Firft quart, 22 day, 3 aftern. 
Full moon 29 day, 5 aftern. 



Kahndar. &c. 



20 
21 
22 

2 3 

24! 

2 5 ! 
[16 



• lac. 3 b. 

8 241% 



Full tides. 



6 "49 



if* to ourfel<ves may all 6 15 6 



6 13 6 
6146 



0#r wijhei grant, for 6 
/////* coveting, we lit- 6 
//* want. 

18th paft Trin. ©apo. 
Day's length nh. 16m. 
7*5 rife 7 h. 4m. 

More rain maj 
lock 14m. too flow, 

be expefied foon. 
D & Windy weather. 
19 h paft Trin. 

2! <5 ©• • $"*' 

3 >la:. 3 N. r*fc 

^NigSts 1-sogth 13b. 8m 
Su Like, can. 

Pret'y good weather. 
• per. Twil. ends 7b- 
2o:h paft Trin. 
DQ2) ©int%5aft.r 
The clouds 
denote wind 
Clock 16m. too flow. 

*>»/ ra*V 
7*s rife 5I1. 55m. 
21 ft paft Trin. 
gO® Day's length 



10 7 
ioss 

11 41 

26 

1 10 
1 S3 



2391c 3 
3 24 Morn 
410) o 1 




at. 4 S. [io'i. 2on..~ 
i^rrji Cold & windy ]6 52 6 



26 

28 
29 

3° 
32 
33 

34 

37 

38 
6 40 
6 41 
6 42 

6 44 6 

6456 
646 

647 
649 

6 50 

65! 



4 56, 

5 44 
632 

7 21 

8 10 



1040 

11 35 
031 

1 26 

2 21 10 



8 54 D fets 
949 6 20 

* 5* 
42 

29 

25 
26 

3 , 5j I 32 

4 6Morn 

456; o 41 

5 43 1 
628' 2 

7 l 3\ 4 
7 57i J 
8 5 6* 

9 4° S 
1024 6 



48 
*3i 

f 

5ti 
34 ,J 



Laft quart. 6 day, 6 aftern. 
New moon 14 day, 6 morn. 



NOVEMBER hacn 30 days. 



Firft quart. 20 day, 10 aftern- 
Full moon 28 day, 9 morn. 



Af [/^l KalenJar, &c\ \ri.QJet\ ful l'ea\r.%s. 






9 

10 

li 
12 

*3 

*4 

1 

16 

l 7 

18 

*9 

20 
21 

22 

2 3 

; 2 4 
2 5 

26 

! 2 7 

;2g 
I29 
J30 



5 All Saints. Pretty cool 6 

6 apoge. rf/V. 6 
7 1 Some rain, 
-izi paft Trinity. 



Dreams are but inter ■- 
D O 9 /*dW which 

fancy makes ; when mo 
narch re a/on Jleeps, this 
) S3 «r/«/V wakes. 

Clock 1 6m. too flow. 
23 J paft Trinity. 

Frofty nights* 
Days length 9I1. 46m. 
4,6 9 N+iv comes rain 
SfJteVsN. Full tidcs.}7 
6 Day-break 5I1. 30m. }7 
7J 2> perig. &2 2 flfc ton 
j 24th paft Trin. plenty.*? 

2 />0/?y nights }\7 
3;°0 2) Blu/iering]j 
4 ; ;© in Jf 1 aftern. [7 
5i C/far and cooL\J 
6Day'sleng. 9 h. 26m. 7 

Windy weather. 7 

25th paft Trinity. (7 

Flying clouds, yj 

3 7 # s fouth uh. 1 8m. 87 
4| S O • Perhaps a\j 
5J8 20^ flurry ofli 
6;St. Andrew. fnow/j 



54 
55 
5^ 
57 
59 

o 

1 

2 

3 5 

4 

5 
6 

7 
9 5 

10 5 

11 5 

12 5 

*3 5 

H5 
*5 5 

*S 5 
16 

l 7 5 
185 

! 9 5 
20 5 
20 5 
21 

22 5 

2 3 5 



11 8 






7 21 



11 52, 8 14 

37 8 5s 

1 23 9 50 

2 8 

2 55 

3 4° 

6 1 

6 S3 

7 47 

8 22 

9 1 

10 14 

11 12 

8 

1 *5 

1 55 

2 44 

3 3 2 

4 19 
5 

5 5 
63 
7 «« 



9 12 

9 5; 
10 39 



10 47 

n 51 

Morn 

o 44 

« 38 

2 40 

3 4i 

4 43 

5 42 
Dfets 

6 27 

7 22 

8 23 

9 28 

10 35 

11 4I 

\4orn 

46 

1 50 

2 53 

3 54 

4 55 

5 56 
rife 

6 1 
.6 co- 






I, _Z> E C E_Tvf B E R hath 31 days. 

|;I»aft quart. 6 day, 2 afttrn. I Firft quart. .20 day, S morn, 
|! New moon 13 day, 6 aftern. [F ull moon 28diy, 4 morn. 
9 M\IV\ ^Kalendar, &c. \r.Qf.\fu!jea.\r 



7 #apog. Cold weather, j 
Advene Sunday. B 

Days length 9I1. 10m. [7 
Clock 9 m. too flow. 17 
Perhaps /now. ' [7 
DQ5 l& ^^;7 



leather for winterfj 



Conception 8. V. M 
2d in Advent. Rain 

or /now. 7 
7*s fouth 1 oh.. 16m. 
Nights Jcng. 141. 58m 
_, 6 O © High tides 

x 4 6j »Ut. 5 N. 819WR 
1 5! 7 1^ P er *£ e * Cold winter]'] 
16 

'7 
18 

*9 

20 
21 
22 

2 3 

24 



G 3d in Advent 
2'Day-break 5h. 52m 



like j 



weather 



47 *s fouth 9I1. 40m 
5 i D © D More moderate* 7 
6,#ir»'^f2 mor. Sh. day. 
7] (St. Tho. 
G +th in Advent. 
. 2 Day's length om 
25 j 3'CHRiSTM as. A ftorm 
26J 4 St. Stephen, may now 
271 5 St. John Ev. becxpefied 
2 8j6|gQ# Innocents. 
29J 7 T) apoge. Cold\j 

30.G blu ft ering weather* 
31 1 2t3ilveftcr. Adieu. 




o 



R 

( Nn. 1. ) 

Road to Newport- 



Groton, Barbtr, 4 

itonington, Hallam, 7 

Wcft«r)y, «c C 

•tht Bridge, J 

CharUftown, 

rower Hill, 

Ferry, 

Over the Ferry )Townf*nd 

t oNKWPoiT,)ar Law con 



Barber, 

Htllam, 

Babcock, 

Stanton, 

Hull, 

Franklin, 



A D S. " 

PUinneld, Elton, 
Volontown, D»xfon, 
Maje«, 



5° 



(NO. 11. ) 

Lowtr or Pofi-Road to 
Boston. 
(See Rca3 No. I.) 
To Tower-Hill, Hull, 41 
North Kngfton, Allen, 6 
Greenwich, Arnold, 10 

■Pullin^Mili, Stafford, 3 

Rthobotb, Slack, 4 

Attlaborough, Newell, 5 
_., Holmes, 4. 

Wrenthaffi, Maao, 5 

WalpoU, Heydcn, 6 

■ Downcs, % 

Dedharn, Amei or Gay, 8 
< Bracket, ,„ 
Boston, \ Htuh9 Jl 

116 



( No. III. ) 
Middlt Road to Boston 

thro* P*OVI»tNCE. 

^^^^^ Haughton or ) 

Raymond, ) 

Norwich, Lord, Lathrop, 

, Ciark, 

r»€<rrn Jtwttt, 
*"--■' L ' ' ' " " . "' 



Coventry, Brown, 
ScUuate, Manchcfter, 
Johnfcrj, Fifk, 

Watettown, 

Providence, RIc*, 

To Bofton, (See No. II Q 45 

104 



(No. IV.) 
From B )fion to Newbu- C 

ry-Por, |45 

From Newbtf»i-Port to 5 

Portfmouth, | 

From Portfrnoutb, to 

Portland, 



( N«. V. ) 

Poft-Road to Hartford^ by 

Mlddkiown* 

- ■ ■ Frink, % 

MontvilU, Allen, 7 

Colcheftcr, Cartey, 6 

mmmmmmmm fTainter, ^ 

Chatbara, Comtek, 7 

' Arnold, 3 

Htggins, 4 

■ Burn, M 

««*— fJSST ' 

Upper- hoofer, Sagr, a 

' Rocky- Hill, Grimer, 6 



(No. VI. ) 
Road to Dartmouth CoUigt. 
5 Haughton or 
I Raymond, ' 

5 Lord, Lath- 
top, Brown, ' 



Norwieh, 



Raid, 

JRipUr, 
Staniford, 
Clark, 
Lomii, 
Convtrs, 



WindhtiTJ, 

Adifof d, 

Union, 
Brimfield, 
Ciicikeb* River, 
Pahnc, Quinren, 

10 either tows, D wight, 
■Arahuift, Field, 
Sunderland, Billings, 
Mantaqu?, Root* 
Nonhfield, Hunt, 
Hinfdalr, Tailor, 
ChcfterfUJd, Show, 
V^efmor eland, Buttei field, 9 

9 

8 

i 

JO 

5 

5 
5 

187 



4 
8 

14 

7 

XI 

4 
% 
10 
8 
6 

14 

6 

11 

9 



WalpoU, Baldwin, 

1 Number 4* Walker, 

CI are moat, Wait, 

Corni/h, Chafe, 

Plcir.ruld, Smith, 

Lebanon, — ■■» 

College Brcwftcr, 



Fairfield, Penfield,' 9 

Norwalk, Reed, j± 
Middlefcx, Youngf, 
Stamford,. Webb, 

Horfe-Neck, Knap, 6 

Rje* Htviland, 6 

Merineck, Horton, 4 

New Roche!, Brufb, 4 

Eaft Chefter,Gu.yong, 3 

K;ngVBridg<, Hyar, 5 

New-Yo:k, _ij> 

*45j 



( No. VII. ) 
Road to Ntm-Havtn and 

jV,w Yotk. 

Lyme, Parfonr, 15 

Sty- Brook, ■■ % 4 

KiIlingworth,BueU, 9 

Guilford, Stone, 1° 

Branforl, — — , 10 

Milford, Clark, # *© 

Strntford, Benjamin, 4 



±rom JNtiv-Tork to i*£i- 
Udtlpbla* 
Newark, Kenny 10 

Elix*beth-Town,Graham, 6 
Woodbrldge, Jickfor, 
Brunfwick, Drike, 10 

Ten milta run, Jonet, 10 
Princeton, Beekrnar, 8 
Trenton , Bergen, 1. i 
Biiftol, McElroy, 

Penny Peck, Holmes, i c 
Frankfort, Martin, 
Philadelpkia, _ 

~9«! 



From Philadelphia to 
JiUxadria* 
Derby, Hayer, 

Cheflcr, Withy, S| 

Wilmington^BcntHy^ 13 
Chriftiana Bridge, Darby, 9 
Head Elk, Hollingfwoith 12 
Charisftown, Palmer, # ig 
Acrcfi Sufquchan. Dutbio, 7 
BaUimore, MXandlei 38 
l^be Rope-Ferry, 
5puryer*s Tavern, 



I Rofe a Tavern, 
Alexandria, Lomar, 



8 

81 

% 



IND 
JJANKU. S, dircaors, 51 

PAmbridge college, 83 
Cenfusofthe U.S. 87 
Collectors ftate tix, 27 

Comrniffioncrs of loans, 71 

— of public accounts, 

in Connecticut, * 

Cincinnati officers, 20 

Confuls, &c. 60 

Council, Connecticut, 3 

Courts, fuperior judges, 4 

Courts in Connecticut & ) 

MarTachufetts, ) 9 ° 

do. Rhode-Iftand, 86 J 

— Federal, 73 
Curtom-Houfe officers, 54 

QArtmouth college, 82 

Duties on goods, 30 

pXecutive department, 70 

p Airfield co. civil officer* 8 
Fees, cuftom-houfe, 37 
Freedom fociety, 64 

Freemen's- Meeting, 90 

QOveraors in America, 59 

pj Artford co. civil officers 4 
city ditto, 16 

[Nfpectors of revenue in) 
Connecticut, y 



E X. 

TUdiciary of the U.S. 71 

Kings, European, 63 

r Itchfidd co. civil office. 1 

A/t Iddlefex co. civil offic.i3 
city ditto, i 7 

Militia, Connecticut, j% 
Minifters of the gofpel, 22 
JvjEw-Haven co. officers, 5 
city ditto, X 6 

New-London co. officers, 

city ditto, 16 

Nomination for affiftants, 17 
Norwich city officers, 17 
Notaries public, 17 

pRobate judges & clerks, 14 

f^Eprefentatives,Connec. 18 
Rhode-Mand civil ofn.$5 

ditto college, 84 

SEamen, government of, 42 
Senators in Congress, 68 
Supervifors, 51 

*~£ A ble of exchange, 2 

Tolland co. civil offic.14 
Treafurer, Connecticut, 3 
Treafury,U.S. regulations47 
\\f Ar department, U.S. 74 

Windham co. officers ic 
Y"Aie college, 21 



The following are the periods when the feveral American 
States adopted theprefent Constitution, viz, 



Delaware, Decern* 3, 1787. 
Pennsylvania, Dec. 13, 1787. 
Ne<iv-Jerfey, Dec. 19, 1787. 
Georgia, Jan. 2, 1788. 

ConneEluut, Jan. 9. 1788. 
MajfachufetU, Feb. 6, 1788. 
Maryland, April 2 8, 1 7 88 . 
South -Carolina, May 2 3, 1 7 88. 
N. Hampjhtre, June 21,1788. 



Virginia, June 25, 1788 

Ne<w-Y*rkj July 25, 1788 
N. Carolina, Nov. 20> 1789. 
Rhodt.IJland, May, 29, 1790 
Vermont, admitted March 4, 
[1791 
Kentucky) to be admitted June 
[1, 1792. 



/?9# 



L 



r 

IQc 

974.6 
,C7673a 
1793 
1216977 



(SEN^ALOGY COL.»_E:cfl3l ! 



v 



yy&L 

I i 

I For the State of 

II CONNECTICUT: 

i 

W I T H A K ? 

| Stltnatiaclt, | 

1 For the Year of our LORD, I 

i ! 

| i 7 9 3> j 

< Calculated by Nathan Daboll, for | 

5 the Meridian cf New LsrJcn, Lac. I 

j 41. 25. North. I 



b new-london: 

I 

U PRINTED ^' T. CREEN J? SON. <£ $ , 



A TABLE (hewing the Value or any Number of -Lent* 
from one to one Hundred, in Sbii/wgs, Pence and Far- 
things.— Very ufeful to all Perfonj who may be con- 
cerned in the Duties eftablifhed by the Revenue Laws 
of Congrefs. 



Cts.\s. d. f.\\Cts.\ s. d. f. \Crs.\s. d. /. \\Cts. s. a. /, 



■ 3 

2 2 

3 O 

3 3 

4 ^ 

5 « 

6 o 



26 


1 


27 


1 


28 


1 


2 9 


1 


30 


1 


3 1 


1 


3* 


1 


33 


1 


34 


z 


35 


z 


36 


2 


37 


2 


1* 


2 


39 


2 


40 


2 


41 


2 


4* 


2 


43 


2 


44 


2 


45 


2 


46 


2 


47 


2 


43 


2 


49 


2 


J50 


3 



6 

7 
8 

9 
9 

10 
11 
11 



51 


302 


5* 


3 1 ^ 


53 


321 


54 


3 3 ° 


55 


3 3 2 


56 


3 4 1 


57 


3 5 ° 


5* 


3 5 3 


59 


362 


60 


3 7 1 


61 


380 


62 


3 8 3 


63 


3 9 * 


M 


3 10 


65 


3 10 3 


66 


3 11 2 


67 


401 


63 


410 


6 9 


4 1 3 


70 


422 


7i 


4 3° 


7* 


4 3 3 


73 


442 


74 


4 ] 1 


75 


460 



89 

90 

9 1 

9 2 

93 
94 
95 
9 6 

97 

93 

99 

[100 



3 
4 

4 

5 ^ 

6 1 

7 © 

2 3 

8 2 

o 

9 3 

10 2 

11 1 
o o 



A TABLE of the Weight and Value of Gold and Silver 
in the State of Connecticut. 

AN Englifh or French Crown, at - - £. o 6*. 8^. 
A Spanifh millM Dollar, at - 060 

An Englifh Guinea of the weight of 5dwt. 6gr. 1 8 o 
A French Guinea of the fame weight. - - 1 7 4 
A Johannes of the weight of 18 dwt r - - 4 16 o 
A Moidore of the weight of 6dwt. 18 gr. - 1 16 o 
A four Piftole Piece weighing i6dwt. I2gr. -480 



£ ( 3 ) 

MtQlfttV* 

£//?g/ Civil Officers in the State ofCON-\ 
NECriCUT, in the Tear 1793. 

w . B -*- 1216977 

His Excellency 

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, Efq. 

Governor. 

The Hon. Oliver Wolcott, Efq, 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

Assistants. 

William Williams, -efq. 
Benjamin Huntington, efq, 
Jofeph P. Cook, efq, 
Stephen M. Mitchel, efq, 
William Hillhoufe, efq. 
John Treadwell, efq. 
James Davenport, efq. 
Roger Newbury, efq. 
Heman Swift, efq. 
John Chandler, efq. 
Jonathan Ingerfol, efq. 
Tapping Reeve, efq. refigned, 



George Wyllys, efq. Secretary. 
Peter Colt, efq. Treafurer. 
Andrew Kingfbury, efq. Comptroller, 
(of public accounts 



( 4 ) 

Judges of the Superior Court. 
Hon. Eliphalet Dyer, efq. Chief Judge. 
uHon. Andrew Adams, efq. I Hon. Charles Chauncey, efq. 
[Hon. Jeffe Root, efq. | Hon. Eraftus Wolcott, efq. 

I George Pitkin, efq. clerk. 

I Civil oiticers &c. in the County ot Hartford. 
Judges of the County Court. 
Hon. Stephen M. Mitchel, efq. chief judge. 
|!Hon. John Treadwell, | Hon. John Chefter, 
Thomas Seymour, | Hon. Roger Newbury, efq'rs 

George Wyllys, efq. ckrk. 
Jujikes of Peace. 



George, Wyllys, 
John Lawrence, 
Noah Webfter, 
Jonathan Bull, 
Samuel Wyilys, 
William Mofely, 
John Trumbull, 
Ralph Pomeroy, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
William Imiay, 
John Robbins, 
Charles <Jhurche!l, 
Samuel W. Williams, 
Henry Allyn, 
Solomon G'rifwold, 
Solomon Whitman, 
Noadiah Hooker, 
Ichabod Norton, 
William Judd, 
Oliver Humphrey, 
Daniel Humphrey, 
Noah Phelps, 
Dudley Pet: 'bone, 
Alexander King, 
Gtdesh Granger, 
Thaddeus Leavett, 
EJiphalet Terry, 
John Reynold*, 
Klizur Talcott, 



Jonah Hale, 
Philip Seiew, 
Eiizur Hale, jun. 
John Curtifs, 
Jona. Wells, £. Hartford, 
George Pitkin, 
Eiilha Pitkin, 
Richard Pitkin, 
Afhbel Pitkin, 
ScJah Hart, 
Ifaac Lee, 
Gad Stanley, 
Simeon Hart, 
Zebulon Peck, }un, 
Jofeph Byington, 
Afahel Holcomb, 
Ozias Pettibone, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Judah Ho]comb,jun» 
Phlneas Sheldon, 
John Mix, 
Reuben Humphrey, 
Alex, Wokott, jun. 
Amos Granger, 
Nathan Haines Whiting 
Hezekiah Biifeli, 
Peter Colt, 
Solomon Dunham, 
Oliver Mather, 
Rofwcll Gftnr, 



I c ) 



Er^tus Wolcott, jun. 
Elihu Grifwold, 
Plinny Hylyer, 
Timothy Clark, 
William Wolcott, 



Frederick Elfworth, 
Chauncy Goodrich, 
Timothy Cheney, 
Oiiver Phelps, 

(efquires. 



John Trumbull, efq. ftate attorney 
Praclifihg attomies. John Trumbull, Chauncey Good 
rich, Thomas Young Seymour, William Mofeley, Eph 
raim Root, Noah Webfter, jun. Enoch Perkins, Theodore 1 
Dwight, John Lsthrop,Decius Wadfwonh,efq*r$,r7tfr//W. 
John Williams, Thomas Chefter,efq'rs, Wether sfiild. Wil- 
liam Judd, Timothy Pitkin, jun. efq'rs, Furm'mgton. He- 
fcekiah BifTell, Alexander Wolcott, Gaylord Grifwold, 
efq'rs, fVinafcr. Jona. Brace, efq. Glafie.'.bury. Nath'i 
Terry, Wm. K.ibbe, efq'rs, Enfield. Gideon Granger, ju § : 
Hez. Huntington, efqYs, Su field. Benja.Farnham, Wm. I 
Wiliiiton, efqYs, Symjbury. j 

Stephen Chefter, z((\. fberiff. 
Deputy -Jheriffs. John Dodd, Simon Ciark, Hartford.i 
Nathan Merrovv, E aft -II art ford. Simeon Belden, IVeihers- 
field. Roger Hooker, Farmin^ten. William RufFeil, Si 
meun Grifwold, JVindfor. Nehemiah Chandler, Enfield. 
Jonathan Janes, goaler. 
Town clerks. George Wyllys, efq. Hartford. Samuel 
'William Williams, efq. Wctbersfield. Henry AIlyn,~efq.' 
Windjor. Frederick Elfworth, efq. Eaft-Windfor John 
Mix, efq. Farmington. Mr. Syivefter Wells, Berlin. John, 
Curtifs, efq. Southington, Mr. Jonathan Stanley, Eaft- 
Hartford. Benjamin Farnham, efq. Simjbury. Alexander 
King, efq. Suffield. Eliphalet Terry, efq. Enfield. JofiahJ 
Hale, efq. Glaftenbury. Mr. Enos Ives, Bnjlol. Mr. Ju 
dah Holcomb, Granby. 



Civil Officers in the County of New -Haven. 
Judges of the County Court. 
Hon. Sa«nuerBifhop, efq. chief judge. 
Jcfeph Hopkins, efq, j Gideon Buckingham, efq. 
Andrew Ward, efq. i Simeon Briftol, efq. 

William Jofeph Whiting, efq. clerk. 
Juftices of Peace. 
Samuel Bifhop, Timothy Jones, 

David Auftin, | Henry D3gget, 



( 6 ) 



Nehemiah Smith, 
Ephraim Strong, 
Lewis Mallet, jun. 
Stephen Gunn, 
Thomas Clark, 
Eliphalet Hotchhifs, 
John Humphry, 
John Wekon, 
Oliver Stanley, 
Eiiakim Hall,jun> 
Caleb Cook, 
Street Hall, 
David Hall, 
Samuel Whiting, 
Daniel Hal!, 
Simeon Parfons, 
John Burgifs, 
Thomas Burgifs, }un. 
Auguftus Collins, 
William Starr, 
Elias Graves, 
Jofhua Bradley, 
William Jofeph Whiting, 
William Gould, 



Edward RufiTell, 
Ebenezer Ruffell, 
Jonah Clark, 
Reuben At water, 
Samuel Beach, 
John Peck, 
Thomas Darling, 
John Dibbje, 
David French, 
Jofiah Bradley, 
Simeon Briftol, 
Bazil Munfon, 
John Hubbard, 
Thomas Mansfield, 
Jofeph Pierpoint, 
Jofeph Darling, 
Samuel Davenport, 
Brenton Hall, 
Stephen Bail, 
Webb Tqmlinfon, 
Miles Munger, 
Dan Parmele, 
Levi Tomlinfon, 
J ©el Blackflee, efquires. 



Jonathan IngerfoUj efq. Jlate attorney 
PraHtfing attornies. Jonathan Ingerfoll, Pierpont Ed- 
wards, James Hillhoufe, Mark Leavenworth, William 
Hillhoufe, Elizur Goodrich, Dyer White, Simeon Baldwin, 
^David Daggett, Rofwell Judfon, efquires, New -Haven. 
^Oliver Standley, Samuel Woodruff, efqYs. Wallingfurd* 
[Nathaniel Rofleter, efq, Guilford. Abraham V. H. De 

[Witt, efq . Milford. Beach, efq. Derby. Kingf- 

bury, efq. Waterbury. 

Jonathan Fitch, efq, fheriff. 
Deputy Jber'ffs. Samuel Thacher, Jonas Prentice, Peter 
Woodward, John R. Throop, New-Haven. Aaron Cook, 
Walling ford* Michael Peck, Milford. Samuel Johnfon, 
Guilford. Jofeph Peck, goaler. 

| Toivn+'erks. Samuel Bifhop, efq. New Haven. Mr. 
jAmos Perkins, IVoodbridge. Jofiah Bradley, efq. Eaft- 
\Hcven. Jofeph Pierpont, efq. North Havtn. Simeon Bri- 
ftol, efq. Hamden. Mr. Elifha Whittelfey, jun. IVallingford. 



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Simeon Parfons, efq. Durham. Thomas Burgifs, efq.j 
Guilford, John Humphreys, efq. Deriy. Gideon Buck! ng-l 
ham, efq. mil ford, Samuel Beach, efq. Chefiire, Mr. Wm. j 
Leavenworth, Waterbury-. Edward Ruflell, efq. Branford. 

Civil Officers in the County of New London. 

Judges of tha County Court. 

Hon. William Hillhoufe, efq. chief judge. 

William Noyes, efq. I Benjamin Coit, efq. 

Charles Phelps, efq. Marvin Wait, efq. 

Winthrop Saltonftall, efq. clerk* 

juftices of Peace. 



Timothy Green, 
Jofhua Coit, 
Grifwold Avery, 
Jofeph Harris, 
Thomas Shaw, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
Simon Tracy, 
Elijah Backus, 
Chriftopher Leffingwell, 
Samuel Tracy, 
Rufus Lathrop, 
Samuel Leffingwell, 
Jonathan Huntington, 
John M. Breed, 
Andrew Tracy, 
Benja. Huntington, jun. 
Elifha Hyde, 
Samuel Mott, 
John Tyler, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
John Avery, 
Jonathan Brewfter, 
Elias Brown, 
Daniel Morgan, jun* 
John Williams, 
Nathaniel Minor, 
Jonathan Palmer, jun. 
Wm. Williams,of Stoning- 
Jolhua Babcock, (ton. 



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Elijah Palmer, 

Joftiua Prentice, 

Latham Hull, 

Ebenezer Ledyard, 

Amos Prentice, 

Thomas N. Niles, 

Amos Geer, 

Thomas Avery, 

Stephen Billings, 

Charles Eldredge, jun. 

Robert Allyn, 

Ezra Selden, 

Richard Wait, 

Seth Ely, 

Andrew Grifwold, * 

Matthew Grifwold, jun. 

John Watrous, 

Daniel Foot, 

Afa Foot, 

Jofeph Imam, junj 

David Kilborn, 

Henry Champion, jun. 

Eliphalet Bulkeley, 

Nehemiah Waterman, ju. 

Benjamin Throop, 

Ebenezer Hartfhorn, 

Eli Hyde, 

John Perkins, 

Ezra Bifhop, 



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John G. Hillhoufe, J George Williams, 

JoPnua Raymond, I Nathan Lord. 

Andrew Huntington, 

Jofhua £ort, efq. fiate attorney. 

Pratlifing attornm. Jofhua Coit, Jeremiah G. Brainard 
El'ias Perkins, efqVs, New-London. Benja. Huntington 
Afa Spajding, Jonathan Frifbie, Elifha Hyde, Roger Grif- 
wold, Henry Huntington, Samuel Huntington, 3d, Will" 
am S. Hart, James Lanman, efqYs, Norwich. Nath 
Minor, efq. Stoningttn. Elifha Williams, Frederick Ally 
efq'rs, Groton. Jeremiah Halfey, Nathan Peters, efq'rs, 
Prefion. William Townfend, Charles Bulkcley, 2d.'| 
Enoch Huntington, efq'rs, Colchefter. Matthew Grifwold, 
jun. Richard M'Curdy, David M. Jewet, efq'rs, Lyme. 
Jofhiia Huntington, efq. fieriff. 

Deputy -Jberiffs . William Richards, New -London. Bela 
Peck, Norwich. Elijah Bingham, Lyme*. Ephraim Wil- 
ams, Stonington. 

Goalers. Ebenezer Douglas, New-London. Seth Miner, 
Norwich. 

Town-clerks. John Owen, New-London. Benjamin 
Huntington, jun. efq. Norwich. CoK David F. Sill, Lyme. 
Charles Eldredge, jun, efq. Groton. Stephen Avery, 
Stonington. John Watrous, efq. Cofcbefitr: Daniel Mor- 
gan, jun. efq. Prefion. John Raymond, Mont<viUe. He- 
zekiah Burnham, Lijbon. Ebenezer Backus, Bozra. Eli 
Hyde, efq, Franklin. 



Civil Officers in the County of Fairfield, 

Judges of the County Court. 

Hon. Jofeph Piatt Cook, efq. chief judge. 

Hon: John Chandler, efq. I Philip B&rr Bradley, efq. 

Lemuel Sanford, efq. | Hon. fames Davenport,efq. 

David Burr, efq. c'trk. 

Jujliccs of Peace, 



Jonathan Sturgis, 
Daniel Judfon, 
Robert Walker, 
>bij«h M'Ewen, 
Daniel Fairchild, 
Abraham Brinfmade, 



Ab<jah Stirling, 
Deodate Silliman, 
Daniel Morfe, 
Jofeph Strong, 
b.imuel Squire, 
Andrew Rowland, 



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Ebenezer Jefiup, 
George Burr, 
Thaddeus Bctts, 
Eliphalet Lockwood, 
Matthew Mead, 
Samuel C. Silliman, 
John M'Kay, 
Benjamin Mead, 
John Benedict, 
Daniel Cooley, 
Eli Mygatf, 

Thad. Benedift >Da/*bury t 
Thomas Taylor, 
Nehemhh Beardfley, 
James Potter, 
Zaccheus Towner, 
Jabez Botsford, 
William Edmond, 
Henry Peck, 

Thad. Benedict, Reading, 
Daniel Duncan, 
Timothy Ruggles, 



John Davenport, jun. 
Charles Webb, 
Reubtn Scofield, 
Amos Mead, 
Jabez Fitch, 
Samuel Wakeman, 
Elifha Mills, 
Daniel Bennet, 
Jofcph Smith, 
John Sherwood, 
James Clark, 
Dudley Baldwin, 
Philip Nichols, 
Dan Towner, 
Jabez H. Tomlinfon, 
Andrew L. Hill,, 
Job Bartram, 
Ezekiel Wilfon, 
Samuel B. Sherwood, 
David Allen, 
Jofeph Noyes,' 
David Baldwin. 



Andrew Rowland, efq. ft ate attorney 
Praclifing attorn'ns. Andrew Rowland, Jonathan Stur-I 
ges, Dudley Baldwin, Jofeph Noyes, David Burr, Lewis. 
Burr Sturgss, efq'rs, Fairfield. Thomas Fitch, Taylor' 
Sherman, efq'rs, Norioalk. Thaddeus Benedict, Samuel 
S. Smith, efq'rs., Reading. John Davenport, Jonas Prentice/, 
efq'rs Stamford, Wm. Edmond, NchemiarfStrong, efq'rs," 
Newtown. Elifha Whittelfey, Matthew B. WhittalfeyJ 
Ifaac Ives, sfq'h x Dan!>uiy. William A. Thompfon, Wil-j 
liam Hawley, efq'rs, Greenwich. Jofeph Walker, Samuel 
W. Johnfon, William P. Beers, efq'rs, Stratford. Ifaac 
Mills, efq. Huntington. Samuel Burr Sherwood,efq. JVefton; 

Elijah Abel, efq. ft.'eriff. 
Deputy -Jherijfu David Maltbie, Matthew Reed, Zach- 
ariah'Lyon, Aaron Morehoufe, Amos Hayt, David Beers, 
Hezekiah Clark. 

\ Goalen. Jeffe Benedict, Frederick J. Whiting. 
I Tc>zvn-t!erks. Nathan BuJkley, efq. Fairfie/d. Robert 
Walker, efq. Stratford. Samuel G ru m ,mond , No-walk . 



John Hayt, jun. Stamford, Jabez Fitch, efq. Greenwich, 
Benjamin Smith, Ridgfield, Major Taylor, Dar.bury. 
Amos Hubbel, New -Fairfield, Caleb Baldwin, efq. New- 
town, Lemuel Sanford, efq. Reading, Nathan Wheeler, 
Wejion, Elifha Mills, Huntington, Afhbel Ruggles, jun. 

Brookfidd, 



Civil Officers in the County of Wmdbam*,, 

Judges of the County Ceurt, 

Hon. William Williams, efq. chief judge, 

Ebenezer Devcticn, efq. j Thomas Grcfvenor, efq. 

CoruiahtSouthworth,efq. j James Gordon, efq. 

Samuel Gray, efq. clerk. 

Juftices of Peace, 



Kezekiah Manning, 


Elifta Childs, 


Kezekiah Ripley, 


Jedidiah Morfe, 


Timothy Larrabee, 


Nathaniel Marcey, 


Samuel Gray, 


Benjamin Sumner, 


Zephaniah Swift, 


Benjamin Clark, 


Jonathan Trumbull, 


Ifaac Perkins, 


John Clark, 


Simeon Smith, 


James Pineo, 


Sampfon Howe, 


Eikanah Tifdale, 


Jafon Phips, 


Feleg Thomas, 


Thomas Dyke, 


Jeremiah Mafon, 
Eliiha Peikins, 


Jofeph Baker, 


Ebenezer Mofeley, 


William Dickfon, 


Ifa&c Bennett, 


Andrew Backus, 


Jofeph Scarborough, 


John Douglafs, 


Eliafhib Adams, 


Tofttua Dunlap, 


Eleazar Moffatt, 


David Payne, 


James Denifcn, 


Sherebiah Butt, 


Daniel Tiiden, 


A fa Witter, 


John Gafton, 
Mojfes Cleveland, 


Daniel Frcft, 


Allen Campbell, 


Jabez Ciark, 


Jofeph Wylie, 


John M'CleHan, . 


John Williams, 


Anthony Bradford, 


John Salter, 


Thaddeus Learned, 


Experience Storrs, 


Benjamin Dow, 


Samuel Thompfon, 


Elifha Payne, 


JefTe Williams, 


Lemuel lngolds. 



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Timothy Larrabee, efq. ftate attorney. 

Pratlifng attormes. Timothy Larrabee, Jabez Clark, 
lephaniah Swift, Lehbeus Larrabee, Samuel Perkins, 
fq'rs, IV'mdbam. Elifha Paine, Mofe* Cleveland, efq'is, 
anterbury. William Dickon, Calvin Coddard, efqYs, 
Ualnfield. John Parifh, Ralph Ifaacs, efq'rs, Brooklyn. 
>avki Eiffel, Sylvanus Backus, cfqVs, Ptmfret. John Mc 
leilan,efq. PPoodflock. Ebenezer Dutton, jun. ztq.Lebanon. 
Shubael Abbe, efq. Jhertff. 

Deputy -JJjeriffs. Henry Webb, Phincas Abbe, Wmdhcm. 
»emuel Dorranoe, Fc!unto<zv:i. Eleazer Conant, Mansfield. 
!.,. Burnham, Ajhfvrd. ■ Holmes, JVotdJtock, 

Valter Hough, Canterbury. 

Phlneas Abbe, go*ier%- 

Town clerks. Me zekfab Ripley, e(q. PV\ndham. Willi, 
m Williams, efq. Lebanon. Conftafot Southworth, efq. 
Mansfield; J6(ias Boyies., Ajhprd. Jed id: ah Morfe, efq. 
Vozd'jlock. Jofiah Sabin, Pomfret. Seth Payne, efq. 
Irook'ytu Jacob Drefier, Thdmfiti* Snmpfon Howe r efq. 
<£i-!'ng/y, Benjamin Dow, efq. Polutftmm. William Ro- 
)infon, ]*?arnjrfld. Walter Hough, Canterbury. Thomas 
rtedraan, Hampton. 



Civil officers in the County of Litchfield, 

judges., of the County Court. 

Hon. Jbfh.ua Porter, efq. chief judge. 

.Hon. Heman Swift, efq. | Nathan Hale, efq. 

Aaron Auftin, efq. David Smith, efq. 

Ifaac Baldwin, efq. clerk. 

J unices of Peace 



Jomua Porter, 
Tapping Reeve, 
Daniel Sherman, 
Ifaac Baldwin, 
David Welch, 
Reubea Smith, 
Abraham Bradley, 
James Morrifs, 
David Hurd, 
Hezekiah Thompfon, 
Benjamin Hinman, 



Sherman Boardman, 
Daniel Everi?, 
Nathan Elliot, 
Jethro Hatch, 
Jedidiah Hubbel, 
Daniel Grifwold, 
David Downs, 
Ifaac Parde, 
Lott Norton, 
Daniel Potter, 
Shubael Grifwold, 






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Daniel Catlm, jun. 
Mark Prindle, 
Epaphras Sheldon, 
Adonijah Strong, 
Charles Burrall, 
Samuel Forbs, 
Giks Pettibcne, 
Dudley Humphry, 
Samuel Nam, 
Afaph Hall, 
Elifha Sill, 
Judah Keilogg, 
John Pierce, 
Edward Rogers, 
Juftus Sacket, 
Daniel N. Brinfmade, 
John Whittelfey, 
Oliver Parmely, 



David Ambler, 
Thomas Fenn, 
Seih Smith, 
Eliphaz Aiverd, 
Elijah Rockwell, 
Jofcph Wilder, 
Eleazer Enfign, 
Uriel Holmes, 
Elifha Smith, 
Samuel Lee, 
Nathaniel Swift, 
Auguftin Taylor, 
Eli Curtifs, 
Adino Hale, 
Jofiah Starr, 
Ebenezer Moody, 
Juftus Jchnfon, 
Uriah Tracy, enquires. 



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Tapping Reeve, efq. Jlate attorney, 
Pra&ifing attorntei. Tapping Reeve, Ifaac Baldwin, 
jun. Ephrajm Kirby, Uriah Tracy, John Alien, Samuel 
Marftl, John Bird, Frederick Wolcott, efquires, Litchfield* 
Eli Curtifs, efq. Waurto'iun. Hezekiah Thomfon, Nathan 
Prefton, Nathaniel Smith, efq'rs- Woodbury Edward Hin-, 
man, Benj. Stiles, jun. Simeon Flinman, tfq'rSy Soutbbuty, 
Daniel N. Brinfmade, "William Cogfwell, efqVs» rV&f?Ang-\ 
ton, Daniel Everett, Samuel Boftwick, Nicholas S, Malt-! 
ers, Philc Ruggles, efq u ires, Neiv Mi/ford, Jonathan £4 
iParmeley, Daniel W. Lewis, efq, Kent. Judfon CanfTcld,; 
John C. Smith, efq>s, Sharon. Adonijah Strong, Jofeplv 
Canfield, Elima Sterling, tfq'rs, Sallftury. John Elmore, 
Rufus Stanley, efq*rf, Canaan. Dudley Humphreys, Ed- 
mond Akens, Auguflus Peuibone, efq'rs, Norfolk. Uriel 
Holmes, efq. Nevj-Hanford. 

Lynde Lord, efq. Jheriff. 
Deputjtjbfriffi. Alexander Catlin, ~Lynde Lord, jun. 
:■ Amos Clark, BetbUm, David WhitteM-.y, 
-t. Eberie2 r Baldwin, Wenu-Mi/fcrJ. James 
Giles Petti bone, jun. Nor/Jk: 
Elijah Wadfworth, goaler* 
Tow* cterU. Mofc«>eymour, Littb/tgfJ. AnerBradley, 
rfoivn. Mofes Hawl-y, Beiblem. Nathan Prefton, f J 



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Woodbury* Incieafe Mofeley, efq. Soutbbury. Daniel S 
Brinfrnade, efq. Wajbingten. Elima Boitwick, New-) 
Miifir J. Jedidiah Hubbel, efq. Kent. Daniel Grifwold," 
tfq. Skaron. Judah Kellogg, efq. Cornwall. Afa Hutch- j 
infon, Salt/bury. Benajah Douglafs, Canaan. Dudley; 
Humphreys, efq. Norfolk. Jofeph Rockwell, Coicbrcok. 
Adino Hale, Go/ben. Epaphras Sheldon, efq. TorringtonJ 
Eiiphaz Allvord, efq. tVincbefter. Gerfhom Holmes, jfor-j 
ren. Eleazer Enfi&n, efq, Hurtland. Ifrael Jones, Bark- 
bempftcd. JofepU Loomis, New Hartfird* Daniel Catiin, 
|un. efq. Rarwinton. 



Civil Officers in the county of Middhfex. 

Judge s of the County Court. 

Hon. William Hart, tfq. chief judge. 

John Dickinfon, efq. I Ebenezer White, tfq. 

Hezekiah Brainard, efq. j Hezekiah L.ine, efq. 

Stephen Titus Hofmer, efq. clerk. 

Jufticet of I\ace. 



William Hart, 
Matthew Talcotf, 
Philip Mortimer, 
Elijah T red way, 
Comfor: Sage, 
Ifaac Miller, 
A (her Miller, 
Elijah Hubbard, 
Jofeph Brooks, 
Nehemiah Brainard, 
Cornelius Higgins, 
Ezra Brainard, 
Timothy Star key, 
Jedidiah Chapman, 
Samuel Tulley, 
George .Eliot, 
Jeb Wright, 
Abraham Pierfon, 
Martin Lord, 
Jabez Chapman, 



Timothy Gates, 
Ifrael Spencer, 
John Perceval, 
David Sage, 
John Clark, 
Jonathan PenfUld, 
Sr.muel W. Dana, 
WHiiam Morgan, 
Ifaac Spencer, jun. 
Benjamin Williams, 
Amos Churchill, 
Ifaac Grisiicy, 
Thomas Sill.man, 
Bryan Parmele, 
Hezckiah Goodrich, 
Thomas Mofeley, 
Jonathan Lay, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
Chance? Bulkley, 
John Hart, 
James Bill, efquires. 
A ihcr Miller, efq. ftate a ttorney . 



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Prtftijing attorntcs. Afher Miller, Samuel W. Dana, 
Ezekiel Woodruff, Stephen T. Hofmer, Matthew T. Ruf- 
Ifell, William Brown, William Plumbe, efq'rs, Middleto<wn. { 
Jonathan O. Mofeley, Daniel Chapman, Jared Spencer, 
Daniel Lyon, efq'rs, Eaft-lladdam. David Wright, efq 
Killing'worth. —Backus, efq Say brook, 
Enoch Parfons, efq. fieriff. 
Deputy -Jberifs. William Gelflon, Eaji-Haddam, Wm 
Smith, Haddam. Daniel Shepherd, jun. Chatham 4 Dan 
forth Clark, Say brook. 

Gaolers, Wm. Red field yMiddletown. Wm. Smith, Haddam, 
Town- clerks. Mr. Bezaleel Fifk, Middletoion. Jona 
than Penfteld, e(q, Chatham. Nehemiah Brainard, efq 
Haddam, Timothy Gates, efq. Eaft-Haddam, Samuel 
Tully, efq, Saybrsok, Ab'm Pierfon, efq. Killingivorth 
Civil Officers, &c. in the county of "Tolland, 
JucJgss of the County Court, 
Hon. Samuel Gilbert, efq. chief judge. 
Jeremiah Ripley? efq. j Solomon Wills, efq. 
Reuben Sikes, efq. John Phelps, efq. 

Ephraim Grant, jun. efq. clerk. 
Juftices of Peace 



Samuel Gilbert, 
Samuel Chapman, 
Jeremiah Weft, 
Samuel Carver, 
Ichabod Warner, 
Elijah While, 
Abraharx Burnap, 
Ephraim King/bury, 
Daniel Elfworth, 
Matthew Hyde, 
Elijah Kellogg, 
Elihu Marvin, 
Benjamin Buell, 

Sylvefter Gilbert, efq. ft ate attorney. 
P'rcel'ifngattcrnici. SylvefUr Gilbert, Leonard E. La 
throp, ef quires, Hebron. S. Whittelfty, Jonathan Barns, 
William Cobb, 1 fqui.es, Tolland. 

Elijah Chapman, jun. tfq fierijf. 
j! Deputy fcenjji. Eber Robinfon, To land. John Gil 
ijbei t, Hebron. Jcfle Convers, Stafford. 

Ebenezer Sptncti , gaoler. 



Sylvefte'r Gilbert, 
Timothy Dutton, 
Thomas Pitkin, 
Ifaac Pinney, 
Jfaac Foot, 
Jeffe Cady, 
Solomon Wales, 
John Sef&ons* 
Samuel Dunton, 
Elijah Johnfon, 
Benajah Strong, 
Oliver King, efquires. 



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Town clerks, Mr. Benoni Sheppard,7V/*«<f. Mr. John 
Hale, Coventry. Sylvefler Gilbert, efq. Hebron, Elijah 
White,- efq. Bolton. Matthew Hyde, efq. Ellington. Mr. 
Zerah Kibbe, Somers. Mr. Samuel Blodget, Stafford. 
Mr. Elijah Holt, Willington. Mr. « Lawfon, Union. I 



Courts of Probate in the State of Connecticut. 



J Jonathan Bull, efq. judge, 
} Mr. James Wells, clerk, 
C John Treadwell, efq. judge, 
I Mr. Martin Bull, clerk. 
\ Noah Phelps, efq. judge, 
/ Mr. Amherft Phelps, clerk. 

JEraftus Wolcott, jun, efq. judge, 
Mr. Arodi VVolcott, clerk. 
i Samuel Biihop, efq. judge, 
I Jofeph W. Whiting, efq. clerk; 
5 Jofeph Hopkins, efq. judge, 
/ Mr. JefTa Hopkins, clerk. 

J Oliver Stanley, efq. judge, 
Mr. Hun Munfon, clerk, 
J Edward Rufleil, efq* judge, 
Col. John Eliot, clerk. 
\ William Hiilhoufe, efq. judge, 
I Jofhua Coir, efq. clei k. 
J Andrew Huntington, ejq. judge, 
I Mr. Zachanah Huntington, clerk. 
\ Charles Phelps, efq. judge, 
I Mr; John Denifon, 3d. clerk. 
K Andrew Rowland, efq. judge, 
I Mr. Samuel Rowland, clerk. 
C John Davenport, jun. efq. judge, 
C J-mas Davenport, clerk. 
Wofeph Piatt Cook, efq. judge, 
. £ Mr. Jofeph Piatt Cook, jun. clerk. 
S Robert Walker, efq. judge, 
I Mr. Jofeph Walker, clerk. v 

J William Williams, efq. judge, 
Mr. Thomas Williams, clerk. 
J Thomas Grofvenor, efq. judge, 
Mr. Lemuel Grofvenor, clerk. 



Plainfeld, 

Litchfield, 

Sharon , 

New-Milford, 

Woodbury 

Norfolk, 

Mlddletown, 

E aft -Had dam, 

Say-Brook, 

Stafford, 

Hebron, 



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C John Douglafs, tfq. judge, 
I James Gordon, efq. clerk. 

J Hon. Oliver Wolcott, efq. judge, 
Mr. Frederick Wolcott, clerk. 
J Jolhua Porrer, efq. judge, 
J Mr. Auguftus Porter, clerk. 
C Daniel Everett, tfq. judge, 
/ Mr. Nicholas S. Matters, clerk. 
1 Daniel Sherman, efq. judge, 
I Mr. Daniel Sherman, jun. clerk. 
I Giles Pettibone, efq. judge, 
I Mr. Dudley Humphrey, clerk. 

JAfher Miller, efq. judge, 
Mr. Bezaleel Fiflc, clerk. 
J Ifaac Spencer, jun. efq. judge, 
I Mr. Jared Spencer, clerk. 
J Hezekiah Lane, efq. judge, 
I Mr. Dan Lane, clerk. 
i John Phelps, efq. judge, 
J Mr. Howard Moulton, clerk. 

J Samuel Gilbert, efq judge, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, efq. clerk. 



( Notaries Public. 

In Hartfcrd, Enoch Perkins, Noah Webfter, jun. efq'rs. 

New Haven, Elizur Goodrich, efq. 

New-London, Jofhua Coit, efq. 

Norwich, Samuel Huntington, 3d. efq. 

Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges, efq. 

Middle town, Matthew T. Ru (Tell, efq. 

Trtfion, Samuel Mott, efq. 

Woodfiock, Jedidiah Morfe, efq. 

Plainfie/d, Calvin Goddard, efq. 



CORPORATIONS 

City if New Haven. 
Hon. Roger Sherman, efq. mayor* 
Aldermen. 
Samuel Biftiop, efq. I Timothy Jones, efq, 
David Auftin, efq. | Henry Daggett, efq. 
Capt. John R. Throop, 7 ~ m \— 
Capt. feter Woodward, $ mcuff$ ' 
Simeon Baldwin, efq. city clerk. 
Their annual meeting the firfi Tve/day in June. 



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City of New- London. 
Hon. Richard Law, efq. mayor* 
Aldermen. 
Marvin Wait, efq. j Edward Halhm, efq. 

Winthrop Saltonftall, efq. | Thomas Shaw, efq. 
Mr. Lyman Law, clerk of city court. 
Common Council Men. 
MefliVs Guy Richards, SImsn Wolcott, Samuel Wheat, 
John Hallam, Rich .rd W. Parkin, Jofhua Starr. 
Maj. William Richards, 1 >v .«.„ 
Mr. Jofhua HeropfW, J ****** 
John Owen, city clerk. 
Guy Richards, city treasurer. 
Infpe&ors of Hay. 
MeflVrs Michael Melally, Peter Chriftophers, John 
Dallam. 

Pound Keepers. 

MenTrs Joftiua Hempfted, Steph. Holt, Thad. Brooks. 

Sealer of Weights and Meafures. 

Mr. Clark Elliott. 

Mr. James Beebe, crier. 

Their annual meeting tbefecond Monday in Jung* 

City of Hartford. 
Thomas Seymour, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Samuel Wyllys, efq. I Barnabas Deane, efq. 

Jonathan Bull, efq. j John Trumbull, efq. 

William Adams, efq. clerk. 
Mr. James Welles, 7 - . m 

Mr. Simon Clark, J fil€nff$ - 

Their annua/ meeting the laft Monday in March, 
in n— in— «i 
City o/Mipdletowh. 
Afher Miller, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Elijah Hubbard, efq. j Chauncy Whittelfey efq. 

George Phillips, efq. j Samuel W, Dana, a(<\, 

Mr. Samuel CanfieM, 1 - .,_ 
Mr. Nathan Strong, J wentti. 
William Brown, efq. clerk. 
Their annunl meeting the third Monday in January, 



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City of Norwich. 
Hon. Benjamin Huntington, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
EUma Hyde, efq. Chrifto. Leffingweil, efq. 

Jofeph Williams, efq. J Jofeph Perkins, efq. 
Mr, Benjamin Tracy, 7 - .#* 
Mr. Shubael Breed, J mentis. 
Benjamin Huntington, jun. efq. clerk. 
Their annua! meeting the firfi Tuefday in July* 



Town Officers for the Town of New-London, 
for the Year 1792. 
Mr. John Owen, town clerk. 
Mr. John Woodward, "") 
Mr. Jothua Starr, 

Capt. John Demon, y Selectmen. 

Capt. Thomas Allen, jun. } 
George Williams, efq. J 

Mr. Guy Richards, treafurer. 
Confiableu Stephen Maynard, Richard Douglafs, 2(5. 
Joihua Hempfted. 

j Fence Veiveru Stephen Maynard, David Smith, Baniel 
Latimer, William Hempfted, Thomas Allen, jun. Wil- 
liam Douglafs, Edward Morgan, George Williams, Jomaa 
Hempftead, James Rogers, 2d. 

Leather Sealers, Robert Manwaring, David Smith. 
Sealer of Weights and Meafures . Nathan Bailey, 
Infpeclcrs of Wood. Ebenezer Douglafs, Jonathan Doug- 
lafs, Thaddeus Brooks. 

Gangers, Ebenezer Douglafs, Ebenezer Holt, Archi- 
bald Robertfon. 

Pound Keepers. Jofhua Hempftead, Jabez Beebe, Ne- 
hemiah Richards, Nathaniel Waterhoufe, Conrlant Crock- 
er, Walter Chappel, Ephraim Leech, John Btckwith, Paul- 
Smith, James Thompfon, George Williams. 

Tythingmen. James Beebe, 2d. Daniel Ames, Ifaac 
Chapel, 2d. Thomas Manwaring. 

Ilaywards. Eben'r Dart, Nathan Baley, Jabez Beebe, 
[Solo. Rogers, Conftant Crocker. 

Removers of Incumbrances, Michael Melally, Stephen 
[Maynard, Jofhua Hempfted, John Haliam, Thomas Allen, 
jun, James Rogers, 2d. William Douglafs. 



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Grammar fchool Committee. John Hallam, Guy Richards, 
Robert M anwari ng. 

Committee to divide School Money. The fame as above. 

ji>rentfortbeT*ivn. Jofhua Coit, efq. 

Grandjurers, Paul Smith, Ebenezer Dart, Lemuel Da- 
pw, Thomas Pcmber, Waiter Chappel. 

Surveyors of Highways. Jofhua Starr, James Rogers, 
John Defhon, Edward Hallam, David Manwaring, Jere- 
miah Miller, Jofeph Harris, John Rogers, Daniel Latimer, 
Thomas Harding, Picket Latimer, Samuel Bolles, Wait S. 
Avery, George Douglafs, Grifwoid Avery, James Rogers, 
ttd. Solomon Rogers, Ezra Harris, Samuel Morgan, Lemuel 
Darrow, Benajah Gardiner, Ifaac Chapel, Walter Chappel, 
Ebenezer Dart, Daniel Howard, Samuel Swaddle, David 
iMTiith, Samuel Beebe, jun. Samuel Taber, jun. Lemuel 
Calkins, Hezekiah Smith, Nathaniel Waterhoufe, Thomas 
Jrember, Jonathan Douglefs, Richard Demon. j 

J Lifters. Jared Starr, Guy Richards, John S. Miller, 
'John Defhon, Edward Hallam, Thomas Allen, jun. Guy 
j Wheeler, Thomas Douglafs, Daniel Howard, Caleb Moore, 
Wait S. Avery, Jofhua Starr, King Smith, Richard Jerom, 
Ezra Harris, Picket Litimer, Elias Perkins. 

UNION BAN K in N ew-London. 

Jedijmah Huntington, Efq. President. 

PIRICJO R'S. 



Samuel Wood bridge, 
Guy Richards, 
Jofeph Williams, 
Samuel Wheat, 
Jofeph Perkins, 
George Phillips. 



MefTVrs Jed. Huntington, 
Jofhua Lathrop, 
Marvain Wait, 
Jofeph HowIaRd i 
William Stewart, 
Daniel L. Coit, 
Edward Haiiaro, 

John Hallam, Cafhier 
DjreFtors chofen annually by the Stockholders^ on the f.rji 
Monday in March, 

RULES ohferved at the BANK in New -London, 
HE Office will be opened from 10 to 12 o'clock in 
the Morning, and from 2 t® 4 in the Afternoon. j 
Notes for Difr.ount will be received in the Morning of 



( 3Q ) 

Tuefdays and Fridays, and the Money paid m the After-* 
noon of the fame Days. 

Payments at the Bank muft be examined at the Time, 
as no Deficiency fuggefted afterwards, can be admitted.: 
The funded Debt of the United State*, national Bank Stock, "„ 
and Stock of the Union Bank in New- London, will be re- 
ceived, inftead of other Security, under the Regulation 
'prefcribed at the Bank. ^ 

Money, due on Bilis or Notes, left with the Bank for 
Collection, will be collected free of Expence, except in cafe 
of Proteft or Suit, when the Charge of Proteft, and necefla-' 
ry Expences of Suit, mwft be borne by the Perfon lodging 
the Bill or Note. j 

Form of a Note negotiable at the Bank. 

/ A ■ ■■■ S ■ ■ " ofC ■ , promife, for Value received, to 

pay to D £— . §f F , or Order , at the Union Bank' 

in Ne-iv London , Dalian and dat:, ivitbtn Sixty 

Days from the Date hereof 9 at G • --, this Day cf 

179 . In frefence of 

The Note muft be endorfed by the Perfon in whofe 
Favour it is drawn. 

No Notice will be given from the Bank when Notes 
are due. 



Hart ford B ANK. 

John Caidwih, Prtfiient. 

DIRECTORS. 

Mefli'rs Jere. Wadiworth, Timothy Burr, 
John Caldwell, James Watfon, 

John Morgan, Cjkb Bull, 

George Phillips, F.phraim Root. 

Barnabas Deane, 

Hczekiih Merrill, Cafhier. 
RULES to be cbftrved *t the H ar tfor d Bank. 

THE 3mk to be opened every day in the year, except I 
Sundays, public Fafts, Thankfgivings, Chriftma~,' 
and th- Fourth ©f July, from the hour of 9 o'clock till is 
o'clock in the morning, and from 2 o'clock to 5 in the 
afternoon, Saturday afternoon excepted. 

Propefal» for Difcount will be received every Wednef-. 
day, a td If accepted, the money will be paid the follow- j 
ing day. ! 



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Payments m.ide at the Bank, are never fubjeft to revi 
lions— errors (if any) muft be discovered before the money 
is taken off the Counter. 

In order to obtain difcount, a note exprefiing the fum 
wanted (in Dollars) muft be inclofed in a letter, directed 
to the Cafhier of the Hartford Bank, with an indorf- 
er, requeuing Difcount may be made for any number of 
days not exceeding Forty five. 

Notes prefented for Difcount, muft be executed in the 
city of Hartford, and the drawer or the indorfer, muft be 
a refident within faid city. 

Charge mail be taken in faid Bank, of the gold and di- 
ver of all rhofe who chufe to place it there, free'of expence, 
and will be kept fubjeel to their order, payable at fight. — 
And they will receive depofits of ingots of gold, bars- of 
fiiver, wrought plate, or other valuable articles of fmall 
bulk, and 'return the fame on demand to the depositor. 

Bills and notes left at the office for collection, will be 
prefented for acceptance, and the money collected or de- 
manded withou-t expence, except in cafe of proteft ; the 
charges of which mall be paid by the perfon lodging the 
bill or note. 

Gold 2nd illver coins will be received and paid accord- 
ing to the laws ertabliihed by the Congrefs of the United 
States. 

By afubpquer.t Rcfofoc oftbr. Prefdcnt & Directors — notes 
executed in any of the Cities in this State, made payable 
at the Hartford'Bank, with one Indorfer resident in the city 
of Hartford, ihall be received for difcount. 

Tim the time of difcount be prolonged to rlxty days. - 

That all notes prefented for difcount will be received 

daring the hours of bufmefs on Monday and Thursday 

in each week, and if accepted, the money will be p*id on 

tiie day following. 

Form of Koti prefented for difcount. 

- Days after date^ I "prsmije to pay to • - - . 

or order, tit t&t Hartford Bank, Dollars — Cents, 

lvalue nci'rvid in the City cf J — , this . day of , 

'79 . 

—*»- — Bank 



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THOMAS WILLING, of Philadelphia, President. 1 
DIRECTORS. 

Ceorge Cabct, Fifher Ames, Jonathan Mafon, jun. Je- 
remiah Wadfwortb, Jofeph Barrel], Philip Livingftcn,H 
John V/atts, John Lawrence, Rufus King, James Watfon, 
Nicholas Low, Jofeph Anthony, Jofeph Ball, William 
Bingham, James Cole Fifher, Herman Le Roy, John M. 
Nefbitt, Robert Smith, Thomas Willing, Archibald M«J 
Call, Charles Pettit, Charles Carrol, CD. JarnesM'ClurgJ 
Samuel Johnfon, N. C. William Smith, S. C. j 

Joh n Kg an, Caffi ier. 
RULES to le obfervtd by Per/ens tranfacling Bujincfs ivuh 

the Office of Difcount end Depofit of the Ban!' cf the U-[ 

nited States, at New- York. 

THE Office will be open for the tranfaclion of bufinefs' 
every day in the year, (Sundays, Chriftmas day,' 
Public Fafts, Thankfgiving days, and the fourth of July 1 
excepted) from the hour of ten in the morning till one in 1 
the afternoon, and from three until five o'clock in the af-l 
ternoon. The rate of difcount is fixed at fix per cent per 
annum, upon notes or bills not having more than thirty' 
days to run j three days of grace will be allowed, and the 
difcount taken for the fame.— Every bill or note offered 
for difcount, fhall be delivered into the office on the day 
preceding the day of difcount, and fhall be inclofrd in a 
fealed cover directed to the Camier, advifing the name of! 
the perfon upon whofe account it is offered. 

Monty and other fmall articles of value lodged in the 
office, may be re-drawn at pleafure free of expence. 

Bills and notes left at the office for collection, will be 
prefented for acceptance, and the money collected or de-j 
manded without expence, except in cafe of proteft ; the 
charges of which mail be paid by the perfons lod&iug the- 
bill or note. 

Payments made at the office, muft be examined at the, 
[time j nofuggeftionof miftakecan be afterwards admitted.: 

iCcld and filver coins will be received and paid at the 
rates eftablimed by Congrefs. 
N. B. It is expected that all payments in fatisfaclion 
of bills and notes will be made at the office. 



( 2$ ) 

r lift of the Hen. Hwfe cf Reprefentatives , of the ft ate of Con-fi 
nttlicut, ivbo were cbofen in September, 17921 and are to'] 
continue in tjfice to tbejecond Tburfday of May , 1793. 

HARTFORD COUNTY. 

'Hartford, TV fl R. Thomas Seymour, chofzn Speaker* 

JLVjL Mr * Jonathan Bull. 
Wttbenfteld, Meff. Julius Riley, Ezekiel P. Belden, 
Soutb'wgton, Meff. Timothy Clark, A fa Barns. 
W'mdjor, Meff. Oliver Mather, Hezekiah Biffe!. 
Favm'ington, Meff. Noadiah Hooker, Timothy Pitkin, junr, 
Suffie'd, Meff. Samuel Hale, Gideon Granger, junr. 
Eaft-iVindfor, Miff. Caleb Booth, Daniel Rockwell. 
Raft-Hartford^ Meff. Jonathan Wells, Daniel Pitkin. 
Berlin, Meff. Amos Horsford, Selah Hart. 
Symfbury, Meff. Noah Phelps, Daniel Humphry. 
Glaftenbury, Meff. Jofeph Mofely, Howei Woodbridge. 
Briftol, Mr. Zebulon Peck. 
Granby, Mr. Ozias Pettibone. 

NEW- HAVEN COUNTY. 

New -Haven, Meff. David Daggett, David Auftin. 

Durbam^ Meff. Simeon Parfons, Dan Parmele, 

Waillngfird) Meff. John M«CIeave, Dan Collins. 

Derby , Meff. Samuel Hull, Thomas Clark. 

Milford, Meff. Stephen Gunn, Charles Pond. 

Wnodir'idge y Meff. Samuel Ofborn, Koger Peck; 

Waterbury, Meff, Ifaac Brunfon, Ifaac Baldwin. 
,rGui/fcrd, Meff. Andrew Ward, John Elliot, 
|[Civ//6;>f, Meff. Andrew Hull, Andrew Hull, junr* 

\Hamden 9 Mr. Simeon Briftol. 
AFaft. Haven, Mr. Samuel Davenport. 
\\Nertb. Haven, Mr. Joel Blakeflee. 

Wranford, Meff. Edward Ruffel, William Gould. 

J N£W-LOND$>N COUNTY. 

Wlw London, Meff. Marvin Wait, jomua Colt, ctofnCIerk. 
mforwUb, Meff. Elifha Hyde, Jofeph Williams. 
uPrefton, Meff. JohnCrary, Mofes Letter. 
[jiy^, Meff. Samuel Mather, Manaffeh Leach. 
Wtomngton, Meff. Edward Swan, Ifaac Williams. 

Groturi) Meff. Simeon Avery, Chriftopher Morgan, 

Mcntville, Mr. John G. Hillhouie. 

Boxrab, Mr. William Throop. 

l.ifb'.n, Mr. Samuel Lovet. 






f'wfla mrm i M.j ii i'ju m M MW L i 



dlchefter, Meff. El'mhalet Bulkeley, John lfham. 
Frank/in, Mr. Eli Hyde. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY. 

\Fdtirfiehtp Meff. Andrew Rowland, Elijah Abel. 
' Danbury, Meff. Eli Mygatt, Eliflia Whittlefy. 
^Norwatk, Meff. Samuel C. Silliman, Samuel Comftock. 

Ridgcfe/d, Meff. Jortiua King, Amos Baker. 

Newtown, Meff. Wiiiiam Esmonds, John Beach, 

Greenwich, Meff. Amos Mead, Jabez Fitch. 

Reading, Meff. Hezekiah S'anford, Aaron Barlow. 

Huntington, Meff. Elijah Curtis, Elima Mills. 

New -Fairfield, Meff. James Potter, Nehemiah Beardfly. 

Stratford, Meff. Abijah Starling, Samuel W. Johnfon. 

Brcckfeld, Mr. Daniel Beneditf Cook. 

Stamford, Meff. John. Davenport, junr. Thaddeus Weed. 

WINDHAM COUNTY. 

Windham, Meff. Zephaniah Swift, ebp/en Clerk. 

Hezekiah Ripley. 
Lebanon, Meff. Elkanah Tifdale, Peleg Thomas. 
Pom/ret, Meff. Thomas Orofvenor, Samuel Ingalis. 
Wndftock, Meff. John M'Clellan, John Fox. 
Afhford, Meff. Simeon Smith, ITaac Perkins. 
Tla'irfield, Meff. James B;adford, Ebenezer Eaton. 
^Mamfield, Meff. Benjamin Hanks, Nathaniel At wood. 
KUVingly, Meff. Sampfon Flow, Zadock Spalding. 
^Voluntown, Meff. Thomas Gordon, Samuel Robbins. 
Canterbury, Meff, Moils Cleveland, t%X% Witter. 

(died af er cbof.n and before the feffin . ) 
Hampton, Mr. Ebenezer Mofely. 
FTMmffon t ' Mr. Krael Smith. 
^Brooklyn*, Mr. James Eldridge. 

MTCKF1F.LP COUNTY. 

Litchfield, Meff. Bezalael Beebe, Solomon Marrti. 
Saufhury, Meff. Adcnijail Strong, Samuel Lee. 
Co/hen, Meff. Adino Hale, Afaph Hal). 
Woodbury, Meff. Nathaniel Smith, Nathan Ptefton. 
Cornwall^ Meff. John Sedgwick, Ifaac Swift. 
Can.mn, Meff. John Adam, Charles Burrall, jfanr. 
Sb.2f\i r ^.\ciT. Auguftme Taylor, Judfon CannVld; 
New-Hartford, Meff. Aaron Auftihj Uriel Holmes. 
Nvo-Miiford, Meff Daniel. tfoaMitum, EK(ha Bortwick. 



\Norfolk 9 Meff. Giles Pettibone, Afahel Humphry, 
\;Torringtor.,MzK. Elitha Smith, William Batd«, 
\fVatertown, MeflT. Elijah Woodward, Daniel Potter* 
Uiartland, Me(T. Uriah Holmes, Ele-azcr Enfign. 

JVaJJ/mgten, Meff. Daniel N. Brinfmade, David Judfon 

Bethlem, Mr. Oliver Parmcie. 

,J&«f, Mr. Nathaniel Berry. 

\ South, ury, Mr. Benjamin Stiles, junr. 

M'jrrai, Mr. Juftus Sacket. 

\jVtncbeft>jr f Mr, Robert M'Cune. 

marwfnton, MeflT. Jofiah Phelps, Daniel Catlin, junr. 

MIDDLESEX COUNT?. 

>Midd!etoivrt, Meff, Elijah Hubbard, Amer Miller. 
Saybrcok, MeflT. William Hart, Jonathan L ly. 
liaddam, MeflT. Cornelius Higgins, Ezra Brainard, 
i^j/f liaddam, MeflT. Epaphrcditus Chapman, Barzillai 

Beck with. 
Klllingivorih , MeflT. J ofeph Wilcox, Abraham Pierfon. 
''Chatham, MeflT. Hezekiah Goodrich, Chauncey Bulkeley. 

TJLLAND COUNTY. 

\To7and, MeflT. Jeremiah Weft, Samuel Ladd. 
mkbron, MeflT. Samuel Gilbert, Sylveftsr Gilbert, 
»$»«?, MerT. Reuben Sikes, Abiel Peafe. 

Coventry, MeflT. Jeremiah Ripley, John Hale. 

Bolton, MeflT. Saul Alvord, Oliver King. 

Willington, MerT. Samuel Dunron, Minor Grant. 

pa /fore/, Meff. John Phelps, Jetle Cady. 

L/'aw»,'Mr. Abyah Seffions. 

ElUngton, Mr. Matthew Hyde. 



The Gsntlmen nominated by the Votes of- the Freemen of this 
State, tojiandfor Eletlion as jljjiftants in Mav fj^ t asjeni 
to the General AJJ'cmbly in October 1792, are, 

1 His Excellency Samuel Huntington, Efu.y 
Honorable Oliver Wolcott, Efq. 3 
n \VilIiams,2y|.William Hillhoufe, 



Wiiiiam 
Benjamin Huntington, 



J.Jpfcph Piatt Cook,£# James Davenport, £> 
I Stephen M. Mitchcl^fJRoger Newberry, $/i 



•John Trcadwell, 2 



I 2fr ) 



Keman Swift, Qf 
John Chandler, /& 
Jonathan Ingerfoll, ZC 
jThomas Grofvenor, /$ 
Afher Miller, 2«£ 



Thomas Seymour, Z-7 
Zephaniah Swift, 2 
Uriah Tracy, fjj 
James Wadfworth, ZM 
Aaron Auftin, efq uircs. 

! FREEMEN's-MEETINGS in ConneFzicut, are 
by law held annually the third Monday in Sep- 
tember, and on the Monday next following the 
fir ft Tuefday in April. 

The following paragraphs of an a&, entitled, 
" An Aft for regulating the Eleclion of the Go- 
vernor, Lieutenant-Governor, Ajjiftants" &c. 
are by law to be read in Freemen' s-Meeting pre- 
vious to the Votes being given in : and in the 
April Meeting is likezvife to be read the Free- 
man's Oath, and the names of thofe zchofiand 
in Nomination : 

Be it cna&cd, &e. That if any Perfon mall endeavour 
unduly to perfuade or influence any other Perfon or Per-j 
fons, in giving their Vote or Suffrage for any Member of 
the Legislature, by offering to any Perfon or Perfons any' 
written Vote or. Votes for that Purpofe, without being 
,'firft thereto requeued j fuch Perfon fo offending, fhall pay 
a fine of Forty Shillings, for the ufe of the Town Treafury. 
And be it further enafted, That no Perfon or Perfons fhall 
offer, accept, or receive any fum orfums of Money, or o- 
ither Matter or Thing, by way of Gift, Fee er Reward, 
[for giving or refufing to give any Vote or Suffrage for e- 
jlecting any Member of the General Affembly of this State, 
nor promife, procure, or any ways confer any Gratuity, 
[Reward, or Pre.'erment for, or on Account of any Vote 
or Suffrage given, or to be given in any Election : And 
every Perfon fo giving, offering, accepting or receiving as 
aforefaid, fhall in every fuch Cafe, forfeit and pay the fum 
of Five PoUnds ; one Half to him or them that fhall fue 
for and profecute the fame to Effect, and the other Half to 
the Treafury of the Town where the Offence is committed. 



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e - *" " " ■ " ■ ■ ; ■ - -..v-y^-i- 1 . . :; '■ - r - , . ■ _ ' _ 

And any Perfon who (hall be convicted a f^cond 1 ime of 

the like. OfFcnce (hall be disfranchifed. 

And every Perfon who ihall be ele&ed by means of fuch 

tvi! and illegal Practice as afore fa Id, ihall be, and hereby 

is declared to be incapable tQ fcrve as a member in fuch 
VfTembly ; unlefs fuch Perfon fhall be able tofatisfy faid 

AifemMy that the fame was done altogether without his 

P-'ivUy, and that he was not directly or indirectly concern- J 

ed therein. 

The Freeman's Oath. 

YOU A.B. being by the Providence of God ?i 
an Inhabitant of this State of ConneElicut,\\ 
and now to be made Free of the fame, do fwear 
by the Name of the Everliving GOD, that youi 
will be true and faithful to faid State, and thej ! 
Constitution and Government thereof, as a free: 
and independent State, and whenfoever youj 
fliall be called to give your Vote or Suffrage 
touching any Matter which concerns this State, 
you fhall give it as in your Confcience you fhall ! 
judge will conduce to the bed Good of the fame, 
without refpecl; of Perfons or favour of any, 
Man, _____ So hd P y° u G0D - 

As tbj following Aft is to be read at the Toion Meetings in 
j December — it is here inferted for the conveniency of tbofe 
J whom it concern , and for the information of others. 
An Act for the more effectual putting in Execution thef 
\ Laws a^ainft Vice, Immorality and Profanenefs, and 
i for promoting Chriftian Knowledge. 
JflfHcreas putting in Execution the good and nvholefome Lawi 
fir retraining, -pumping and J'ubprcjfing profane % immo- 
ral and irreligious Practices in this State, and promoting Cbrif 
tian Know/edge, ivill greatly tend to the hencr of Religion, the 
Peace and good Order of human Society, and to fupprefs Vice 
and Wlckednefs : Therefore, that the fame may be morel" 
generally and effectually done, 

jg£ it enatled, &c. That all Judges and Juftices of the! 

Peace in the refpeeTtive Counties in this State, be, and' 

they are hereby required to be diligent and careful in put- 



f *8 ) 

Biting m txtcution ail fuch Laws and Aels as are or fhaii be 
marie in this State, tor the punifhfng, retraining or fup- 
preflingany Proia entfs, Immorality, or irreligious Prac- 
tices or Disorders, that thereby the good Ends propofid in 
fuch Acts and Laws may be attained . 

That the Select-men from Time to Time, mail irrke' 
diligent Enquiry of all Houfholders within their refpective 
Towns, how they are furnimed with Bibles j and if uf>on 
fuch Enquiry any Houfholder be found without one Bible 
at leaft, then the Select men (hall warn the faid HouuV>lder 
forthwith to procure one Bible at leaft, for the ufe and 
benefit of their Families respectively ; And if the fame be 
neglected, then the faid Select men (hall make Return 
thereof to the next Authority, who may deal with fuch 
Houfliolder's Family according to the directions of the, 
Law relating to the educating and governing of Children.' 

And all fuch Families as are numerous, and wliofeCir- 
cumfUnses will allow thereof, fhall be fupplied with Bibles 
according to the number oi Perfons of Capacity to ufe the 1 . 
fame in fuch Families *, and with a fuitable number of or-' 
thodox Catechlfms, and other good Books cf practical; 
Godlinefs, and the like. ; 

That the Conftabks, Grandjufy-men and Tyth'ng men' 
in the refpective Towns in this Srate, fhall, and they are 
hereby required to make diligent Search after, and Prefent-' 
mtnt make of all the Breaches of the Laws which relate 
to their Office or Offices respectively. I 

And the Conftables and Crandjuiy-men in the refpect- ( 
ive Towns fhall, on the Evenings after the LordVDay,! 
and other public Days of religious Solemnity, walk the! 
Street, and duly fearch all Places fufpected for harbouring! 
or entertaining any People or Perfons aflembled contrary! 
to Law. 

Be it further enafled, &e. That the Juftices of the Pe.ice, 
Grand-jurors, Conftables and Tything-men in the refpec- 
tive Towns in this State, fhall annually meet in the re- 
fpective Towns to which they belong, on the fir-ft Mon- 
day of January , and on the third Moncay in June, at the 
Place where their annual Town- Meetings are held, or at 
f >me other Place by them appointed, there to advife, confi- 
er, and ufe their joint Intereft in fupprefling Profanenefs, 



&JO— 



vice, and Immorality, and for the due Execution or all the 
Ews of this State, to which their Oihcts have Relation. 

And be it further er\aEied,&c. That he To>vn Clerk of 
each refpective Town in this State, at the opening of the 
public Town Meeting for electing Town- Officers in De- 
umber annually, if prefent, and in his Abfence the Sekft 
men for the Time being, who (hall be prefent, /hall read 
or caufe to be read this Act, and every Paragraph thereof 
publicly in this Meeting. And if fuch Clerk, being pre- 
fent, or fuch Select-men prefent in the Clerk's Abfence, 
fhall neglect or refufe publicly to read, or caufe to be read 
|his Act j then the faid Clerk or Select- men in refufing or 
jjeglecting, mall forfeit and pay the Sum of Twenty Shil 
•Dnt^s , one half to the Coroplainer, who fliall profecute to 
4ffect, and the other half to the Town -Trea fury. 
I And the Conftables and Gmndjury-inen are directed to 
enquire after, and due Prefentment make of all Breaches 
of this Act, to fome Afiiftant or Juftice of the Peace ; who 
are hereby impowered to hear and determine the fame. 

SCHOOLS. 

BY the law of this State for eftablimlng public fchcols, 
it U enactsd, " That every town within this State 
wherein there is but one ecclefiaftical fociety constituted, 
4fr tliat (hail be conftituted by the general afiembly , whtre- 
in there are the number of 70 houfiiolders or famiSies, or 
4pwards,mall be at leaft 1 1 months in each year conftantly 
provided with, and (hall keep and maintain one good and 
fiifficient fchool for the teaching and inftructing of youth 
and children to read, and write ; which fchool (hall be 
sfteadiiy fupplied with and kept by a mafter fufliciently and 
Suitably qualified for that fervice. And every fuch town 
and fecisty wherein there is not the faid number of 70 
boumolders or families, (hall be provided with, and main- 
tain a fchool and a fchool -mafter as aforefaid, at leaft one 
jhalf of the year annually. And slfo there (hail be a gram- 
mar fchool fet up, kept and conftantly maintained in every 
c,ounty town of die feveral counties that are, c* (hall be 
made in this State ; which (hall be fteadily kept by fome 
difcreet perfon of good converfation, and well (killed in 
and acquainted with the learned languages, eipeciaUy 
Greek and Latin/* The 

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The law makes it the duty of the civil authority and 
fdeft-men to vifn the fchooU from time to time, particu- 
larly once in evich quarter of a year, and enquire into the 
time faid fchools are kept — the qualifications of the matt- 
ers, and proficiency of the children : and they are to give 
fuch directions as they mail think needful to fender fuch 
(chocoU more ferviceable fcr the increafe of knowledge, re- 
ligion and good manners. 

An accurate TABLE of the Duties payable 
on Goods, Wares and Merchandize imported 
into the United States, from the ift July 

famine ifl column Jhews the Duty when i?nported 
in American^ the zd. when in Foreign veffds 

%* For articles not rnentioned in the Alphabet 
look belozu among free goods, zuares y &c. 

A. F. 

ALE, beer, and porter in caiks 
per gal. Cents per gallon g 8 
- , in bottles— 2 cents 



., 



per doz. and alfo per gallon. 8 S 

Anchors per cent, ad val. 7 J S 

Annifeed - 10 u 

Arms— fire and fide arms 15 35 

Artificial flowets, feathers and 

ornaments for head drefies xo 10 

Balls, Balfams, &c. fee cofmetics j 
Bonnets and caps, fee hats. ; ^ 

] Books printed for fale come with- 
in the description of non-enum- 
erated articlu— viz. ad val. 7 £ S 
Blank books 10 n 
Boots per pair-scents per pair 50 55 
Brafs manufactures, wire and 
teautenague excepted — per 
cent ad val. 10 10 
Bricks and. tiles 10 it 
Brumes 7 A % 
Buckles, moe and knee 10 n 
Buttons of every kind 10 10 



k 



J 3' 



A. 


F. 


225 


240 


10 


10 


*«> 


26 


5° 
7 


5* 

4 * 



JO 


10 




3 


4 
*5 


4 
x6 


2 


-5 

X 



7 


1 
1 


8 


10 




11 


4 


1 


4 



fables and tarred cordage per cwt. 
A. ilo F. 190. Un ared cord- 
age and yarn, cents per cwt. 

Cabinet wares per ct. ad val. 

Cards, playing cards per j;ack 
cents per pack 
wool and cotton do per doz. 

;Cambncks, per ct. ad val. 

Candles of tallow, cents per lb. 
A. 2 F. 2 1-5 Spermaceti and 
wax per lb. A. 6 F. 6 3-5 

^anes, walking flicks and whips 
per ct. ad val. 

Baps *nd bonnets— fee hats 

j&iirpets and carpeting 

ftheefe cents per lb. 

jjjhina wares per ct. ad val* 

Chintzes, coloured calicoes, and 
all printed, flamed and colored 
goods or manufactures of cot- 
ton or linen, or both 

Chocolate, cocoa, coffee, &c. fee 
groceries 

Cloathing ready made 

Clocks and watches 

Coal — cents per hufliel 4 i 4 4" 5 

Cordage, tarred and untarred, 
fee cables. Twine and pack 
thread, cents per cwt. 400 430 

Coaches, chariots, phsetons, 
chairs, folos or other carria- 
ges, or parts of carnages 
per cent, ad val. %$ 1 jj 

Colours, painters, whether dry 
or ground in oil, except 
thofe commonly ufed in dy- 
ing 15 16 

Copper, manufactured (except 
in plates, pigs and bars) 10 10 

jCofmetics, alfo balls, balfams, 
powders, paftes, ointments, 
oils, waters, wafties, tincl- 



I- 3* ) 

ureSjeffences, or other pre- 
parations, commonly calicd 
fweet feents, odors, per- 
fumes, or cofmetics j and 
powders or preparations for A. F. 

the teeth or gums 20 10 

Cotton or linen manufacture^ 
fee chintz. Cotton, raw 5 
cents per lb. 3 3 3* 

Drugs, medicinal, except thofe 
ufed for dying, pr. ct. ad val. 10 10 

Earthen and (tone wares, per 

cent, ad val. 10 II 

Fans, feathers and artificial 

flowers per cent, ad val. 10 10 ; 

Floor cloths and mats 10 10 * 

Fringes, ufed by upholfterers, 

coach makers and faddlers 15 15 

Fruits of ail kinds— lee groceries 

Gauzes, per cent, ad val. 7 \ 8 

Geneva, comes under the head 
of Spirits 

Glafs and all manufactures ol 
glafs, black quart bottles ex- 
cepted, ad val. 15 16 

Glauber falts, -J per cent, ad.* 

val. and alfo per cvvt. 200 200 

Gloves of leather perct. ad val. 
A. 10 — F. 10 J all other 
eloves and mittens ad val. 
A. 10 — F. 10 - 

Glue, per cent, ad val. ic *r. 

Gold and lilvcr plated ware and 

gold and filver lace jo 21 

Goods, wares and merchandize, 
imported direclly from Chi- 
na or India, in Foreign vef- 
fcls, except teas, china ware, ' 

and all o>her articles, liable 
to hif-h duties o 12 

Z — a r ~ =» 



.. < J3- 


li, 




Goods intended for re exporta- 








tion fee under the. word mer- 








chandize amongft the free 








articles at the end of this lift 








Goods not enumerated and de- 


A. 


F. 




fribed in this lift, per cent. 








ad vaL 


1 k 


% 




Groceries — viz. Chocolate, co- 








coa, coffee, capers, cloves. 








cinnamon, comfits, currants, 








dates,-figs, fruits ff ail kinds, 








fuch as oranges, lemons &c. 


. , 






ginger, mace, muftard, olives, 








J orangesjoil, nutmegs, plumbs, 








1 prunes, raiiins, ad val. 


IO 


IX 


\ 


Gunpowder 


29 


it 




H.iir powder 


H 


H 


l 

2 


Hats of beaver, felt or wool, or 






! 


a mixture of any of them 


10 


10 


ij 


Hats — all ether hats, caps, and 








bonnets 


IO 


10 


i 


Hemp, cents per cwt. 


ICO 


2C 5 


a-5 


Jewelry and parte work percent* 






1 


ad val. 
Indigo, cents per lb. 


10 


11 




H 


27 


l 


Iron, caft, flit, and rolled, and 






| 


generally all manufactures of 






1 


tin, pewter or copper, or of 








which either of thefe metals 








Is the article of chief value, 








not being otherwife particu- 








larly enumerated, iron <i*ne 






V 


excepted, per ct. ad val. 


10 


10 


I 


Iron, fted or brafs manufac- 






! 


tuies Sec. — tee manufactures 






! 


Laees and hwns, per cent, ad 








val. 


7 If 


8 


1 


- Laces, fines, fringes, taiTclfl and 








trimmings, uf.d by up holfter- 






i| 


ers, &c. 


15 


V5 


i 


Lamp black 


IO 


11 


li 


Lead and all manufacture of 






11 

r 



t 34 ) 



lead, or in which lead is the A. F. 

chief article I I 

Leather tanned or tawed, and 

all manufactures of leather, or 

of which it is the article of 

chief value, not otherwife 

particularly enumerated 10 io 

Linen and cotton printed— fee 

chintz. Linen not printed 7 \ 8' 

Looking glafles 15 16 

Malt, per bufhel 10 II 

Mats and floor cloths, per cent 

ad val. 10 10 

Marble, (late and other ftones, 

bricks, tiles, tables, mortars 

and other urenlils of marble 

or date, and generally all 

Hone or earthen ware 10 31 

Manufactures— tin, pewter and 

copper, and of leather not o- 

therwife enumerated IO io 

Of iron, rteeJ, and brafs, hrajs 

Mnd tr'in iulre excepted 10 IO 

Medicinal drugs except thofc 

ufed in dying 
Millinary ready made 

MolafTes, per gallon 3 3 3-ic 

Muflcets, piftols, and other fire 

arms, fworc's, hangers, cut- 

lafies &c. percent ad val. 
I Muflins and muflinets 
j Muftard in flour 

Nails per lb. 2, 2 

j Nankeens, per ct. ad val. y 1 3 

Ointments, oils, and odors, as 

cofmetics, per ct. ad val. io jo 

Oil (weer, Florence, Arc. oils 10 11 

Pack-thread and twine per cwt. 400 430 

Paint — fee colours 
Paper writing and wrapping ad 

val. A. 10— F. 11 Iheathing 

and eirtnd^e A. 10, F. 10* 
' £■^■^--^35 ■ ■?..' i y- ■-■'■■>■ ' =r == rrT ?t in il i fn i Mnrw iiiB *Tflr i "f r r 3 



30 




10 


10 




30 


3 




3 


J 5 
7 

JO 


1 


*5 
8 

11 



( 35 ) 


Paper hangings 


15 16 






Pafte boards, parchments and 








vellum 


XO I£ 






Parte work &c. fee jewelry 








Pewter manufactures 


10 XO 


3, 




Pepper per lb. A. 6 F. 6 2-5 








Pimento per lb. A. 4. F. 42-5 








Pickles or all forts, per ct. ad 








val. 


IO IX 






Pictures and prints 


20 12 






Powder, gun powder per cent 








ad val. 


IO XI 






Powder,hair, powder — fee hair- 








pew der as a cofmetic *, fee 








cofmetic 








Porter ; fee ale, beer &c. 








Printed books, fee books, 








Printed goods, fee chintz. 








Saddles, per ct. ad val. 


7 1 * 


X 




Sail cloih 


10 20 




Salt per bufhel, not exceeding 








56 lb. weight 


12 23 


*-5 




But to calculate the additional 








duties on fait imported in fo- 








reign vetTels j you murt work 








thus— ex.gr. Suppofe a car- 








go of 5000 bufhels, and that 








the whole weighs 350,0001b. 








then if imported in an Ame- 








1 ricanveflfel, 12 cents for every 








56 lb. gives 750 dols* 








if in a foreign bot-~) 








1 torn the addition- 1 








ystttfcl 12J 






5000 bufh. with r* 60 dols. 








out having any i 








reference to the J 








weight which 1 








! gives J 








Total 810 dols. 





^.3H 



Satins and other wrought filks 

per ct. ad val. 
Shoes and flippers of fiPk, per 
| pair 

Other moes and flippers for men 
; and women, clogs and golo- 

Giocs 
Diuo for children 
SnurTper lb. 
Soap 

Spices — fee groceries 
SPIRITS diitilled from grain 



10 

7 
10 

X 



8 



2t 



10 

7 



7-10 

7-10 

I 

*-5 



" 


A. 


F. 










lft. proof 


28 


29 t 


5 








2d. do. 


29 


30 } 










3d. do. 


3* 


3* 3- 


10 








4th. do. 


34 


35 I" 


i 








51b. do. 


40 


42 










6th. do. 


5° 


S*l 










Other Spirits, 


A. 


F. 










ift. 


*5 


26 1 


S 








2d. 


*5 


26 j 










3^ 


2S 


29 3- 


10 








#tru 


3^ 


CO % 










tth. 


3* 


40 










6th. 


46 


4».| 










Spikes, per lb. 








1 


1 


1- 10 


Stockings per ct. ad va! 






10 


10 




Stone and earthen ware 






JO 


11 




Sugar per loaf 


A. 5 ' 


F. 5 | 










Brown A. 1 


|, F. 


x 13-2.0 










all other fuga 


rs per ib 






1 i 


2 


1 

4 


Sugar candy pe 


•.cent ad val. 




10 


11 




Tables of marble and (late 




10 


11 




Tafiels and tr'h 


timings 


ufed by 










upholfterers, 


coach 


makers 










and fadd-lers, 


per ct. ad val. 




J S 


*5 


1 


TEAS imports 


i i'lom China and 










India. 


A. 


F. 










Bohea, per lb. 


10 


*5 











( 37 I 



Soufhongand other 

j black teas 

♦Hyfon 

(Other green tea* 

•From Europe 

Per lb. 



From other places. 
Per lb. 



A. 
18 

3* 
20 
A. 
12 
*i 
40 
24 

*5 

*7 

50 

3° 



F. 

*7 
5* 
30 
F. 

*5 

*7 
5° 
3° 

16 1 
29 

55 
33 



7-10 



A. 

10 



10 

400 

10 

7 
15 

7 
10 



F. 



TO 
430 

It 

3 

S 
iz 



Tiles and bricks per ct. ad vaU 
Tin manufactures 
} Tinc~tures clafs with cofmetlcs 

I'ohacco manufactured per lb. 
•Toys— viz. dolls drefled and 
undreflTsd, &c. per ct. ad val. 
'Twine & pnck-thread per cwt. 

Vellum and pafte-board, and 

parchment per ct. ad val. 
[Velvets and velvcrets 

Wafers 

Walking flicks, whips and canes 7 | 

Watches and clocks 

Wares of tin, pewter, ft one, &c. 
are ranged under their refpe&ive heads 

Waters and wafties ; fee cofmetics 

WINES, viz. Madeira, Lon- A 
don particular per gallon 

Do. Lond. market 
J All other Madeira wine 
; Sherry 

St. Lucar 

;Li(bon and Oporto 
jTeneriff and Fayal 
j All other wines (not to exceed 30 cents 

iper gal. in American or 32 in Foreign 
veflels) to piy 40 per cent ad val. 40 40 
alfo 2 cents per gal. additional. 



56 
49 

40 

33 

30 

*5 
to 



c X 



aw 



f 38 T 

Yarn untarred $ fee cordage A. F. 

All other goods, wares, and merchandize, 
not before particularly enumerated & dejerib. 
to*, are liable to a duty of per ct. ad val. . 7 \ 8 

The following articles are free of Duty, Viz, 
Philosophical apparatus, fpecially imported for. any 
feminary of learning, books of perfons coming to reflde in 
the United States, alfo their cloaths, houfehcld furniture, 
and tools or implements of trade or profellion of fuch per- 
fons. Wood of all kinds. Brafs and iron wire, bullion, 
colours, drugs and woods' ufed in dying/ copper in pigs 
and bars, furs ofeverykind undreiTed, raw hides and (kins, 
old pewter, piaifter of Paris, lapis calaminaris, fait petre 
fea ftores, and fulphur and wool unmanufactured. All 
merchandize, goods and wares intended to be re-exported 
to a foreign port or place, in the fame fhip or veftel in 
which they have been imported ; and all articles of the 
growth, product, or manufacture of the United States. 

Drawbacks not payable until fix months after exporta 
tion, nor until a certificate in writing is produced, by the 
exporter, from two reputable merchants at the foreign pon 
or place where landed, together with the oath of the ma 
iter and mate certifying the delivery thereof j except difiUl. 
ed fjbiritsj in which a certificate from an American conful., 
if fuch there be ; or from two American merchants, refid- 
ing atfticriforejgn port i or if there be neither, then a certiri- 
cate fronrvreputable merchants of the place, & the oath of the 
mafter& mate as above.and an oath is further required that 
on diligent fearch no fuch conful or American merchants 
could be found refident there. Goods ad val. to he valued b} 
adding 20 per cent, to the actual coft, if from the Cape of 
iJGood Hope or beyond, and 10 per cent frbrn any other 
[(place, exclufive of charges, 

[iThe Duties of Tonnage btfid.es the frego'mg Iini-'jft*, arc, viz. 
[[The tonnage to be paid in ten days alter entry, and 
I before clearance, on veffels of the United States, 
J from foreign ports, cent-s fc 

:On veffels built in the United States after the 20th 
I July 17S9, but owned b> foreigners, duly recorded 30 
All other vtlie's ^ 

Every veflel employed in tranfporting goods coafi. ivif, 
\ except they be built in and belong" to citizens "of 
j . the United States, on each entry t 



VeiTels built in and belonging to citizens of the United 
States, m csajiing trader ox tifhsry, pay once a year, 
if licenfed, and if not licenfed, they pay with 
goods taken in one ftate to be delivered m another, 
except the adjoining ftate, on each entry 

PO&TS of DELIVERY. 
No veflel not wholly belonging to a citizen or citizens of 
the United States, mall be admitted to unload at any 
port or place, except the following, Viz. 
New Hampshire ; P or tf mouth. 

Mafftchufetts ; Port/and, Falmouth, New- Bedford >D tigh- 
ten, Salem,. Beverly, Glouceftcr, Newbury -port, Marblehead, 
Sherburne, Boficn and Cbarleftown, Bath i Frencbman t s-Bay, 
Plymouth,. WifcafFet, Machias, Penobfcot. 
Rhode- Ifland 5 Nw pert and Providence. 
Connecticut ; New- London, New -Haven, 
New- York ; Nnv-Tork. 
. New-Jerfey j Penh-Amboy, Burlington. 
Pennfylvania ; Philadelphia. 
Delaware j JVitmngton, Newcaftle, Port-Pend. 
| Maryland ; Baltimore, Annapolis, Vierma, Oxford, 
Georgetiwn.on PGto<ivm.;c, Chsftertown, Nottingham, Cedjr 
Point, Town Creek, Nanjemoy, Digges LaikUng, Snow- 
Jfiill, Carrolfburgh. 

[ Virginia 3 Alexandria, Kinfale, New- Port, T.appahan- 
rock, Port -Royal, Fredericks urgh, Urbanna, York- 
ITown, Weft-Point, Hampton, Bermuda-Hundred, City 
Point, Rocket's- Landing, Norfolk, Port/mouth. 
\ North- Carolina ; Wilmington, Newbern, fVafiington, 
E dent on and Plankirridge. 
j South- Carolina $ Charlefon, Georgetown, Beauford. 

Georgia y Savannah, Sunbury, Brunfwick, St. Mary and 
Frederic a* 

] :Nor mall any vefTel from the Cape of Good-Hope, or 
.beyond the fame, be admitted to enter, except at the ports, 
in the abovfc lifts, which are dift'ngui(hed by Italjcs. 



Fees to Colleclcrs and Naval Officers 

Entry of veflel of 100 tons or upwards, • 
Clearance^ do» do. 



dl3. 



cts 

5° 
S 



I 



i 4^ ; 

JHMIWW ■ i ,— y» , »„j, ii ■■ mi inn — mm 

dli. ctS.j 

Entry of a veflU under 100 tons, i 5c 

Clearance, do. do. a 50 

Permit to land goods, 20 

Every bond taken officially, 4c 
Permit to load goods, for exportation, 

r for draw-back, 30 

•Every official certificate, or bill of health, 2 c 
Every other official document, (regifter 

excepted) 2c 

Fees to Surveyors. 
For meafurement of a verTel 100 tons d!s. cts. 

and under, 1 cent per ton, 
For do. 100 to 200 tons, 1 

For do. above 200 do. % 

On each veflelof 100 tons and upwards, 

with goods fubjeel to duty, 3 

On each veffei under 100 tons, with do. 2 5c I 

All velTels not having goods fubjeel to 

duty - - 66 

Rates of Coins for ejlimating Duties, 
'Payable in gold coins of France dls. cts. 

I England, Spain and Portugal, 

or of equal finenefs, per dwt. $9 

Mexican dollar, 
Crown, of France, 
,Crown, of England, 
Silver coins, of equal fincnefs, per 02. 
Cutfilver of equal nneners, per do. 
Pound Sterling, 4 A 

Dutch Florin, or Guilder, .<, 

Mark banco of Hamburg, ~^ 

Real plate of Spain, 2 £ 

Mill Ree, of Portugal, x 

Pound Sterling of Ireland^ 4 

Tale of China, j .g 

Pagoda of India, I 94 

Rupee of Bengal. -_- 



24 



( 4* ) 

CONNECTICUT MEDICAL SOCIETT. 

At a legal Convention of the Fellows of the CONNEC- 
TICUT MEDICAL SOCIETY, in Middletown, on 
the fecond Tuefday of October, 1792 

THE following Gentlemen were returned Fet/oivj, 
from the feveral County Meetings of the Conne&icut 
Medical Society , for the enfuing year, via 
Eliakim Fi(h, 



Elihu Tudor, 
Lemuel Hopkinsi 
Samuel Flagg, 
Jafiah Hart, 
Leverett Hubbard, 
Eneas Munfon, 
William Gould, 
Elnathan Beach, 
Jared Potter, 
Theophilus Rogers, 
Samuel Mather, 
Thomas Coit, 
Tofhua Downer, 
Philip Turner, 
James Potter, 
Thaddeus Betts, 
Hofea Hurlbut, 
James Clark, 
Amos Mead, 
John Clark, 
Elifha Perkins, 
Eiifha Lord, 
Albigence Waldo, 
Ifaac Knight, 
Seth Bird, 
Samuel Orton, 
Samuel Woodward, 
Seth Haftings, 
Samuel Rockwell, 
Thomas Mofely, 
John Ely, 
John Ofborne, 



•Hartford County. 



► New-Haven County. 



-New-London County. 



•Faii field County, 



• Windham County. 



►Litchfield County* 
> Mlddlefex County. 



( r- 1 

Jchabod Warner, 1 

Jeremiah Weft, > Tolland County. 

Jofeph Parker, J 

The following Gentlemen were chofen officers for tht 
enfuing Year, viz. 

LEVERETT HUBBARD, President. 
Eneas Munson, Vice-Prefident. 
John Osborne, Treafurer. 
Jared Potter, Secretary. 

1 he following Refoluticns were parted by the Prefidenti 
and Fellows of the Connecticut Medical Society* 

Refotvid, That a Committee be appointed in each Coun-| 
ty, confirming of three Members of the Connecticut Medical, 
Society , for the examination of Candidates for the Practice,' 
of Ph>'fic and Surgery. 

Rijc/fcd, That the afore faid Committees, in the fevtral 
Counties, be furnimed with blank Licences, flgn'ed by j 
the Prefident, with the Seal of the Society affixed ; to be 
filled up and countcrngned by faid Committees, and ddi-- 
vertd to fuch Candidates, as fnall be found duly qualified.' 

Rijohed, That each Candidate receiving a Licence ex J 
ecuted in the aforefaid manner, pny to the Committee of 
examination the fum of four dollars 5 to be by faid com-! 
mittee depofned in the ; treafury of the Connecticut Medical 
! Society. 

Re/ol<ved> That the committee for the examination of 
candidates for the practice of phytic and furgery, confift of 
the following Gentlemen, in their refpe&ive counties, viz. 

Hartford County, EH-Ihi Tudor, ELakim Fife, Lemuel 
Hopkins. . 

New -Haven County, Eneas Munfon, Jared Potter, ElnaJ 
than Beach. 

New-London County, EEhu Marvin, John Scott, Phile-j 
mon Tracy. 

Fairfield County, James Potter, Roiea Hurlbut, Jormi 
Letter 

JVindh am County, Albigence Waldo, Jonathan Hall, Jared 
Warner, 

Litchfield County, Daniel Sheldon, Phineas Me'gs, Na-j 
thanitl Perry. 

Middle jex County, Thomas Mofeley, Ebenezer Tracy>l 
jjohn Ofborne. \ 



} 



C 43" ) y 

' * Tolland County, Jeremiah Weft, Afa Hamilton, William 
Qrofvenor. 

I Rejoiced, That a rax of. three millings on each member 
of the CoimeSficut Medical Society : And alfo, on furh»phy- 
pcians and furgeons as /hall become members the current 
year, be levied, collccled and paid into the treafury j to 
defray the expenfes of the foeiety. 

Refolded, That the clerks cf the feveral county conven- 
tions, viz. Elihu Smith, Samuel Darling, Jofeph Trow- 
bridge, Albi^ence Waldo, Simon Wolcott, Seih Haft'mgs, 
Smith Clark, and Jeremiah Weft, be directed to collect 
and pay over the tax of three millings -on each member in 
the refpefrive counties, to which they belong, to the trea-1 
Yurer of the Connecticut Medical Society j on or before the; 
fixteenth day of May next. 

And the faid clerks are directed to report to the treafu-j 
rer at the f, me- time, the names of fuch as are deficient ift; 
'the payment of the tax aforefaid 

Refolded, That the clerks of the feveral county conven- 
tions, tranfmit to the fecretary, the names of all the mem- 
bers of the Connecticut Medical Society, that belong to their 
refpecHve counties, by the fixteenth day of May next. 

Refolded, That the prefident and fellows of the Ccnnccti- 
cut Medical Society, mall receive a compenfation for their 
attendance in convention. 

Refol<UL>d, That Elihu Tudor, Eliakim FHh, and Lemuel 
Hopkins, be a committee to prepare, and lay before the 
prefident and fellows, a code of bye laws, for tneir con- 
sideration at their convention in May next. 

Refolded, That the fecretary be directed, with the ad- 
vice of the prefident, and vice-prefident, to publifli the 
itran factions of the prefent convention. 

Rejoined, That the convention of the prefident and fel 

lows, of thz Connecticut Medical Society, adjourn to Wednef-f 

day, the fixteenth clay of May next, to meet at ten o'clock 

A. M. at the houfe of David Bvil!, In the city of Hartford.) 

Extract from the Minut ' .:, 

JARED POTTER, Secretary} 



( 44 ) 



Connecticut Society for the promotion of freedom 

and the relief of p erf on s unlawfully nolden in 

bondage. 

David Austin, Efq. Prefident. 
The Rev'd Do&. Edwards, / Tr . 0- . *.*<*** 
John Trumbull, Efq, J Vicc-Prtfidenti. 

Rcv'd Jonathan Edwards, John Trumbull, Efq. Rev'd 
Benjamin Trumbull, Chancey Goodrich, Efq. Elizur 
Goodrich, Efq. Noah Webfter, jun. Efq. William Lyon, 
Efq. Do&. Lemuel Hopkins, David Daggett, Efq. Theo- 
dore Dwight, Efq. Committee of correfpondence. 

Timothy Jones, Efq. Treafurer, Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Efq. Afliftant Treafurer. 
Simeon Baidwin,Efq. Noah Webfter,ju. Efq. fecretaries. 

County Committee— Jofliua Coit, Efq. Elifha Hyde,? 
Efq. Mr. Aaron Cleveland, for New-London county. 

Zephaniah Swift, Hezekiah Ripley, Mofej Cleveland,' 
Efq'rs, for Windham County. 

Rev. Hezekiah Ripley, Rev. Andrew Elliott, Andrew 
Rowland, Efq, for Fairfield County. 

Tapping Reeve, James Morris, John Allen, Efq'rs, 
for Litchfield County. 

After Miller, Samuel W. Dana, Stephen T. Hofmer, 
EfqVs, for Middlefex County. 

Rev. Nathan Williams, Solomon Wills, Efq. Docl. Je- 
remiah Weft, for Tolland County. 

'■MP* 

COLLECTORS of State Taxes, in ConneBkut, chofen Dec 
1 79 1 , to colle?} the Taxes ajfejfed in ijqz. 



AJ7.fi.rd, Joel Ward, 
Bolton, Jonathan Colton, 

Branford, - ■ — ■ ■, 

Brijlol, Jacob Bartholomew', 

Boz.rab, ■ , 

Brooklyn, Peter Pike, 
Beth I em, ■ ■ ■ , 

Brookfield, Preferve Wood, 
Coventry, Jofeph Talcott, 
Canterbury, • ... ■ t 

Canaan, Wm. Holabird, 



Chatham, Timothy Rogers, 
Comiveil, Jofeph Barce, 
Colchcfter, Nathaniel Otis, 
Chepyire, ■■ ■ , 

Durham, John Johnfon, jun. 

Danbu>y, - 

Derhy, 

Eafi Uaddam, Samuel Hun- 
(rin^ton, jun. 
Eeft-mndfir* Selea-men, 
Enfield, Nehemhh Chandler, 
K .Hartford, Nathan Me: row, I 



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El/ingtcn, Gurdon Elfworth, 
£. Haven, Samuel Goodfell, 
Fairfield, Nathan Beefs, 
Farmmgton, Ezek'l Coles, ju. 
Franklin j Eben. Hartfhoin, 
Greenwich, Solomon Clofe, 
Grcton, ■■ ■ ■» ' ■ , 

\Glafienbury, > , 

'Guilford, Timothy Baldwin, 
Gojben, Adino Hale, 
Granby, Daniel Holcomb, 

Hartford, . -, 

Henror:, — — , 

Haddam, Jons than Burr, 
Harivingtony Chi if. Johnfon, 
iLirtland, Prince Taylor, ju. 
Hamden, Samuel Bellamy, 
Hampton, Thomas Gro\v,ju. 
Huntington, Stephen Babbitj 
Killir.gly, David Cadee, 
Kent, Peter Comftalk, 
'Kill'mg-zvortb, Geo. Elliot,ju. 

Lebanon, — — - — - ■■•-, 

Litchfildy - , 

Lyme, Lemuel Lie, 
l.:Jb:n, John Fitch, 
M'dford, Thridi. Nettkton, 
Middleiotcn, Kith. Strong, 
Mansfi:!d, ■ , 

MontvilL', At well Chapel, 
.Nezv-Hai'M, Ancr Adee, 
\2\ r or;h-Ila'v*n, Thomas Pier- 
(com, 
\N.Milfrd, Sam, Comftock, 

N . Hartford, Mofes Douglafs, 
\N.L.ndon, Steph. Mavnard, 

mm6\chi \ — , 

y \Norivalk) Samuel Gates, 



Newtown, David Mecber, 
Norfolk, Darius Phelps, 
Pluinfield, Phineas Peirce, 
Prcftpn, James Lord, 
Pcmfret, John 5- Payfon, 
Reading, Aaron Morehoufe, 
Rid g fie Id, Nathan Smith, . 
StorAngt^n, Bcnad. Williams, 
Sywfury, 
Sufjield, 

Salijbury, Jere, Dauchy, 

Strafed, , ' 

S/wj* -id, i.'amuel Ellithorp, I 
Sayirook, John Stannard/zd. \ 
Stainfcrd, Jofeph Gray, 
Sharer:, Ed sound Bennett, | 
Scncrs, Samuel Hall, 
Sontbington, Samuel Hart, | 
o^'^/^.^Baribo.Fabreque, 

[To 'land, - ■ ■ ■> . — , 

Torringtor, , 

Tbcmpfa:, Noadi. Rwflellju. 

Union, Edward Fofter, 

f'\htntoivnj Thomas Gordon, 

irethenfield, 

' 'indbam, Jofcph Maxwell, 

l-r'atcrbury, — — • , 

tVdUingf.rd,\tx. Carrington, ! 

>>'indlir, - .■ . .. ■ ■ , 

iVioijU-.k, John Fox, 

}Villingtcn, — — - — . 
IVoodbnry, .— — ~ 



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Wfrvf airfield, Eben. Beard - 
((ley, jun. 

I (oy towns which pay taxes.) 



Wafinngton, David. Judfon, 
WatertwiA) Jared Harrifon, 
mncbefier, Huit Hills, 
JJ r o'Jbridg/y Cha's Baldwin, 
Warren, llipiirJcr Tanner, 
Weflw} Xjzsii Odle. 



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Officers of the Cincinnati in the State of Con- 
necticut. 
Col. Jeremiah Wadfworth, President. 
Gen. Samuel Wyllys, Vice-Prefident. 
Col. Jonathan Trumbull, Secretary. 
Col. Benjamin Tallmadge, Treafurer. 
Col. Ebenezer Huntington, Affirmant Treafurer. 
Maj. Thomas Y. Seymour, Affiftant Treafurer. 
Members to attend the ger.eral meeting at Philadelphia, May 
1793. 
Col. Jeremiah Wadfworth, Col. Jonathan Trumbull, Col 
Samuel Wyllys, Col. Benj a. Tallmadge, Col. Eben. Hunt- 
ington. 



I'reafury- Department, Sett. 28, 1790 

THE following regulations, have been adopted towards 
carrying into execution the ae"r, making provifion 
for the debt of the United States. 

WHEN a transfer is to be made from one perfon to ano- 
ther, the certificate or certificates of the debt to be transfer- 
red, mui\ be preduced at the proper office, in order that 
the fame may be cancelled, and a new one, or new ones 
iflue, as the cafe (hall require. 

When a transfer is defued from one office to another, 
application mwft In the firft inftance be made to the office 
where the credit exifts, whereupon the certificate or. certi 
ricates of the debt to be transferred will be cancelled, and 
a fpecial one granted, as a voucher to the Secretary of the 
Treafury ; upon the production and delivery ©f which to 
him a warrant will iftue to the office, to which the debt is 
to be transferred, where the bufinefs will be completed 
The form (A) at foot hereof, has been adopted for letters 
of attorney, to make transfers, which, and the direction** 
for compleating it, it is expected will be carefully c bferved. 

In every cafe of a transfer of the fubfcribed or funded 
debt, the new certificate will bear intereft, only from the 
firft day of the quarter, in which the transfer is made. 
( The unpaid intereft which may have accrued prior to that 
quarter, will be paid only to the perfon, w ho was ftockhold - 
er at the time it accrued, or to his^nWaffignee. 

Fourteen days before the expiration of each quarter, the 
books of each office will be clofed ; fo that no transfers. 



^_ _S^7_L- 

will be made, nor except at the Treafury, will any fub~ 
fcriptions be received, or old certificates exchanged for 
new ones, on the application of non-fubferibers, during 
that period. This, the proper distribution of the funds, 
and the prefervation of order render indifpeniible 

On the fubferibed or funded debt, intereft as it becomes 
due, will be paid without production of the certificates if- 
fued for the fame. On the unfubferibed debt, if any there 
(hall be, the production of the certificates will be neceffa- 
ry, in order to the receipt of the intereft, and an indorfe 
ment of the payment of it upon the certificates. This 
however, in confederation of the rifk and inconvenience 
of tranfmiffion, will not be required of thofe who hold 
certificates of the Regifter of the Treafury, and refide out 
of the United States. The form (B) at the foot hereof, of 
a letter of attorney for receiving intereft, and the directions 
therewith, it is expected will be carefully purfued 

(A) 

FORM of a POWER of ATTORNEY, to transfer 
Stock. 

KNOW ALL MEN by thefe prefents, That 
do make, constitute and appoint true and law- 

ful Attorney, for and in name to fell, afiign and 

transfer the Stock {landing in 

name in the Books of with power alfo an 

Attorney or Attornies under for that purpofe, to make 
and fubftitute ; and to do all lawful acts requifite for ef- 
fecting the premifes ; hereby ratifying and confirming all 
that faid Attorney, or Subftitute or Subftitotes fhall 
do therein by virtue thereof. 

IN WITNESS whereof have hereunto fet Hand 
and Seal , the Day of in the Year of our Lord 
One Thoufand hundred 

Sealed and delivered 1 
in the prefence of J 

BE IT KNOWN, that on the Day of One 
Thoufand Hundred before me, 

came within named, and acknowledged the 

above Letter of Attorney to be Act and Deed. In 

teftimony whereof I have hereunto fet my Hand and 
the Day and Year laft aforefaid. 



B ^*«— — BMW W1W « » jBKBtuMaKW iW M^ ■■ H. l ■ ■! — |h— — — , 

DIRECTIONS. 

IF the Power is to extend to the whole of the flock the 
word • all ' is to to be inferted after the word i transfer' It 
only to part, the particular fum is to be inferted, with the 
addition of the words « being part of.' 

If the power is to extend only to a certain fpecies of 
ftock, it may be exprefled in the different cafes by infert- 
ing in the blank between the words * the' and < Stock' the 
words « funded Six per Cent.' (which will designate the 
Stock bearing a prefent Intereit) or the words, i funded 
Three per Cent.' ( w inch will designate the Three per Cent, 
frock, or the word, * Deferred y (which willdefignate the 
Stock bearing Intereft at the end of ten Years) or the word 
1 unfunded ' (which will designate the unfubfcribed part 
of the debt.) 

If no power of fubftitution is defired to be given,, the 
whole that relates to it, to be omitted ; the place of abode, 
and quality of each witnefs, to be written againft his name. 

The acknowledgment may be taken bei ore any Judgej 
of a Court of the United States, or of a Superior Court of 
Law or Equity in any State, or of a County Court, or be 
fore the Mayor or other Chief Magiftrate of any place ; ©r 
b.fore a Notary Public. 

In the acknowledgment, if the Seal of a Court, or Cor- 
poration, is to be affixed, the words * caufed to be * may 
precede the word 'affixed,' the blank immediately follow- 
ing to be filled with a defignation of the Seal 5 as, that it 
is the Seal of a certain Court, naming it - y or the Seal of a 
certain Corporation, naming it ; or the Seal of Office of 
the party before whom the acknowledgment is taken if he 
has one j or if he has none, with the words * my Seal. 

if there be no public or official Seal to the acknowledg- 
ment, proof of the execution of the Power muft be made 
b\ Oath or Affii rnation of one of the Witncffes, t® be t iken 
before fome perfon duly authorised at the place where the 
transfer is to be made. 

( B ) 

FORM of a POWER of ATTORNEY, to receive 

Intereft. 

KNOW ALL MEN by thefe prefents : That 

do make, constitute and appoint true and 



lawful Attorney, for and in name . to receive 
the intereft the Stock, (landing in 

name in the Books of with power | 

alfo an Attorney or Attornies, under for that purpofe 
to make and fubftitute j and to do all lawful Atfs rtquifite 
for effecting the Premifes 5 hereby ratifying and confirm -I; 
ing all that faid Attorney, or Substitute or Subfti- , 
jjtutes mail do therein by virtue hereof. 

IN WITNESS whereof have hereunto fet Hand 
'and Seal , the Day of in the Year of our Lor d 

One Thoufand Hundred 

I Sealed and delivered in Prefence of 
I BE IT KNOWN, that on the Day of One 

I Thoufand Hundred before me 
icame within named, and acknowledged the 

j'above Letter of Attorney to be Ac"t and Deed. 

IN teftimony whereof I have hereunto fet my Hand and 
the Day and Year laft aforefaid. 

DIRECTIONS. 

! IF the Power is to be general, the words « now due, or 
which hereafter grow due upon' are to be inferted after the 
word * intereftV If not general, the time for, or to which 
the intereft is to be received, to befpecially exprefied after 
the word ' intereft.' 

If no power of fubftitution is defired to be given, the 
whole that relates to it to be omitted. The place of abode 
and quality of each witnefs,to be written againft his name.! 
The acknowledgment may be taken before any Judgej 
of a Court of the United States, or of a Superior Court of 
Law or Equity in any State, or of a County Court, or be- 
fore the Mayor, or other Chief Magistrate of any place, or 
before a Notary Public. 

In the acknowledgment, if the Seal of a Court or Cor^ 
poration is to be affixed, the words « caufe to be ' may 
ij precede the word 'affixed.' The blank immediately fol- 
lowing to be filled with a defignation of the Seal j as that 
;it is the Seal of a certain Court, naming it ; ar the Seal 
■of a certain Corporation, naming it ; or the Seal of OfficeJ 

(of the Party before whom the Acknowledgment is taken,; 
if he hat> one ; or if he has none, with the words ' my feah? 
If there be no public or official Seal to the Acknowledg-i 



i i - i ii i . i . .. f ' - i '■ i i i n i 

ment, proof of the execution of the power, muft be made 
by Oath or Affirmation of one of the Witnefies, to be taken 
before fome Perfon duly authorised, at the Place where 
the Transfer is to be made. 

PENSIONERS. 

Invalid Penjionen of the United States are paid once in 
fix Months, by the Commiffioners of Loans within the 
States refpectively, under the following Regulations, viz.! 

EVERY application for payment muft be accompanied, 
by the following vouchers. 

ift. The certificates given by the ftate, fpecifying that 
the perfon pofleffing the fame is in fact an Invalid, and 
ascertaining the fum to which as fuch he is annually intitled. 1 

2d. An Affidavit, agreeably to the following form : j 

A. B. came before me y one of the yujlices of the county 
of in the State of and made oath that be is the fame A. 
B. to whom the original cert'ifcate in bis fofj'effion was given,' 
of which tbe following is a copy (the certificate given by the 
State to be recited) That beferved (regiment, corps or 

vefj'cl) at the time be was difabled, and that be now refides in 
the and county of and has refided there for the lafl 

years, previous to which he refided in 

In cafe an invalid Should apply for payment by an at 5 
torney, the faid attorney, befides the certificate and oath| 
before recited, muft produce a fpecial letter of attorney; 
agreeably to the following form : 

I A. B . of county of State of do hereby j 

conftitute and appoint CD. of my lawful attorney, to 

receive in my behalf of my penfonforfix months, as an 

invalid of the United States, from the day of 

one thoufand Jeven hundred and and ending the 

day of one thoufand Jeven hundred and 

Signed and fealed in 
the prefence of 

7 Acknowledge^ before me, 

Applications of executors and adrriniftrators muft be 
accompanied vith legal evidence of their refpecVive offices,' 
and alfo of the time the invalids died, whofe penfion they! 
may claim. j 





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Government of the United States. 






fy&orae, vVajniricdoTi, 






President of the United State*, 






Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy thereof* 






TOBIAS LEAR, Secretary to the President. 






JOHN ADAMS, L.L.D. 






Vice-President, and President of the Senate. 




1 


Senators of the United States. 






Nezu - Hampfij ire* 


Pennfylnjanla* 






John JLangdon, 


Robert Morris, 






Paine Wingate. 


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MaffachufetU*. 


Delaware* 






Caleb Strong, 


Richard BaflTet, 






George Cabot. 


George Read. 






Rhode-Ijland. 


Maryland* 






Theodore F otter, 


Charles Carroll, 






Jofeph Stanton. 


John Henry. 






ConneElicut*. 


Virginia* 






Roger Sherman, 


Richard Henry Lee, 






Oliver Elifworth. 


James Munroe. 






Vermont, 


North - Carolina * 






Mofes Robin Ton, 


Samuel Johnfon, 






Stephen R. Bradley, 


Benjamin Hawkins, 






New-York* 


South-Carolina* 






Rufus King, 


Pierce Butler, 






Aaron Burr. 


Ralph Izard. 






New-jferfey* 


Georgia, 






Philemon Dickenfon, 


William Few, 






John Rutherford. 


James Gunn. 






Samuel A. Otis, Secretary. 






Robert Hyfham, and Otis, jun. Clerks. 






Bifhop White, Chaplain. 




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James Mathers, Door-keeper. 
Cornelius Maxwell, MerTenger. 






JohnFenno, Printer. 

mm ■ ■ ,,; , r — ■ — -~ —— 





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Represent a tivks 
Jonathan Tj 
New - Hampjb ire, 
Nicholas Giiman, 
Samuel Livermore, 
Jeremiah Smith. 

MaJJacbufetts, 
Flfher Ames, 
Elbridge Gerry, 
Benjamin Goodhue, 
Shearjafhub Bourne, 
Artemas Ward, 
George Thatcher, 
Theodore Sedgwick, 
George Leonard. 

Rhode JJland. 
Benjamin Bourne. 

Connecticut. 
Jonaihan Sturgis, 
Jonathan Trumbull, 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, 
James Hillhoufe, 
A ma fa Learned. 

Vermont* 
Nathaniel Niles, 
lfrael Smith. 

New -York* 
Egbert Benfon, 
John Lawrence, 
Peter Sylvefter, 
James Gordon, 
Corn. C. Schoonmaker, 
Thomas Treadwell. 

Neiv-Jerfey. 
Elias Boudinot, 
Abraham Clarke, 
Jonathan Dayton, 
Aaron Kitchell. 

'Pennfyl'vania. 
F. A. Muhlenberg, 
Daniel Heifter, 



o/fi<? United States. 
kumbull, Speaker* 

Thomas Fitzfimons, 
lfrael Jacobs, 
Thomas Hartley, 
Andrew Greig, 
William Findley, 
John W. Kittera. 

Delaware, 
John Vining. 

Maryland, 
Jomua Seney, 
Samuel Sterett, 
John F. Mercer, 
William V. Murray, 
Philip Key, 
Upton Sheredine. 

Virginia, 
John Brown, 
William B. Giles, 
Samuel Griffin, 
Richard Bland Lee, 
James Madifon, jun. 
Andrew Moore, 
John Page, 
Alexander White, 
Jofiah Parker, 
Abraham Venable. 
North - Carolina. 
John Baptift Aflie, 
John Steele, 
Hugh Williamfon, 
William B. Groves, 
Nathaniel Macon. 
South- Carolina, 
Daniel Huger, 
William Smith, 
Thomas Sumpter, 
Thomas Tuder Tucker, 
Robert Barnwell. 



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Georgia. J°hn Milledge, 

Abraham Baldwin. | Francis Willis. 

John Bcckley, Clerk to the Houfe. 

B. Webb, William Claiborne, Clerks, in the Clerk's Office. 

Rev. Mr. Green, Chaplain. 

Jofeph Whcaton, Serjeant at Arms. 

G. Dally, Door-keeper. T. Claxton, MeiTenger. 

MeiTrs. Child s and Swaine, Printers. 

Executive Department of the United States. 
DEPARTMENT of STATE. 
THOMAS JEFFERSON, L.L.D. 
Secretary of State; 
George Taylor, Chief Clerk. 
Jacob Blackwell, W. Lambert, Dr. PhirTer, Clerkf. 
Philip Freneau, Clerk of Foreign Languages. 
Sampfon Crofby, Door-keeper and Mefienger* 
Treafury Department. 
Alexander Hamilton, L.L.D. Secretary of the 
Treafury of the United States. 
John Meyer, and Edward Jones, Chief Clerks. 
A. C Frances, Leighton Wood, Aaron Lawrance, Mat. 
Watfon, Wm. Banks, Daniel Brent, Clerks. 
Fred. Bowman, Office-keeper and Meflenger. 
Tench Coxe, Commiffioner of the Revenue. 
Comptroller's Office. 
Oliver Wolcotr, jun. Comptroller. 
Henry Kuhl, Chief Clerk. Gervas Hall, John Wood- 
fide, William Brodie, William M. Biddle, Alexander Bro- 
die, James Shoemaker, William Irvine, James Graham, 
and C. Jarvis, Clerks. 

Auditor's Office. 

Richard Harrifon, Auditor. 

William Simmons, flrft Clerk. James Burnfide, R. 

Underwood, Doyle S weeny, George Nixen, W.Blackburn, 

i Clement C. Brown, Ezek. Freeman, W. Pike, J. White, 

J. Gibfon, M. Sweeny, and W. Reddy, Clerks. 

J. Bowman* Office-keeper and Meffenger. 

Regijier y s Office. 

Jofeph Neurfe, Regifter. 

Jofeph Stretch, Clerk of the Transfers. 



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Geo. Walker, H arman Stout, Jofhua Dawfon, Gabri< 
Nourfe, John Woodward, John Wright, T. O'Harra 
M. F. Crofby, John Burehan, jun. Edward O'Harra 
John Litle, Armit Brown, J. Burehan, fen. Jacob Koweil 
and Benja. Workman, Clerks. 

Treafurer*s Ofjice. 

Samuel Meredith, Treafurer. 

John Thompfon, Chief Clerk. An. Grayton, Clerk, 

Office for fettling Accounts between the Unitec 

States and individual States. 

Williara Irvine, and William Langdon, Commifiioners 

Patrick Ferrall, Chief Clerk. John Crawford, Griffitr 

Evans, J. Lock wood, J. Knapp, Benj. Mifflin, J. Parker 

and Daniel Parker, Clerks. 

_ , Office-keeper and MeflTenger. 



Minifterial and Confular Appointments by th 

United States. 

In France and its Dominions. 

Gouverneur Morris, Minifter Plenipotentiary* 

Jofeph Fenwick, Conful at Bourdeaux. 

Burrell Carnes, Conful at Nantes, 

Nathaniel Barrett, Conful at Rcuen. 

Stephen Cathlan, Vice-Conful at Marfeilles . 

Monf. De la Motte, Vice-Conful at Havre de Grace, 

Sylvanus Bourne, Conful at Hifpaniola. 

Fulwar Skipwith, Conful at Martinique. 

In Spain. 

William Carmichael, Charge des Affaires. 

Edward Church, Conful at Bilboa. 

In the United Netherlands. 

William Short, Refldent. 

Charles W. F. Dumas, Agent at the Hague. 

Ebenezer Brum, Conful at Surinam. 

In Great-Britain and Ireland. 

Thomas Pinckney, Minister Plenipotentiary. 

Jofliua Johnfon, Conful at London. 

James Maury, Conful at Liverpool. 

Thomas Auldjo, Vice-Conful at Poole. 

William Knox, Conful at Dublin. 




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In the Dominions of Portugal. 

David Humphreys, Minifter Refident. 

John Marfden Pintard, Conful at Madeira. 

John Street, Vice- Conful at Fayal. 

In the Dominions of Denmark. 

James Yard, Con Ail at St. Croix, 

In the Imperial free City of Hamburgh, 

John Pariih, Vice Conful at Hamburgh. 

In China* Samuel Shaw, Conful at Canton, 

In Morocco* F. Chiappe, Agent at Morocco. 

Guifeppe Chiappe, Agent at Mogador. 

tylinifterial and Confu/ar appointments by foreign Powers to 

the United States, 

By France. 

Monfieur Ternant, Minifter Plenipotentiary. 

Monfieur Otto, Secretary* 

Monfieur Dupont, private Secretary, 

Sieur de la Foreft, Vice-Conful-General. 

Monfieur Mantel, Chancellor to the Confulate. 

Sieur de TEtombe, Conful for the States of New-Hamp 

ihire, MafTachufetts and Rhode-Ifland. 
Pierre Francis Barbe de Marbois, Conful for the States of 

Connecticut, N. York and N. Jerfey. 
Chevalier de Annemours, Conful for the States of Mary- 
land and Virginia. 
|ieur Ignace Romame Chevalier d'Aviftay de Chateau - 
fort, Conful for the States of North-Carolina, South - 
Carolina, and Georgia. 

Sieur Tofcan, Vice Conful for New-Hampfhire. 

Sieur Marbois, Vice-Conful for Philadelphia and along 

the Delaware. 

Sieur Ofter, Vice-Conful for Richmond, in Virginia. 

Sieur Petry, Vice-Conful for North- Carolina. 

Sieur Foreft, Vice-Conful for Savannah, in Georgia. 

By Spain. Don J. Jaudenes, and Don J. de Viar, 

Joint Commimoners. 

By Great-Britain. 

George Hammond, Minifter Plenipotentiary. 

Mr. Thornton, Secretary. 

Sir John Temple, Conful -General. 



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Ihomas M'Donogh, Conful for the States of New-Hanip- 

fhire, Maflachufetts, Rhode-Ifland and Connecticut, 
Phineas Bond, Conful for the States of New- York, N. Jer- 
fey, Pennfylvania, Delaware and Maryland. 
John Hamilton, Conful for Virginia. 
George Miller, Conful for the States of North -Carolina, 
South Carolina and Georgia. 
By the United Netherlands, 
Francis Van Berckel, Refident. 
Diederick Leertouwer,Confui for the States of New-Hamp- 

ftiire and Mafiachufetts. 
Harmaan Le Roy, Conful for the States of New-York and 

New Jerfey. 
Jan Hendrick Chriftiaan Heineken, Conful for the States 
of Pennfylvania and Delaware. 
Adriaan Valck, Conful for Maryland and Virginia. 
Jan Booen Graves, Conful for theStates of North Carolina, 
South- Carolina, and Georgia. 
By Sweden. 

Richard Soderftrom, Conful for Bofton & the Eaftern States. | 

Charles Heliitedt, Conful for Philadelphia and the Southern 

States. 

By Portugal, 

Don — Freire, Minifter Refident. 

Ignatius Palyart, Conful -General. 

Richard Codman, Vice Conful, Maflachufetts. 

John AHrams, Vice-Conful, New- York. 

James Barry, Vice-Conful for Maryland and Virginia. 

Francis Verknock, Vice-Conful, South-Carolina. 

By Genoa. Jofeph Ravara, Conful-General. 
By Prujfia. Charles G. Polefte, Conful-Genera). 

CUSTOM-HOUSE OFFICERS. 

For the State of Neiv-Hampjhlre. 
Portfmoutb. Jofeph Whipple, Colle&or ; Eleazw Ruf- 
fell, Naval-Officer ; Thomas Martin, Surveyor. 
For the State of MaJJacbufetts. 
Newbury. port. Stephen Crofs, collector, Jonathan 
Tircomb, naval- officer, Michael Hodge, furveyor. J 

Glouceftcr, Eps Sergeant, collector, Samuel Whitte- 
more, furveyor. . 



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^ Salem. Jofeph Hiller, colleaor } William Pickman, 
naval officer} Bartholomew Putnam, furveyor. 
Beverly. Jofiah Bachelor, furveyor. 
Ipfivicb. Jeremiah Stanniford, furveyor; 
Marblebead. Richard Harris, collector. 
Bofton & Cbarleftown. Benjamin Lincoln, collector \ 
James Lovell, naval -officer ; Thomas Melvil, furveyor. 
Plymouth. William Watfon, collector, 
Barnfiable. Jofeph Otis, collector. 
Nantucket. Stephen HufTey, collector. 
Edgartown. John Peafe, collector. 
New -Bedford. Edward Pope, collector, 
Digbion. Hodijah Bailies, collector. 
Rcboboth. Lemuel Wyatr, collector. 
York. Richard Trevett, collector. 
Biddaford & Peppirdborcugh. Jeremiah Hill, collector. 
Pert land. Nathaniel Fad*re Fofdick, collector > James, 
iLunt, furveyor. 

Bath. William Webb, colleaor. 
TFifcaJfett. Francis Cook, collector. 
Penobfcot. John Lee, collector. 
Frenchman's -Bay. Melatiah Jordan, collector, 
Machiai. Stephen Smith, collector. 
• B ajjamaauoddy * Lewis F. Delefdernier, colleaor. 
Bhods-Iftnd. 
Newport. William Eilery, colleaor j Robert Crook, 
naval-officer; Daniel Lyman, furveyor. 
| Providence. Jeremiah Olney, colleaor 5 Wm. Barton, 
furveyor 5 Ebenezer Thompfon, naval officer. 

Eaft-Grtenivkb. Thomas Arnold, furveyor. 
'Warren & Barr'mgton. Nathaniel Phillips, furveyor. 
Br'iftol. Samuel Bofwoi th, furveyor. 
Paukatuck- River. George Stillman, furveyor. 
Patuxtt. Zacharuh Rhodes, furveyor. 
Nortb-Kinifton, Daniel Eldredge Updike, furveyor, 

Con;if£iicut. 
New -London. Jedidiah Huntington, colleaor j Natha-j 
niel Richards, furveyor. 
» r Nathaniel SalfonftaU, Jonathan Trotti Daniel Richards, 

I jEbenezer Goddard, Peter B. Harris, lfaac Williams, and 
:e| I Timothy Starr, infpeaors. 

■ ! Ebenezer Douglas and Archibald Robertfon, weighers,/ 
51 i meafuiers and gaugers 



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I Jonathan Maltbie, commander, George Hciafe, flrft 

'mate, Greenman, fecond mate, Ebenezer Perkins, 

third mate, of the Argus, revenue cutter. 

Stonington, Jonathan Palmer, jun. furveyor. - 

Middletown. Comfort Sage, furveyor. 

New- Haven, Jonathan Fitch, collector 5 Hezekiah 
Rogers, furveyor. , 

Fairfield, Samuel Smedley, collector. 

Vermont, Step. Keyes, collector, at Alburgh. 
New-York, 

New-York, John Lamb, collector 5 Benjamin Walker, 
naval -officer ; John Lamer, furveyor. 

Sagg-Harbour, Henry P. Dering, collector. 

City o/Hudjon, John Ten Broek, furveyor. 

City §f Albany, Jeremiah Lanfmg, furveyor; 
New -Jet-fey. 

Perth Amboy. John Haiftead, colleclor. 

Burlington, John Rofa, colleclor. 

Bridgetown. Eli Elmer, colleclor- 

Great - Egg- Harbour, Daniel Benezet, jun. collector, 
Pennfyl'vania, 

Philadelphia. Sharpe Deiany, colleclor 5 Fred. Phile, 
jnaval- officer; William M'Pherfon, furveyor. 
Delaware, 

Wilmington. George Bufh, colleclor. 
Maryland. 

Baltimore. Otho H. Williams, colleclor ; William Pur 
viance, naval -officer j Robert Ballard, furveyor. 

Cbcfler, Jeremiah Nicols, colleclor. 

Oxford. Jeremiah Banning, colleclor. 

Vienna. John Mier, colleclor. 

Sr.oiv-Hill, John Gunby, colleclor. 

Annapolis, John Davidfon, colleclor. 

Nottingham, George Bifcol, colleclor. 

Town Creek. Charles Chilton, furveyor. 

Nanjemay, John Coats Jones, colleclor. 

St, Marfs. Robert Chefley, furveyor. 

Georgetown. James M'Cubbin Lingham, colleclor. 
Virginia. 

Hampton. Jacob Wray, colleclor. 

Norfolk £f Portfmouth. William L'ndfay, colleclor j 
Plilerqon Gatewcod, naval-officer : Daniel Bedinger, furv 






Suffolk. Archibald Richard ion, furveyor 

Smithfisld. James Wells, furveyor. 

Bermuda Hundred, or City Point. William Heth, collec 
ctor } Chrifto* Roan, furveyor. 

Peter/burgh. John Gibbons, furveyor. 

Tor k Town* Abraham Archer, collector. 

Weft-Point. John Spotfwood Moore, furveyor» 

Jappaheutnock. Hudfon Mufe, collector. 

Port Royal. George Catlett, furveyor. 

Frederick/burgh. William Lewis, furveyor. 

Teocomico River. Vincent Redman, collector. 

Bumf i ies & Newport, Richard Marmall Scott, collector, 

Alexandria. Charles Lee, collector 3 Samuel Hanfon, 
furveyor. 

Cberryftene. George Savage, collector. 

South Quay. Thomas Barne, collector. 

Louifvilie. Peyton Short, collector. 

Richmond. Zecharhh Rowland, furveyor.' 

Folly Landing. William Gibbs, collector. 
North Carolina. 

Wilmington. James Read, collector 5 John Walker, 
naval- officer 5 Thomas Callender, furveyor. 

Newbent. John Davis, collector. 

Beaufort. John Eafton, furveyor. 

Wafoington. Nathan Keais, collector. 

Edentm. Thomas Benbury, collector. 

Hartford. Jofhua Skinner, jun. furveyor. 

Murphy [borough* Hardy Murphy, furveyor. 

Plymouth. Levi Blount, furveyor. 

Sheivarkey, Henry Hunter, furveyor. 

Wmton. William Winna, furveyor. 

Bennets-Cresk. John Baker, furveyor. 

Plank- bridge, Sawyer's Creek. Ifaac Gregory, collector. 

Noxington. Hugh Knox, furveyor. 

Indian Town. Thomas Williams, furveyor. 

PafquGtank River Bridge. Edmund Sawyer, furveyor. 

Newbiggin Creek* Eiias Albertfon, furveyor. 
* South -Carolina. 

Charlefton. George Abbot Hall, collector ; Ifaac Mc 
naval-officer j Edward Weyman, furveyor. 

Georgetown. John Cogdell, collector. 



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Georgia, 

Savannah. John Habafham, collector j John Bcnecin, 
furveyor. 

Sunbury. Cornelious Collins, collector. 
Brunjwick. Chriftopher Hillary, colle&or. 

COMMISSIONERS of LOANS, 
New~HawpJbire, William Gardiner. 



MaffachujttLS, 

Rbode-Ifland, 

Connecticut, 

New -York, 

New-jferfey, 

Pennfyl--vania > 

Delaware, 

Maryland, 

Virginia, 

North -Carolina, 

South -Carolina, 

Georgia, 



Nathaniel Appieton. 
Jabez Bowen. 
William Imiay. 
John Cochran. 
James Ewing. 
Thomas Smith. 
James Tilton. 
Thomas Harwocd, 
John Hopkins. 
Wil'iam Skinner. 
John de Neufville. 
Richard Wylty. 



SUPER VISORS /or Ce//*tf«» cf Duties on Spirits. 

New -Hampfhire, Jcmua Wentwoith. 

Majfackujetts, Nathaniel Gorham. 

Rbcde-Ijland, J°hn S. Dexter. 

Connefticut, John Chefter. 

Vermont, Noah Smith. 

New -York, Richard Morris. 

New Jerfiy , A aroii D u n h a m • 

Pcnnjyl<vania, George Clymer. 

Delaware, Andrew Batiett. 

Maryland, George Gak. 

Virginia, ( Edvvard.Carringtom 

North-Carolina, William Polk. 

Soutb-Careliria, D i n i e 1 Stevens. 

Georgia, John Mathews. 

Majiers ofvffih, within $ Lours oftcr arrival, having ot 
board d if J lied fpirits brought from any foreign place, are to re- 
port to the Injpeilor of 'the port, the place frcm which fie I of. 
failed, with her name and burthen, and the quantity and kind 
of the fu'id fpirits on board, and . he ca/ks, veffeh or cafes (cntain 
ir.g than, with the marks^ and numbers, on forfeiting 50c dais 



WPECTdRlTofKEyE'NUE in the Jiate ^Connecticut. 

Nathaniel Richards, for the feveral ports in the diftricl ofj 
New- London, excepting the ports of Middletown and 
Stonington. 

Comfort Sage, for the port of Middletown. 
Jonathan Palmer^ jun, for the port of Stonington 
Jonathan Fitch, for the ports in the diflric"t of N. Haven. 
Samuel Smcd/ey, for the ports in the diftricl of Fairfield,' 
[The duty of an In/peel or of Revenue principally regards 
foreign imported fpirits.] 

COLLECTORS of REVENUE. 
Hexekiab Merrill, for the counties of Hartford & Tolland. 
| Dyer White, for the county of New-Haven. 
I Robert Hallam, for the towns of New-London, Groton, 
^Stonington, Lyme, Prefton, Montville, Say Brook and 
Killingworth. 

| Thomas Coit of Norwich 9 for the towns of Norwich, Col- 
cheftep, Lifbon, Bozrah and Franklin j and alfo all the;") 
county of Windham. 

Epbraim Kir by, for the counties of Fairfield Sc Litchfield 
Chauncey Whit tet fry, for the towns of Middletown and 
Haddam. 

Robert Warner, for the towns of Chatham and Eaft- 
Haddam. 

[The duty ©f Collectors of the Revevue, regards fpirits d.ifl 
. ilied within the United States, from foreign and dome 
ftic materials.] 

Spirits are. not to be transported b\' land or water unlefs ac- 
companied with the necefj'ary certificates. 

The following articles are to be infpecled, and cer- 
tificate of infpeclion produced at the cufiom- s 
hQufc y at the time of clearing, viz. 
Pork — beef — fifti — butter — lard — flour — tobac- 
co—pot and pearl allies — (laves — fhirigles, and 
boards. Form. 

" / certify, that twenty barrels of pork have 
"" been infpe.cled by me. agreeable to law, and #f-L 
," cording to the brands a fixed to the fame" [I 



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ALL Matters ©f Vettels from foreign ports are, within 
4 hours after their arrival, to make report at the neareftl 
Cuflom-houfe office, and within 48 hours, a further icport 
to the Collector, of the name, burthen and lading of his 
veffel, whether ftowed loofe or in packages, the marks, 
numbers and contents of each, the place and perfon to 
whom configned, and the place where taken in, of what 
country built, from what place me laft failed, and who 
was and is mafter : At the time of delivering the manifeft 
the mafter is to declare to the truth thereof, and that no 
part of her lading, iince her departure from the place flic 
laft failed, has been landed, unladed or otherwife removed 
from on board her ; and further, that in cafe he fliali after- 
wards know of any goods, other than reported, he will 
forthwith make report to the Collector. 

Matters of veffels neglecting to report, delivering their 
manifefts, or taking the oath, are liable, for every offence,! 
to forfeit the fum of 1000 dollars. 

I Veffels of war, and public packets carrying difpatches, 
jare exempt from making report. 

No Goods to be unloaded but in open day, or without 
a Permit, under penalty of 400 dollars, difability from 
holding office for the term of feven years, and being adver-j 
tifed in gazette, and forfeiture of goods, and if above thej 
fum of 400 dollars, of veffel, &c. 

If any part of the cargo fnall be unladen, for any purpofe 
whatever (except in difirefs) the commander on board for- 
feits icoo dollars, with the goods remaining on board. 
I Goods to be unladen in fifteen days, or delivered to the 
[Collector, except fait or coal, which may be continued 
'longer, on the matter or owner pajing infpectors. 
\ Goods not agreeing with manifeft, or manifeft with de- 
livery, the matter to forfeit 500 dollars. 
j No Goods of foreign growth or manufacture to be 
brought into the U. S. unkfs by fea, and not in veffels un 
iter 30 tons, on forfeiture of goods and veffd (except wjih- 
in the dittrict of Louifville. ) 
} Veffels in diftrefs to report in 4S hours from arrival, to 
protett before a Notary-Public or Juftice, in 24 hours, and 
if it appears neceffaiy to the Collector, he may permit to 
unload, on payment of the duties on goods neceffary to pay! 
expences ; neccffity to b<? made appear to wardens, or o- 
thers for the purpofe authorized. 



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Duties to be paid before permit, uniefs they exceed 56 
dollars, in which cafe, they may be fecured by bond with 
one or more fureties, payable for Weft India goods in four: 
months, Madeira wines in twelve months, other goods in'jjj 
fix months ; or the importer may depofit double the value 1 
p£ the duties in goods to future the payment of duties,' 
which, on failure of payment, are to be fold. 

Goods ad valorem to be valued by adding 20 per cent, toll 
the actual coft, if from the Cape of Good Hope or beyondJ! 
and 10 pcrct. if from any other place,exclu five of charges.! 

Goods damaged, or without invoice, to be valued on* 
'oath or affirmation, by two perfons, one chofen by the 
Collector, and the other by the party 

No perfon whofe bend for duties is due and unpaid, toj 
be allowed credit for duties. 

Bonds for duties, when due, to beprofecuted 5 and In 
cafe of insolvency, to have preference. 

Goods removed before weighed or gauged, withouNcon- 
fent of the collector, or other proper officer, are forfeited. 

Perfons knowingly buying goods liable to feizu re, forfeit 
.'double value \ goods found on fear'ch, which have not paid 
duties, forfeited. 

Drawback allowed at the place of entry only, on all 
goods exported to any country without the United States 
in the original packages, and within fix months after pay- 
ment made, or fecurity given, for duties, retaining one per 
cent, of dut-es paid, and excepting where duties do not 
amount to 20 dollars at the lead. 

Bonds with one or more fureties to be given, that fuch 
* goods (hall not here-landed within the United States. 
; Goods not entitled to drawback until after 6 months, 
: and until the exporter produce certificate in writing of two 
refpectable merchants at the foreign port or place where 
landed, together with the oath of the matter and mate of 
the veflTel, certifying the delivery thereof. 

Officers may feize within or without their diftrict 
! Perfons giving or offering bribe, forfeit from 200 to 
2000 dollars 

i Captain or owner making falfe oath of entry, fuffers 2 
fine not exceeding 1000 dollars, and not more than 12 
months imprifonment 

j Collector, naval officer and furveyor, or perfon fpeciall\ 
appointed by either of them for the purpofe, may entei 






i,&vi 

to fufpect goods fubjtcl 



any veffel in which they have veafon to fufpecl goods fubjtcl 
to duty are concealed, and if they have caufe to fufpecl con- 
cealment in any dv/eliing-houfe, ttore, or other place, on 
application on oath or affirmation, to any juttice of peace, 
have warrant to enter, in the day time only, and feize 

All penalties, fines and forfeitures, are to be one moiety 
to the United States, the other to be paid in equal parts to 
the collector, naval-officer and furveyor of the port where 
the fame had occurred ; in diftricts where there is one cmV 
xer, he has the whole moiety. If the forfeiture is recovered? 
;by information given by any other than a cuftom-ho-ufe- 
^officer, one half of faid moiety to be given to the informer,] 
•the remainder to be difpofed of as aforefaid. 

In cafe of veffel catt away, or other accident, to produce 
a proteft in due form, and in cafe fuch protett cannot be 
had, the oath or affirmation of the exporter, cr other proof, 
to the fatisfaction of the collector. 
I Goods exported for drawback, and relanded, fubjeft to' 
feizure, together with the veffel, boats, &c. and perfons; 
concerned to fuffer Mx months imprifonment. 
j In order to fecure the collection of thefe duties, boats or<i 
cutters are to be equipped— each to have one matter, andl 
not more than three mates, four mariners and two boys ;] 
the matter allowed 3c dollars per month, iff mate 20, 2d| 
mate 16, 3d mate 14, each mariner 8, and each boy 4 dojs.l 
The officers of thefe boats or cutters to be officers of tli 
cuftoms, with authority to go on board any veffel within 4I 
r leagues of the coafU of the United States. Sma'l open- 
boats are aifo provided, to go on board veffels, for the bet- 
ter detection of frauds. 

By afubfequcnt a£i — no veffel arriving at any port within 
the U. S. where a poll office is eftabliihed,mall be permit- 
I ted to report, make entry or break bulk, till the matter 
fnall have delivered to the port- matter, all letters directed 
to any perfon within the U. S. which, under his care or 5 i 
within his power, (hall be brought in fuch veffel, other than | 
fuch as are directed to the owner or confignee : except faid 
veffel fhall be bound to another pert, than that at whichj 
fhe may enter. The matter is entitled to two cents for.' 
each letter or packet — to be paid by the pott- matter. Col-; 
lector to require an oath of fuch matter &c. that he has de-* 
livered fuch letters, &c. 



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Subftance of the Coafting Aft. 

ALL vefiels, to be intitled to the benefit of American 
yeflels, muft be regiftered or enrolled, and have their names 
and the names of the places to which they belong,, painted 
co their items, on a black ground with white letters, at 
lead three inches in length, on forfeiture of paying foreign 
tonnage. 

Regifters to be granted to none but American built vef-; 
fels, owned wholly by citizens thereof — or owned by citi-j 
*ens on and fince 16th May 1789, and commanded by 
c itizens of the United States. The furveyor having firft 
certified their exacl tonnage. Eonds to be given for pre-! 

I'fervation of Regifters. 
Vefiels built in the United States for foreigners, to be 
recorded in the collector's ofMc^, on oath. 
L American vefiels (of the above description) of lefs than 
,20 tons, and not lefs than 5 'tons, (qualrfied as before) to 
«procure a licence annually, which wiil exempt them from 
■entering or clearing for one year. Mafters or owners to t 
jgive bond, that fuch vefiels fhall not be concerned in any: 
[illicit trade. And before they can renew fuch licence,* 
jm.uft make oath that they have not been concerned in any; 
^illicit trade. 

r Mafters and owners of American coafting vefiels, of 20' 
[tons or upwards, (hall have licence to trade or fifh for oner 
"year, tonnage being flrft paid, and bond given that the 1 
^vefiels fhall not be employed in any illicit trade— en fail-i 
fire to procure a licence muft pay foreign tonnage. 

Mafters bound to foreign ports, to deliver a manifeft of 
the cargo, ©n oath> before cleared out. Commander or 
owner forfeits -200 dollars, for failing without clearance. 
Mafters of American coafting vefiels having on board] 
torn gn. goods, &c. of 200 dollars value, or 400 gallons of 
rum, and bound from one diftricl to another, muft deliver 
I duplicate regular manifefts of whole cargo, on oath (one 
I of which manifefts fhall be returned certified to the mafter); 
before permit can be obtained to depart. If not having! 
foreign goods or rum en board, no manifefts are required, 
ftiit they may proceed to any diftrid in the fame flate or 
next adjoining ftate. 

American coafting vefiels, if bound to any other than 
kdjoining ftate ordiftricl in the fame ftate, and if having 



1 American goods or produce on board, muft deliver duptf*j 
cate regular manifefts on oath (one of which will be re-J 
turned certified) before permit to proceed can be obtained.! 
Coafting veflTeh (as before defcribed) from fame, or ad-l 
joining ftate, before permiffion to land the cargo can bej 
obtained, muft deliver a manifrft thereof on oath, within 1 
24 hours after arrival, Sundays excepted. 

In all cafes maflers of coaling vetlels, muft within 24 
hours after arrival, (Sundays excepted) deliver the manifeft 
which was received from the collector authenticated, be- 
fore permit to land goods can be obtained. 

If a matter of any veflej having goods, Sec. on board of 
ioo dollars value, fails without certified manifefi and per 
•nit, he forfeits 400 dollars and goods : Veffels bound to 
idiftricl: in fame, or adjoining ftate, and having on board 
Vm. j rican goods, &c. rum, or other ardent fpirits, excepted^ 
VefTels not intitled to Reeifter or Enrollment, and frau-, 
iulently ufing either, are forfeited. 

Falfe fwearing to be puni'fhed, as wilful and corrupt 
psrjury. Perfons forging or altering official documents; 
to forfeit 500 dollars. 

JUDICIARY ^FthTTOITE b STATES, 

John Jay, Chief JuAice, Salary 4000 dols. per ann 
William Cuihing, James Wilfpn, John Blair, James Ire 
dell,&Thomas Johnfon,AfT6ci*ce Juftices,35co dols. each 
Edmund Randolph, Attorney-General, 1900 dols. 
Samuel Bayard, Clerk of the Supreme Court. 

DISTRICT COURTS New-Hampjblre DlftriB, 

John Sullivan, Judge. Samuel Sherburne, jun. Attorney 
Nathaniel Rogers, Marfhai. 
Maffacbufetts D'iftria. 
John Lowell, Judge. Chriftopher Gore, Attorney. Joh 
Brooks, Marfhai. 
Maine DifirlB. 
David Sewall, Judge. William Li thgow, jun. Attorne; 
Henry Dtarbourn, Marfhai. 
Vermont DiftriB. 
Nathaniel Chipman, Judge. Stephen Jacobs, Attornd 
Lewis R. Morris. Marfhai 
Rhode Ijljnd DiJlnEi. 
Henry Marchant, Judge. William Channing, Attorne; 
William Peck, Marfhai. 



I 



fa— -JLfcJ 

Conneftkut Dijlricl. 

Richard Law, Judge.' Pierpcnt Edwards, Attorney. 

Philip B. Bradley, Marfhal. Simeon Baldwin, Clk. 

New. York DiJIria. 
James Duane, Judge. Richard Harrifon, Attorney. 
Aquila Giles, Marfhal. ^Robert Troup, Clerk. 
Neiv-Jerjey Dijlricl. 
Robert Morris, Judge. Abraham Ogden, Attorney. 
Thomas Lowry, Marfhal. 
Pennfylvania Dijlricl. 
Richard Peters, Judge. William Rawle, Attorney. 
Clement Biddle, Marfhal. 
Delaware Dijlricl. 
Gunning Bedford, Judge. -George Reed, jun. Attorney, 
Allan M'Lean, Marshal. 
Maryland Dijlricl. 
William Paca, Judge. Zebulon Hoilingfworth, Attorney 
Nathaniel Ramfay, Marfhal. 
Virginia Dijlricl. 
Cyrus Griffin, Judge. Alexander Campbell, Attorney. 
David Mead Randolph, Marfhal. 
Kentucky Dijlricl. 
Harry Innis, Judge. William Murray, Attorney. 
Samuel M'Doweli, jun. JVarihal. 
North Carolina Dijlricl. 
John Sitgreaves, Judge. William Hili, Attorney. John 
Skinner, Marfhal. 
South -Carolina Dijlrifl. 
Thomas Bee, Jud?e. John J jiius Prindle, Attorney. 
Jfaac Huger, Marfhal. 
Georgia Dijlricl. 
Nathaniel Pendleton, Judge. Matthew M<A!l!fler, At- 
torney. Robert Forfvfb, Kfar/hal. 

F E D E R A L C ° U * r S - 
jJQUPREME COUttx! At the Seat cf Government, on 
v5 the id Mondays of February and Auguft annually. 
C I R C U I T C O U R T S. 
Eastern Circuit. — In Nezv-Hampfiire, at portf-; 
mouth and Exeter alternately, 24th day* of May and OcloJ 
—In Majfjcbuf'tts, at Bofton, 12th days of May and Oclo.j 
!— in Rhode ■IJlanJy at Newport and Providence, alternately,! 
•7th days of June and Nov. — In ConneSicut) at New-Haven' 
fend Hartford, alternately, 25th days of April and Sept. — I 



| IniWu; TV*, at New- York, 5th days of April and Sept.— * 
|Iq Vermont^ at Bennington, 17th day of June annually. 
If Middle Circuit. In Neivjerfey, at Trenton, 2d 
I days of April and Oct.— -In Pcnnfylvania, at Philadelphia & 

j York-Town, alternately, nth days of April and Q& -In 

I Delaware, at Newcaftle and Dover, alternately, 27th days 
1 of April and OcTo — In Mary kind, at Annapolis and Eafton, 
p alternately, 7th days of May & Nov.— In Virginia, at Rich-: 
mond on the 22d days of May and Nov. 
\ Southern Circuit. — In North-Carolina, at New-; 
bern, ift day of June, and 30th day of Nov.— ^In South-i 
Carolina, at Charlefton, 25th day of 0<£to. and at Columbia, 
12th of May. — In Georgia, at Savannah, 25th day of April,! 
I and in each fucceedingyear at Augufta, 8th diy of Nov. , 
[When any of j aid days hapten on Sunday, the Court is to be- 
gin next day.] D I S T R I C T COURTS. 
\ In thediftricl: of Maine, at Portland and Pownalborough, 
alternately, ift Tuefday of March, third Tuefday of June, 
[and ift Tuefdays of Sept. and Dec. — In New-Hampjhire^ 
alternately at Exeter Sc Portfmouth, 3d Tuefd^ys of March 
June, Sept. and Dec— In Majfacbufetts, alternately at Bof. 
ton and Salem, ift Tuesdays of March, June, Sept. and 
;Dee. — In ConneBicut, alternately at Harttord and New^ 
jHaven, 3d Tuefdays of Feb. Mayj Aug. ^and Nov.— Jn 
[New-York, at the city of New-York, ift Tuefdays of Feb., 
i'May, Aug.. and Nov. — In Ncw-Jerfcy, alternately at New-' 
jBrunfwick & Burlington, ift Tuefdays of Fib. May, Aug., 
jand Nov. — In Pennjyhoania, at Philadelphia, 2d Tuefdaysj 
of Feb. May, Aug. Sc Nov, — In Delaware, alternately at 
jNew-Cartle and Dover, 4th Tuefdays of Feb. May, Aug. 
l«nd Nov. — In Maryland, '.alternately at Baltimore Sc Eaft 
fon, id Tuefdays of March, June, Sept. and Dec, —In Vir 
glnia, alternately at Richmond and Williamfburgh, 3d 
[ I i'uefdays of March, Ju>v, Sepr.and Dec. — In entuchy, 1 
ifHan-odfburgh, 3d Tuefdays of March, June, Sept. Sc Dec 
'-—in A f . Carolina* at Newbern, Wilmington and £dtnton } 
in rotation, ift Mondays of July, Oc>. Jan. and April ~ 
jj.In «S\ Carotin*, at Charleston, 3d Mondays in March and 
IjSept. n't Monday in July, and 2d Monday in Dtc. — In 

! "Georgia^ alternately at Savannah Sc Augufta, 2d Tuefdays 0! 
[March, June, Sent. Sc Deb. — In RbsuU-Jfiavd, Sc Prcvidci.ee 
y Plantations, alternately at Newport Sc Providence, ift Mon 
c d.jysof Aug. Nov Feb. and May. — In Vermont, at Ru'larid 
' and VVindibr ift Monday.*; in May, Aug. Nov. and Feb 



[GOVERNORS "of the different States" Yet the 
: Union,. 



Georgia, Edward 1 dfak, 

South -Carolina, Charles Pitrettaey, 

North Carolina, . Alexander Man in, , 

rr- ■ ■ » i 

*• Irgima} IJei : ry Lee, . 

MaryVdhHV 



Delaware, 
Pennfylvama, 
New yirjeyi 
New -York', 

Vermont, 
^Conntclicut, 
1 Rhode •] fund, 
MaJJ'achufetts 



oitta*8 S ; m Lee, 

Jofhua Chyvor, 
X&pmai iVAhTiin. , r 
AVllliam P^erion." 
CfeoVge Clinton. 
'i "'horn as Chittenden. 
Samuel .HuntLo^ton. 
Arthur FenneV. * 
John HancocR. ' 



'Nsyo-.ttamfjfrre, jbfiah Bartlett 
'Kentucky,' Ira -ic.Sheibv, : 

DA V I D RlT T E N H O I 1 3 S , 

DIRECTOR ' of. the [PAINT of the United S fates. 

H I ,S is, .,X CELLENCY 

S A M U E L HU NT I N G T O N, 

Captain-Gener:;t_and Commander in Cliief, 
Hon. Oliver Wolcott, Lieutenant-General, 

Eberiez'er Huntington, Adjutant General. 
liV Division," Samuel Wyllys, Majoj-.Gener?!, 
lid Division, William Hart, Major .General, 
Jild Divisjorr,' Vacant, ,i ' 

IV th Division, Keman Swift, Major- General. 
Fi,rst Brigade, 
Noah Phelps, • Brigadier-General, 
Elim-i BabcoCft, Brigade-tMajoi 4 . 
ift,Regt. Oliver Mather, Lieut. Colonel Commandant,- 
i Timothy Seymour, Major. 

: Captains. ' 'Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

J%mes Pratt, • • John Leffingwell; Asrro'n Chapin, 
Job Aikn, George Locmio, Eliakim Marlhall, 

lliflia 'Ba^cock, EHfha Wells, Step. Hutdvnlbn, 

Samuel Allen, Ezra Hayden, lib eh. R. BirTell, 

Ebenezer Faxon, Normrah Seymour, Jona. B. Balfh,' 



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Eli'h* Grifwoid, Ehfha Grifwoid, 
iMatthew Cadwell, Solo. Grifwoid, 
Roger Mills, Ifaac Thrall, 

James Goodwin* Allen Goodwin. 



Benj*. Moore, 
* Theodore Cadwell, 
Jofeph Filiey, 
Thomas Spencer. 



, Samael Clark, Mjt. Simeon Grifwoid, Quart. Majler, 
Elima Strong, Pay-Mafier^ Chriftopher Wolcott, Surgeon, 
Dwell Morgan, Surgeon's Mate. 

6 th Regt. Roger Welles, Lieut. CoTonel, 
Ifaac Welles, ift Major, 
Ezekiel P. Belden, ad Major. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enjigns. 

Timothy RuflTell, Richard Deming, Levi Churchill, 
Samuel Curtifs, Daniel Wood houfe, John Rofe, 

Abraham Talcott, jofeph Rifley, 
Afa Deming, Hofea Bulkley, 

Levi Lufk, Robert Welles, 

Samuel Hills, Elijah Covill, 
Nathaniel Talcott, Eliakim Goodrich, 
_ — Hale, 
Abel Allis. 



JElifha Hale, 
Wait Robbins, 
Juftus Francis, 
Jofeph Goodell 
John Hale, 

Zeb. Richardfon, David Dickinfon, 
Reuben Ridey. Philip Covill, 

Jared Bunce,^/;. John Hale, ^. Maft. Sim. William 8 
Pay Mafi. Geo. Olcott, Surg. Jofeph Hale, Surg. Mate. 



19th Regt. 



Oliver King, Lieut. Colonel, 
Rofwell Grant, Major. 

Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Eli Biflell, Abiel Wclcott, 

Shubael GrifwokJ, Levi Goodwin, 
John Morton, Levi Fifh, 
Jacob Lyman, Jonah Strickland, 
Richard Treat, John Phillips, 
Eleazer Pinney, James M'K.enny,3 
Ephraim Webfter, Samuel Peck, 
Cornell. Roberts, Oliver Hunt, 
Daniel Rockwell, Jona. btouyrhton, Oliver Grant, 
Elima Pitkin. George Pitkin, ju. Samuel Pitkin. 

I James Benjamin. 

Shubael Grifwoid,^///. Phineas Talcott, %. Map, 
Eleazer Pinney, Pay-Majier, Timothy Hall, Surgeon, Et 
ward Tudor, Surgeon" s-Mate. 



■ Captains'. 
Eli Moore, 
Aftibel Stanley, 
Caleb Booth, 
Jofeph Carver, 
'jofeph Arnold, 
•Wareham Fetter, 
.Ozias BiflelJ, 
Rofewell Payne, 



aad Regt. Elijah Chapman, Lieut. Colonel, 
Ebenezer Gay, Major. 

Captains. Lieuts, Enfigns. 

Eber Robinfon, Ammi Paulk, John Wan en, 
Calvin Edfon, Jonah Phelps, Alva Weft, 
Stephen Crocker, Elijah Hanks, Elijah Fenton, 

Gerfhom Brigham, Timothy Parker, Daniel Dormon, 
Abijah Seflions, Panuel Child, Jofeph Snell, 
John Holmes, Reuben Cady, Afa Cady, 
Ambel Chapman, Ebenezer Spencer, Eliakim Chapman, 
Tho. Davenport, Jofeph Taicott, Elijah Wright, 
Eben. Colborn, Nathaniel Hyde, John Orcutt, 
John Goodwell, Gold Stiles, Avery Davis, 

Hez. Ruflell. Philip Warner; Jeffe Foot. 

Samuel Whittelfey, Adjt. Elijah Wright, £{r. Mafler, 
Jonathan Barnes, Pay-Mafter, William Grofvenor, Surg. 

31ft Regt. Luther Loomis, Lieut. Colonel, 
Afa Hamilton, Major. 
Captains. Lieuts. Enjigns* 

Nathaniel Terry, Caleb Jones, James Reynolds, 

Abiihai Smith, Nath'l Pomeroy, John Lewis, 
Joel Holkins, Jofeph Parfons, Richard Abbee, 

Mofes Horton, Alpheus Peafe, Timothy K.ibbee,xd 
Ambel King, Eraftus Granger, Daniel Letter, 

Eliphalet Kellam, Afa Peafe, Abner Meacham, 

George Cooley, Joel Peafe, Afa Chapin, 

Thomas Sheldon, Hofea Nelfon, Collins Grifwold, 
Afahel Adams. Wm. Granger, Abijah Remington. 
Hofea Nelfon, Adjt y William Kibbee, Pay -Mafter, Sam- 
uel Hawkins, %. Majier, Oliver Peafe, Surgeon ♦ 

Second BRIGADE. 
Comfort Sage, Brigadier- General, 
John Meigs, Brigade- Major. 
2d Regt. Fletcher Prudden, Lieut. Colonel, 
Jonas Prentice, Major. 
Captains. Lieuts. En/igns. 

Benjamin Grannis, Marcus Merriman, Jofeph Mix, 
Samuel Fenn, Jehiel Bryan, Samuel Green, 

Sheldon Curtifs, Abel Thompfon, Abel Parfons, 
Samuel Punderfon, Stephen Ball, Elifha Munfon, 



jThebp." 1^- Smith, Eli Bptslord, Abet'Clarfc, 

Enos Heminway,. ■ £tep.h. Wood ward, jQhn RufTell, 
Juftus.Smith, Thomas Smith, John Bgnh.am, 8 

Lewis Hubbel, 'JohnFroft, ' James Pierpont, 

Barnab. Baldwin, "Hez. f BaJdwin, • [Samuel Newton, 
James Ives, Ira Todd, Zgnas.Tcdd, 

Hi|lJBine, Job Canda, Ajfahel Hyde, 

Hez. Baflfett, Hez. r Dickerman, Amps Dickeiman, 

Hez. Holmes, , Medad Hotchkifs, Eifakim Merrill, 
Steph. Ford, Abraham Smith, Thomas Potter, 

Abel Holbrook, Eli Hawkins, Enos Smith, 

Nathan French. Abel Wheeler. Elitfia Clark.. 

Eneas Munfon,jun. Adjt, Hezek. Tutle, ^r. Mafler>\ 
Levi Ives, Surg. 



7th Regt. Edward Shipman, Lieu!:. Colonel. 
Jofeph Wilcox, Major. 

Captains, Lieuts. Enjigns*. 

Giles Blague, Wm. Tuily, John Jones, • 

SamueJ Shaylor, Obadi.pickerfon, David. Dickerfon, 
Caleb L. Hurd, George Morgan, I^iias Crane, 
Zfephal Pratt, John C. Pratt, - Steph. K-irtland, 
Lewis Jones, Chridopher Port, John Stannard, 

Daniel Brainard, Hernjm Brainard, John B. Brainard, 
Hie! Parmeie, Bfa Ruell, Jofiah Chatfield, 

fjona. Warner, Gid. Southworth, Andrew Lewis, 
I jona. Burr, Samuel,Stannard, Stephen Smith, 

John Platts. James Poft. ; §a.muel Jones. 

Achiles Mansfield, Chaplain, .Afa Lay, Adjut* Jcfiah 
Is ctt t ' P ay. Majr-.r, Theop. Morgan, &^'. Mafier> William 
Eiiot, Surg. Richaid Ely, Sur. Mats, 

ioth Regt. Reuben vloycc, Lieut.' Col nel. 

j Captains, ' Lieuts, £iifigns. 

[Elihu Yale, Levi Paiker, Caleb 1. Hall, 

I Stephen Robinfon,James Bifhop, Llanoah Camp, 
.jEdward Parker, George Kirtland, Harman "Williams, 
I Andrew Hull, lfalah Hall, Samuel Atwater, 

* Jena. Collins, Elima Merriman, Phinc-as Hnl!, 
j. N-. Warifwoith, Jahez Chalker, \ c eih Seward, 
Ifaac Shepherd, Auguftus Cook, Andrew Hall, 
Icha. Hitchcock", Robert Hotchkifs, Merrfnvari Cook, 

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IJNath. B. Johnfon, Samel Ives, Levi Hall, 

jEzra Doolittle. Rufus Hitchcock. Ebenezer Hale. 
Benj. Chittenden, Adjt. Jofeph Parfons, S^\ Majler. 



George Phillips, Lieut. Colonel, 
Samuel W, Dana, Major. 

Liettts, Enjignt, 

Nat. G. Ingraham,Wm. Browfi, 
Jofiah Starr, James Henry, 

Epaphras Sage, Elifha Sage, 
Eliflia Hubbard, 
George Lewis, 
Eli Wilcox, 
Simon Brainard, 
Nat. Cornwall, 
Eli Coe, 
Timothy Rogers 
Jona. Miller, 
Jofeph Pelton, 
Joftiua Ward 



Jacob Hall, 
David Hall, 
James Cotton, 
John Strong, 
Seth Savage, 
Stephen Turner, 
Sparrow Smith, 
James Johnfon, 
Abner Savage, 
Benjamin Gilbert. 



a 3d Regt* 

Captains. 
Richard Alfop, 
Robert Rand, 
William Sage, 
Henry Hedges, 
John Bid well, 
Elijah Wilcox, 
Jona. Bowers, 
Eli Barnes, 
Seth Miller, 
Nicholas Ames, 
Samuel Sexton, 
Nat. Miller, 
Ifaac Hubbard, 
f Samuel Goodrich, Adjt. Vine Starr, ^r. ' Mafler. 

*6thRegt. David Smith, Lieut. Colonel, 

Aner Bradley, Major. 

LUuti. Enjigns. 

John Adams, Miles Newton, 

Jof. S. Merriman, Elijah Brown, 
Titus Darrow, fAfa Darrow, 
Stephen Turner, Ezra Lock v*ood,ju. 
Elihu Spencer, 1 Jared Turrell, 
Street Richards, Selah Biakefice, 
Arba Cook, Mark Warner, 

,W. Leavenworth, Hermon Munfon, Titus Welton, 
Eben. Smith, ju. Ethel Bronfon, Sam. Buckingham, 
Eben. Hoadley. Ifaac Judd, jun. Philo Hoadley. 

Samuel Royce, Adit. Ifaac Bronfon, Pay-Maj}er 9 Wait 
Smith, %. Mojier. 

27th Regr. Auguilus Collins., Lieut. Colonel, 
James Barker, Major. 
Captains. Lieut s. Lin, fig- U 

Samuel Robinfon, Noah Fowler, jun. Thomas Harr, 
John Ruffell, 2d. Wm. Mu nro,jun. Samuel Gould, 

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Cap t a inn. 
' Benj a. Upfon, 
;Juftus Dayton, 
Joel Dunbar, 
Uri Doolittle, 
Timo. Gibbad, 
Oliver Stoughton 
Charles Upfon, 



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Abr. Chittenden, Timo. Chittenden, Samuel rtoichkits, 
Jona. Todd, . Jonah Munger, Benj. B. Wilcox, 
^ Nathan Chikifey, Timo. RofTeter, Caleb Fowler, 
"jofeph Baldwin, Nathan Rofe, Abraham Whedon, 

'A fa Todd, Jona. Munfon, Medad Taintor, 

Timo. Muncer. Neadiah Norton. Eber Munger. 

Samuel Royce,^. Joel Tuttie, £>^M. John H. Fowler, 
Pay M. Jona. Todd, Sur. David S. Br oc ks, Sur. Mate. 



Third BRIGADE. 
Samuel Mott, Brigadier -General, 
Roger Grifwold, Brigade- Major. 
3d. Regt. William Richards, Lieut. Colonel, 
John Hallam, ift Major, 
John Raymond, ad Major. 
Captains* Lieut s. Enfigns. 

Thaddeus Brooks, Benja. Holt, John Carrol, 

Jeremiah Harding, Steph. Maynard, Nathan Baley, ju. 
Samuel Fox, Mulford Raymond,S. Allen, 

Tho's Allen, jun. Grifwold Avery,ju.H. Gardiner, 
Daniel Douglafs, Steph. Dcuglafs, Daniel Watious, 
Daniel Crocker, Benj. Dart, Philip Morgan, 

Nat. Vibber, Oliver Comftock, Jared Comftock, 

Wm. Tinker, jun. John Defhon, S. Miner, 

Guy Wheeler. Waitftill Avery, H. D. Bolles. 

Independent Company. 
John Hallam, Picket Latimer, Thomas Jones. 

Oliver Comftock, Mjt. John Hallam, Pay-ftUJler 
Thomas Coit, jun. Surg. James Lee, $ur. Mate, 

Sth Regt. Ifaac Avery, Lieut. Colonel, 
Simeon Avery, jft Major. 
Chriftopher Morgan, 2d Major. 
! Captain*. Lkuts. Exfirnt, 

Amos Witter, Rofcwell Park, Jofeph Story, 

Eben. Avery, John Chefterj jona. Batey, ad. 

Ralph Stoddard, Rnfus Avery, Phineas Bill, 

David Boardman, 1 had. Cook, Wm. Co^KvlII, 

Nathan Geer, David Green, Mof s Tyler, 

?Rufus Smith, Dani 1 Avery, 2d. Gilbert Smith, ju, 

LPele£ Williams, Wm. A. Morgan, Ebcn. Morgan, 






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jfclifha York, Johnfbn Safford, Sanford Morgan, 

TOofeph Button, Elijah Patridge, Eli/ha Prentice, 

Ifratl Morgan. Daniel Avery. Richard Geer. 

Wm. A. Morgan, Mft* Eben. Avery, £>r. M. Samuel 

Eldredge, P. Mafi. Jolhaa Downer, Sur. John O. Miner 

Sur. M. 

Jioth Regt. Elihu lviarvm, j-icut. Colonel, 
Jofeph Williams, ift Major, 
Ebenezer Tracy, 2d Major. 
Captains. Lieut s. Enfigns. 

Zach. Huntington,Ebenezer Bufhnell, Richard Avery, 
o«a. Culver, Afa Richardfon, Eliab Hyde, 

liver Johnfon, . Tracy, Tracy, 

ben. Tracy, Abel Calkins,. Jer. Kinfman, ju. 

|ol. Giddings, Pelatiah Brewfter, Afa Benjamins, 

Nathan Bingham, Afa Fitch, . — , 

nofhua Smith, ju. James Armftrong, 'Bela Armftrong, 
Bred. Fanning, Cordiliai Fitch, Walter Blount, 
Jofeph Perkins, D wight Ripley, Peter Lanman,ju, 

juevi Perkins. . Bingham; Ezekiel Buflmell. 

Matsoss Company, 
T Henry S. Cobb, 
Thomas L. Thomas, ] Thomas Mar/hall, 

I Gurdon Huntington. 
Independent Company. 
Hoger;Grifwold, Thomas Hubbard, Nath'l Shipman, ju. 
Jabez Huntington, A?-jt. Eraftus Perkins, $r. Mafter, 
enry Huntington, Pay-Maftcr, Jofeph Perkins^ Surgeon, 
HJofeph Strong, Chaplai n. t 

#4th Regt. David B. Spencer, Lieut. Colonel, 
Henry Champion, ift Major, 
Epaphroditus Champion, 2d Major. 
Captains. Lients. Enfigns, 

Epaph. Champion, Jere. Smith, Gamaliel R. Tracy, 

Daniel Watrous, Uziel Foot, Gibbons Mather, 

Nathaniel Otis, Jona. Morgan, Amos Kellogg, 
Abnsr Hall, Gabriel Ely, Gideon Cook, 

David Yeammons, Eleazer Dunham, Robert Shattuck, 

I f v — — , Dani.YVorthington, 

John Arnold, jun. Noadi. Emmons, Timo. Spencer, 
Robert Anderfoh, Am os Randal l, Jofiah Gtifring, 
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Eben. Holmes, Ifrael Comftock, Edw.Dickfon, 
Samuel Morgan. Elijah Treadway. Bond^igelow. 

Bezaleel Brainard, jun. Adjt. John Brainard, S$r.Mafi> 
Gad Worthington, P^-M*/?^, Tho. Skinner, Surgeon, 

30th Regt. Jonathan Palmer, jun, Lieut. Colonel, 
Elias S. Palmer, ift Major, 
Edward Swan, zd Major. 
Captain s. Lieut 5. Enjigns* 

William Slack, John Noyes, Paul Babcock, 

Edward Swan, John Baldwin, Daniel Meach, 
Nathan Brown, ju.Wm. Randal, Ich. Brown, jun. 

Ifaac Williams, 2d. Caleb Green, Nath'l Plumb, 

Eiifha Williams, Park Williams, -Ezra Gallup, 
Charles Crandall, Jof. Chapman, Sanford Palmer, 
Stephen Hall, Shepherd Wheeler, David Maine, 
Amos Palmer. Jon*. Crary. Oliver Cohb. 

Hez. N. Woodruff, Chaplain, Robert Chefeb rough, Ady 
Stephen Avery, £V. Matter, Rufus Wheeler, Pay-Mafier^ 
Afa Spalding, Surgeon, Wm, Robinfon, Sur. Mate. 



33d Regt. Abner Lord, Lieut. Colonel, 
Ezra Wait, lft Major, 
Lemuel Lee, 2d Major. 
Captains, Lieuts. Enjigr.u 

Matthew Peck, Waltft. Beckwith, George Waid, 
Thomas Way,ju. Jof. Smith, 3d. Hez. Smith, 
Jofeph Gillet, Calvin Selden, Wm. Sill, 

Rofw. Champion, E. Chadwick, E. Champion, 
Ambrofe Niles, R. E. Selden, Selden Warner, 
Abner Lord, Lee Peck, R. Brockway, 

Lemuel Lee. Martin Huntley, Daniel Ayres. 

Light Infantry. 
Ezra Wait, Richard M'Curdy, E. Lord, jun. 



Fourth BRIGADE. 

John Chandler, Brigadier-General, 
Frederick J. Whiting, Briga de-Major. 
4th Regt. David Burr, Lieut. Colonel. 

Captains. Lieuts. Enjtgns. 

George Allen, Nathan Jennings, Gold Silliman, 
Jofeph Bulkley, Dimon Sturgis. Barn. L. Sturgis, 



Jeflup Taylor, 
Benj. Hull, 
Dav. Jackfon, jun. 
Jof. Goodfeil, 



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Stephen Adams, Wm. Bennett, " 
Jofiah Whitney, Ezra Adams, 
Hez. Sanf'ord, Benj. Sanibrd, 
Albert Lockwoocjj Jared Duncan, 
EbenV Hill, Germem Bradley, Neh. Bradley, 

Aaron Morehoufe. Andrew Fairchild. James Sanford. 
Joleph Noyes, Adjt* David Rogers, Surgeon, Gerffoom 
- Burr, %. Majier. 

lijgth Regt 

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Captains* 
Jofeph Brown, 
W'm. Cannon, 
jbharles Knapp, 



Jabez Fitch, Lieuc. Colonel, 
Ozias Marvin, Major. 



Lieut s* 
Eben. Hoyt, 
Mofes Gregory, 
John W. Palmer, 

Edw. Wentworth, — , 

Amos Smith, Ifaac Smith, jun. 

Eben. Knapp, Amos Hobby, 
Samuel Betts, Mofe* Gregory, 

NFath. Merrit, jun. Neh. Brown, jun. 
Jofiah Weed, John Hanford, 

Senj. Brum, Edmund Weed, 

Bowers How, Neh. Hanford, 
Ahijah Taylor, Jofiah Gregory, 



Hez. Hobby, 
Benj. Weed. 



Ifrael Peck, 
Jona. Weed. 



Enfignu 
Dav.Watethury, 3d 
Seley ,Squ»er, 
Jona. Jeffop, jun. 
John Bentley, 
Henry Weeks, 
Benj.. Hubby, ju. 
Daniel Betts, ju. 
Daniel Lyon, j*u. 
Silvanus Seely, 
Fred. Hoyt, 
Samuel Pennoyer, 
Aaron Adams, 
Abm. Hufted, ju. 
Henry Stevens, 



Alex. Mills, Ad. Ab. Hufted, S^M. Jona. Knight,S«r, 

13th Regt. Nathaniel Mitchel, Lieut. Colonel, 
Joel Hinman, Major, 



Captains, Lieuts. 

Graham Kurd, Samuel Walker, 
Mofes A. Johnfon,Samuel Munn, 
Eben. Thomas, Abm. Bronfon, 
Jofhua Church, Abner Averil, 
Bartim. Fabrigue, Truman Richards, Adam Waggoner, 
Amos Mitchel. Newton Tuttle. Hull Booth. 

William Prefton, Adjt. Garwood H. Cunningham, 2>r< 
Majler> Nathaniel Perry, Surgecn. 



Enfigns. 
Neh. Judfon, 
Barnabas Ofborne, 
Thad. Baker, 
Briftol Hail, 



1 6th Regt. 



David Olmftead, Lieut. Colonel, 
Timothy Taylor, Major. 



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Captains, Lieut s. Enfigns, 

Nathan Douglas, Steph. A. Benedict, Alex- M'CIean, 

David Olmfted,3d. rf- , Jere. Keeler, 

Sol. Olover, Levi Peck, Enos Johnfon, 

John Foot, Wm. Patch, Samuel Burnham, 

Vine Botsford, MofesK. Botsford,Ezra Sherman, 
Gideon Beardfley, Elijah Beardfley, Gideon Hubbel, 
Samuel Allen, 



Timothy Weed, John Perry, 
EH Taylor, Jof. Burnham, 

Sol Warner, Ezra Northrop, 

Mofes jSfiepherd. Daniel Crofoot. 

David Olmftead, 3d. Adjt. Samuel Ruggles, %. Mafi, 
Philo Perry, Chaplain^ Bennet Perry, Surgeon. 



Elihu Stewart, 
lfaac Rockwell, 
Benj. Peck, 
Comfort Rugglss, 
Wm. Brum, 



28th Regt. 



Agur Judfon, Lieut. Colonel, 
Matthias Nicolls, Major. 
Captains. Lieut s, Enjigns, 

Jof. DeForeft, Samuel Curtifs, Phil. Falrchild, 
David Sherwood, Aaron Hubbel, John Strong, 
Pixley Judfon, John Wilcox, Jere. Vv, Beard Hey, 

Gid. LeavenworthjDavid B. NeWtbn, Elifha Clark, | 

Edmund Curtifs, Gerfhom TunVey, James Beardfley, ! 
Burr Gilbert, Cyrus Brinfmade, Wm. Gregory, I 

Eben. French, George Ely, Cyrus Hawley,- 

"Saml Fairweather.An. Leavenworth, Jabez Beardiley. 
Matrcfi Company. E.obert Wetmore, Lieut. 
George Ely, Adjt, Pixie/ Judfon, Pay-Mafter, Baldwin 
Newton, £V. Majier, Joftiua Poor, Surgeon, 



29'th Regt. 



David Judfon, Lieut. Colonel, 
Eliflla Boftwick, Major. 
Captains, Lieut s. £njlgns\ 

Daniel Boardman, Nichol. S, Matters, Solo. Boftwick, 
Abner Gunn, Benoni S. Sanfoid, Eli Todd, 

Zeb. Sturdevant, Daniel Beebe, Revilo Fuller, 

Abner Mitchel, Johnfon Hecock, John Baldwin 
AmafaFenis, Reuben Warner, 
Ephraim Tanner, Nat. Spconer, 
Philo Beardiley, Jofepb Peet, 
Perry Averil. Roger Cogfwell. 



N.B. Buckingham, 
Salmon Sacket, 
Zach. Boftwick, 
Jof. Whittelfey. 



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Thomas Tanner, Ad]i. Keuben Warner, %. Majier, 
flthamar Canfield, Pay-Itftifter, Seth Hattings, Sur. Chaun- 
Jcey Lorey, Stir, Mate. i 



Fifth BRIGADE. ■ 
, James Gordon, Brigadier- General, 
John M'Clelkin, Brigade-Major. 
5th Regt. Zephaniab owut, Lieut. Colonel, 
Benjamin Storrs, Major. 
Captains* Lieuts. Enjigns, 

^.ebbeus Larrabee, William Young, Fred. Manning 
Joab Cufhman, Lemuel Nicolls, Philip Burrows, 

James Cary, William Rudd, Jona. Kingfley, 

ames Howe, Eleazer Owen, l<ofw. Burnham, 

([Thomas Utley, Jacob Holt, Samuel Fuller, 

Edward Dimmiek,Shubael Dimmick, Stephen Rufs, 
jjere. Mumford, Nathan Eurnham, Jona. Howard, 
JHeman Storrs, Elijah Turner, Eben'r Wright, 
'.lEfck Sanders, Da. Knov/kon, ju.Abner Chaffee, 

i\fa Robinfon, Afhbel Welfti, Afa Thatcher, 
James Boyce, Jos. Thompfon, Fred. Freeman, 

EbenY Cary, jun. Whit. Huntington. — — * — . 

Zenas Howes, AJjt. John Fitch, Pay-Majler, Daniel 
Storrs, Qr. Majier, Samuel Lee,' Surgeon. 



nth Regt. 

Captains. 
ElifhaLord, 



Daniel Learned, Lieut. Colonel, 
Lemuel Grofvenor, Major. 

Lieuts* Enfignu 

John Lawrence, "7 
Nathan Grofvenor, S-Matrofs. 
Aholiab Johnfon, j 



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Richard Goodcll, Willard Child, 
Alpheus Conyerfe, Wm. Rudfel, 
Aaron Cleveland, Benj. Car*, 11, ju. 



A(..\ Pay/on, 
Hub'x-.rd Torrey, 
Elijah Thayer, 
ijames Dsnielfon, 
Charles Child, 
William Dwight, 
Nathan Paine, 

IWm. Smith, 
Elijah Buv;bee, 
Peleg Corbin. 
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Sanlbrd Holmes, 
David Brown, 
Peter Pike, 
Thomas Day, 
Elias Child, 
Ei ; jah Crofb*/, 
Peter IqgftUfe, 
John Bates, 
Elias Child, 2d. 
Ames Goodell. 



Jcfliua Grofvenor, t 
Noacjiah RuffeLjuJ 
Philemon »Vithy, I 
Leonard Mafon, 
Ephraim Cutler, j 
Roger W. Williams 
John Day, 
Ephrsim May, 
Robert Prince, ' 
Eph. 'n^olci-., jun. | 
Join. Clnu^ft, 
Eiifhn Qa£e, 
John Whitman, ju. 



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David Holmes, Adju Noadiah-Ruffel, Chaplain, William 
ChMyPay.Mafter, John Fox, %. Maft. Albigence Waldo, 
Surg, Jared Warner, Surg. Mate. 



12th Regt. 



Samuel Gilbert, Lieut. Colonel* 
Daniel Tilden, Major. 



Captains. Lieuts. 

iSalmon Champion,Benjamin Hyde, 

jjames Mafon, Eliph' t Dewey, 

iDaniel Phelps, Charles Gillet, 

(Samuel Weft, Ifaac Tichenor, 

'Nathan'l Rogers, Jerom Clark, 

Abra. Skinner, Nathan Smith, 



John Ainfworth, 
Daniel Bufhnell, 
Jofeph Pepoon, 
Hobart M'Call. 



Silas Crowel, 
William Rolo, 
David Tarbox, 
Abra. Wilcox. 



Enfigtisc 
Daniel Hyde, 
Samuel Blifs, 
Eraftus Phelps, 
Jofeph Rude, 
Amos Fowler, 
Afa Biifs, 
Benoni Clark, 
Ruffel Wells, 
Joftiua Palmer, 
Jonathan Cole. 



Joel Jones, Adjt. James F. Mafon, PayMafter; William 
Huntington, ju. ^r. Mafter, James Thomas, Surg. 



21ft Regtt 

Captains. 



Mofes Cleveland, Lieut. Colonel, 
Luther Bingham, Major. 



Lieut s. 

"Geo. Williams, 

lfrael Fuller, 

Jonah Baffett, 

„ Shubael Adams, 
Luther Paine, 
David Litchtield, 



Enfigns 



Stephen Hewitt, 

Walter Hough, 
John Adams, 
Vofe Palmer, 

Mofes Wylie, 

Abel Andrus, 

John SatTord, 

Afa Montgomery, Noah Cole, 

William Gallup, Benj. "Palmer, 

Shubael Hutchins, [ohn Stedman, 

Ward Woodward. Elifha Btwman. 



■ Matrofs. 

Jed. Johnfon, 
Rofw. I>arifh, 



Jno. Douglafs ju. Mofes Branch, 
Benja. Bacon, ju. Obadi. Johnfon,ju. 



John Wylie, 
Jofeph Robinfon, 
Silas Cleveland, 



William Briggs, 
Charles Miller, 
Jof. Hebbard, 
D^vid Gallup, 
Mofes Robbins, 
Joel Day, 
Rofw. Morgan. 



| Phinens Paine, Adjt. Elijah Fox, j^;. Mapr, Jedidiah.jj 
JohllKbn, Pay Maftir. 



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C A V A L R Y. 

id Re$t. Latham Hull, Major Commandant. 
Captain}. Elifha Edgerton, Jofeph Beckwith, Denifon* 
Watties, Jofeph Smith, Mofes Warren, jun. 

Lieutenants, Rofewell Fox, Daniel Taylor, Bela Willi-j 
ams, Elifha Swan, Elifha Way. 

Cornets, Oliver Backus, Solomon Scovil, Jacob Loomis, 
Nathan Morgan, Gurdon Hewitt. 

I %. -Maftcrs, Jofhua Hyde, Daniel Olmftead, Paul) 
iNewcomb, William Brown, }ona.Bifhop, Amos Wheeler.l 
William Williams, 2d. A'djt, Jere. Hull, Pay-Majterk 
Downer and Watrous, Surgeons, 

3d Regt. David Wood, Major Com mandant. 
Captains, David Judfon, Si Ivan Us Waring, Abel Brad- 
iiey, Thomas Cook. . Lieuts, Curtis Tomlinfon, Jofephj 
Cafe, David Odell, Eleazer Peck. Cornets, Nathaniel 

Lewis, , Hez, Wakeman, Nathaniel Gregory," 

I £>r. Maftefs. John Curtis, Ballet Hanford, jona. Hull, 
Bradlyfull. Daniel B. Cook, Mjt, John Wood, Surg. 
Amos Baker, Surges*' s Mate, 

4th Regt. Ebenezer Smith, Major Commandant, 
Captains, Ebenezer Bafs, Timothy Prince, Saul Alverd, 
Elifha Backus, jeduthun Cobb. Lieuts. John Wiifon, 
John R. Watfon, Timothy Elmer, Timothy Backus, James 
Converfe. Cometh Timothy Eabcock, Jofeph Watfon. 
Giles Loomis, Archibald Dorrance, Amos James. 

%. Mafters. Richard Hail, Chefter Child, Wm. Wil 
fcn, Benjamin Gallup, lfaac Fellows. 

Aaron Olmftead, Ad jt. Timoth y Warren, Pay-Majler. 
5th Regt. Andrew Hillyer, Major Commandant. 
Captains. Robert Hannah, John Peck, Samuel Pardee, 1 
Elihu Lewis, Chauncey Ptttibone, . John Treat, Samuel 
.Gurin, Solo. Cowles,ju. William Taylor. Lieuts, David t 
Hurd, Jonas. Lawrence, David Gridley, Nath'l Gtyiord, 
Charles Cafe, Elijah Coe, Jona. Cowles, John TaJmage. 
Cornets* Seth Martin, John A. Sedgwick, Daniel Langton, 

Chrrfio. johnfon, Cafe, Andrew Event, Luke Wadf 

worth, Simeon Mitchell. 

%r. Mujlen. Clark, Rofw. Hunt, Afa tfpfen. 

jun. Mofes Brick, Ifrael Cafe, Aaron Bates, Cliauncey 
I Gleafon, Matthew Elliott, David Buell 



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James Higgins, Adjt. Lynde Lord, Pay-Mafter, Seth 
Bird, Surg. Eliphalet Buck, Surg, Mate.. 

The Governor's Horjt Guards. 
Thomas Y. Seymour, Cape. Jofeph Hart, Lieut. Ezekiel 
Williams, Cornet. Aihbel Wells, jun. <%r. Mafier. 

N. B. The foregoing lift was ■principally copied from the 
Return made to the General AjJ'embiy in (JclJber 1792 — ivbicb 
Ajfcmbly made a new arrangement of the militia, and confiitute^ 
live additional brigades, making Eight in the whole. We had 
no return of the 6tb brigade, nor of the iji Regt. of Cavalry. 

TROOPS of the United States. 

The Troops for the protection of the Frontiers are tff 
confifl of a battalion of Artillery, and five regiments oh 
Infantry, each to confift of 960 non-commiflioned officers* 
privates and muficians,exclufively of commifiion offcers | 
one of faid regiments to be organized a3 follows, viz. tw^ 
battalions of infantry, to confift of 320 non-commifftoned 
officers and privates each, and one fquadron of light dra- 
goons of the fame number. I 

Their pay per month— to a Major General, 160 dollar^ 
Brigadier- Genera], 104. Quarter- Mzfttr, 100. Adjutant,! 
alfo to do. the duty of an Jnfpeclor, 75. Chaplain, 50.' 
Surgeon, 70. Deputy Qr. Mafter, 50. Aid de Camp, in 
addition to his pay in the line, 24.', Brigade Major, to a£; 
ialfo asDepury-lnfpeclor, in addition to his pay in thelinfc 
24. Principal Artificer, 40. Second Artificer, 26. Lieut. 
jColonei Commandant, 75. Major Commandant of Ar«:; 
tillery, and Majorof Dragoons, 5$. Pay-Matter, in addi-j 
tion ta his pay in the line, 10. Qr. Matter, in addition to 
his pay in the line, 10. Majors or" Infantry, 50. Captfc^ 
40. Lieuts. 26. Enfigns and Cornets, 20. Serjeant- 
Majors and Qr. Matter Serjeants, 7. Senior Muficians,6. 
Corporals, 5. Privates, 3. Muficians, 4. 

ELECTORS, chofen by the General Ajjlmby of the State of 
Connecticut, in Oclo. 1792* to give their fuffr ages for Pre- 
side n t &? Vice-President of the United States, imM 
Governor Huntington, Lieut. Governor Wolcott, and 

David Auftin, Thomas Seymour, Marvin Wait, John Da- 



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— — " 

tvenport, jun. Thomas Grofvenor, Elijah' Hubbard, Sil 
[vefter Gilbert, Efquires. 
ij^Prefident and Vice-Prefident are in future to be chof.n j 
j every fourth Tear from the fir ft Wednejiay in December,^ 
J 1792.— "The Eleclors are to be chofen in each State -within 
\ thirty-four days prcceedit.g faid firft IVednejday in December , 

to meet at Juch place as the Legijiature Jhall direct, Con- 

grefs is ahuays to be in SeJJion on the fecond jVednefday of Fe- 
bruary after fuch Elections 5 and the four years (the term 
for which a Prerident and Vice- Prefi dent are elt&ed) is 
always to commence on the fourth day of March after the 
choice is a [cert dined and I declared by Congrefs. J 

Three Certificates cf the number of Fates for the President and 
Vice-Prefldent, are to be fent,fealed up, one to the Prefident ' 
of the Senate at the Seat of Government before the . fir ft 
Wednefday in January by Expr.fs 5 another to him by the 
Poft ; and the third to be delivered to the Judge of the 
D'ftritl in which the Eleclors Jhall aj/emble, — The Names 
of the Electors are to be annexed to each of the lifts of their 
votes, j 



The Apportionment ofReprefentatives to Congrefs after 
March 3, 1793, is to be as follow s s (at the ratio of one to 
every 33,000 perjons in each State), viz. 



New- Ha mp shire, 4' 

Massachusetts, 14 

Vermont, 2 

Rhode-Island, 2 

Connecticut, 7 

New-York, 10 

iNew-Jersey, 5 

Pennsylvania, 13 



Delaware, 

Maryland, 

Virginia, 

Kentucky, 

North-Carolina, 

South Carolina, 

Georgia, 



MINT of the Unit e d Stat e s . 
BY an Act of Congrefs, a Mint is to be eftablifhed at 
the feat of Government ; for the conducting of which 
there is to be a Diieclor, with a yearly falary of 2000 dol- 
lars : an AfTayer, ^oodolhrs : a Chief Coiner, 1500 dol- 
lars : an Engraver, 1200 dollars : and a Treafurer, 1200 
dollars. The Clerks falary are not to exceed 500 'dollars j 
each. 



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E£ C L E S 1 A S T I C-AL REGISTER. 



Minijlers and churches in 
County of 
Hertford) 
Rev. Nathan Strong, 
Abel Flint, 
Nathan Perkins. 
Vacant, B. 

Berth, John Smalley, 

Benoni Upfon, 
Nathan, Fenn, 
Brljhl, Giles H. Cowles, 
Jonathan Miller. 
Ea/t-Hartforci&npUatet Wil 
(hams, D.D. 
Benajah Phelps, 
Chrifto. Miner, B. 
E . Windjory David Mace lure, 
Thomas Pot wine. 
Enfield^ Nehcmiah-Prudden, 
Vacant, C. 

Farm\ngton> Vacant, 

Rufos Hawl-y. . 
Crhifter.burv, William Brown. 



the fiate ^Connecticut.] 

Hartford, 

Rev. James Etlls. 
Granby, Ifrael Holly. 

Southington, "Wm. Robinfon, 
ii'rael B. Woodward, 
Vacant, B. 

Stafford, John Willard, 

Jfaac Fofter. 
Suffirfd, , £ 1 ; en e zer G a y , 
-Daniel Waldo, 
John Haftings,B. 
Symjbury, Samuel S.tebbins, 
Jeremiah Ballock, 
Ambsoie Todd, E. 
Wethenfield ', John Marfh, 
Jofhua Belding, 
Vacant. 
JVindJ 'or ,Davld S..Rowland 7 
Henry A. Rowland, ] 
WiliUm F. Miller, 
Vacant* 
1 heodore Hinfdale. 



Neiv haven. 
'A Ahner Smifh. 
Wurbam, Y\\z. Goodrich, D.D. 
\Eaf:~ Haven, Nicholas Street 
Guilford, Amos Fowler, 
John Elliot, 
Thomas W. Bray 
. Backus, 

Bamdcn, Vacant. 

M/'/fWjWilliam Lockwood , 
David Tullar, 
Vacant, E. 

No, Haven, P.enja. Tiumbull 
Fd-^rd ^lackHee, E 
HuiUv.ljXii!, James Noycs, 
John WiHarJ, 
Plurality,. $. 



*5 



Vacant. 
lVaterbury,^A. Leavenworth, 
Vacant, £. 



Rev, Abraham Fo lcr. 
Woodbr'idge, David L. Beebe,' 
Stephen Hawley, 



New-London 
Rev. Henry Channing, 
Samuel Seabury,D.D. 
(Bifi. ep';f. cb.Connecl. 
Zddock Darrow, B. 
\Bozrab, Jonathan Murdock 
Peter Rogers, B. 
Colcbefier, Salmon Cone, 
Robert Robbins, 
David Huntington, 
Vacant, 

Chrifto. Palmer, B: 
Abel Palmer, B. 
Frank/in, Samuel Nott% 
Groton t Aaron Kinne, 
Vacant, 
Timo. Wightman, B 
Silas Burrows, B 
Park Allyn, C. 

LiJhon t David Hale, 
Andrew Lee. 



County of New London, 



Lyme, Vacant, 

Vacant, 
David Hlggins, 
Jafon Lee, B. 
Daniel Miner, C. 
Mont-ville, Rozel Cook, 

Reuben Pal mer,B. 
Norwich , JoCeph Strong, 

John Tyler/ E« 
Walter King. 
Preflon, Lemuel Tyler, 
Levi Hart, 
Vacant, 

Paul Park, C. 
Stoningtoti, Hez.N. Woodruff, 
Vacant, 

Chrirto. Avery, C. 

Eleazer Brown, B. 

Simeon Brown, B. 

Valent.W.Rathbun,B. 



I 



County of Fairfield. 



Fairfield. 
Rev. Andrew Elliot, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Robert Rofs, 
Timothy Dwight, D.D. 
— Shelton, E. 
Seth Higbie, B. 

Danbury, Timothy Langdon, 
John Ely, 
Eben. White, Sandi. 
Juftus Hull, B. 
Greenwich, Robert Morris, 
Ifaae Lewis, D,D. 
William Seward, 
Vacant, B 



Huntington, David Ely, 

Abra. L. Clarke, E. 

Eiifha Rexford. 
New/airfield, Medad Rogers, 

Oliver D. Cooke. 
Newtown, Vacant, 

Thomas Brooks, 

Philo Perry, E. 
Norwa/ky Matthias Burnet, 

Vacant-, E. 

Vacant, 

Juftus MitcheL 
Reading, Nathaniel Bartlet, 

Vacant, E. 

Ridgefield, Samuel Goodrich, 



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Samuel Camp, 
Vacant, E 

Stamford, Vacant, 

Eben'r Dibble, E 
Mofes Mather, 
John Shepherd^ 



EhenY Ferris, B. 
Sttarford,Step. W. Stebbins, 

James Sayre, E 

Izrahiah Wetmore. 

Wejion, James Johnfon 

John Noyes. 



County of Windham, 



Windham. 
Rev. Stephen White, 

James Cogfwell, D.D 
" John Palmer, C. 

jQjhfordy Enoch Pond, 

Andrew Judfon, 

William Storrs. 

Brooklyn, Joiiah Whitney, 

Daniel Fogg, E 
Canterbury, Solo. Morgan,! 
John Staples, 



Hampton, Ludovicus Weld, tyofantoKvu, Micaiah Porter. 



Vacant, 
Klllingly, Elifha Atkins, 
Day, 



Lebanon, Zebulon Ely, 
Timothy Stone, 
Thomas Brockway, 
John Gurley. 
Mansfield, Elijah Gridley, 

Mofes C. Welch. 
Plawfield, Joel Benedict. 
Pom/ret, . Aaron Putnam, 

Walter Lyon. 
¥bompfon % Noadiah Ruffel, 
John Martin, B 



Woodfiock, Eliphalet Lymam 
Stephen Williams 
William Graves, 
Vacant, B 



County or 
Litchfield, 
Rev. J udah. Champion, 
Afhbel Baldwin,E. 
Barkbetofifted, Ozias Eelis, 
Ezra Woodworth. 
Bethlem, Azel Backus. 
Canaan, Daniel Farrand, 
Vacant, 

Vacant, C. 

Colebrool, Vacant. 
Cornwall, Vacant, 
Vacant. 
Gofien, . Afahel Hooker. 
Hart iandy Aaron Church, 

Nathaniel Gay lord. 
Hariuinton, Jofhua Williams. 
Kent, Joel Bo 3rd we 1. 



Litchfield. 

Neiv- Hartford, Jona. Mar/h 
Neiv- "Nathaniel Taylor, 3 
Milford, Stanley Grifwold.y 
Vacant, E 

Norfolk, Am mi R. Robbins 
Sali/bury, Vacant. 
Sharon, Cotton M. Smitjij 
Soutbbury, Benja. Wildmar. 

Vacant. 
Torrington, Alexander G.iUet 

Samuel J. MiUs. 
Warren, Peter Starr. 
Tjrr n . Dan.Brinfmadcf, 

w-tjbkgto*, Noah Merwin> 

Jeremiah Day. 
Watertown.Uritl Gridley, 
Simeon Water mat 



Kev. Chauncy Prindle, E.ltPoidbury, Noah Benedict, 
Wmchefter, Jofhua Knap, | Thomas Canfield. 



Publius V. Booge. | 



Vacant, 



E.|| 



County of Midd'ejex. 



MiddLtown 
Rev. Enoch Huntington, 
Abraham Jarvis, E. 
Gerfhom Bulkley, 
Vacant, 

Thomas Minor, 
Stephen Parfons, C 
Jofeph Graves, C 
Eafl-Haddam, Elijah Parfons, 
William Lyman, 
Jofeph Vail, 
Vacant, B. 

— Blakeflee, E 
Chatham, Cyprian Strong, 



Rev Weft, 

David Selden, 
Solo. Wheat, B 
Plurality, E. 

Haddam, Eleazar May. 

Killiyigivortb, 

Achilles Mansfield, 
Henry Ely. 

Saybrook,Tre<\. W. Hotchkifs, 
John Devotion, 
Richard Ely, 
Samuel Mills, 
Vacant, E 

Eliphalet Lefter,B. 



County of Tolland, 



Rev 

Bolton, 



Tolland, 

Nathan Williams, 
George Colton, 
Ebenezer Kellogg 
Coventry, J. Huntington, D.D 
Nathan Strong, 
Royal Tyler. 



Ellington, Jofhua Leonard. 
Hebron, Samuel Kellogg, 
Elijah Lathrop, 
Tillotfon Brunfon,E« 
Somers, Charles Backus. 
Union, Vacant. 
Willington, Abifhai Alden. 
— Lilybridge,B« 



LICENSED PREACHERS, 
Returned from the feveral AiTociations in Conne&icut, to 
j the Regifter of the General Aflociation. 



EBENEZER Fitch, WiU 
(liamfton, MaJJacb. 
Hez'h Goodr\ch,f^ctbersfteJd, 
Caleb Johnfon, Wallingford, 

Jofeph Camp, , 

Ifaao Porter, Farm'mgton, 
James C. Guernfey, Vermont, 

Cad Newell, 

David H. Willifton, New- 
(. Haven 



Samuel Sturges, Fairfield, 
Timothy Wliliams,^o^/?^, 
Stephen Williams, ditto, 
Aaron Woodward, Tolland, 
Joel Bradley Ham4en, 

Silas L. Bingham, Jlndover, 
Stephen Fenn, Watertown, 
Amos BafletyiW. Yale College, 
Calvin Chapin, Tut. Tale Col, 
Dyar T. Hinkley, Lebanon, 



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Benj. Woofter, Wattrbury, Lath rop Rockwell, Lebanon 

Freegrace Reynolds, isomers, 

S:las Churchill, Wethersfeid^ 

Uri Tracy, Franklin 

Whitefieid Cowles, Sou thingt 

Afahei S.Norton,F^r»7;/;^^ 

Edmund Freeman, 



Spalding, 
fohn Taylor, 
Sdward D. Grifrin, 
;> iatt BufYet, Lon^-JJland, 
; of. Gvft^BedfordyN.liamp. 



i( At a Convention of the Committees cf the Gemral Affembly 
of the Prcfbyterian Church in the United States <s/*America, 
and of the General A ffociation of tie State of ConnecVicu ? , 
on Wednejciay the iqtb of Sep' ember, 1791, in the Cbapel\ 
ofYuh~College : 
< /^Onfidering the tmpoitan e of univerfal harmony in 
V-J tne Chriiii an Church, and the duty incumbent on 
all its paftors and members to affift each otUer, in promo- 
ting, as tar as poffible, the general interefts of the Redeem-! 
er's kingdom ; and confldering further, that Divine Provi 
dence appeirs tc he now opening the door for purfuing, 
thefe valuable objects, with a happy profpeel of fuccefs j j 
" This Convention are of opinion that it will be con-: 
ducive to thefe uiwdrtarit purpofes, that a (landing Com-! 
mittee of Correfp0iiderce h<. appointed in each body, whofe ; 
duty it fvull be, by frequent Lexers, to communicate to! 
eackotbr whatever in <y be mutually u r etui to the Churches: 
I under their tare, and to the general intereft of the Rc-'j 
deemer's kingdom. 

< That each body mould, from time to time appoint a 
Committee confirming of three members, who (hall have a 
right to (it in the others general meeting, mske fuel) com- 
munications as (hall be directed by their refpeclive confti- 
tuents, and deliberate on fuch matters as (hall come before' 
the body j but (hall have no right to vote. 

« That effectual meafures be mutually taken to prevent 
injuries to the refpec~tive churches, from irregular and un-: 
authorized preachers. 

" To promote this end the Convention judge it expedi- 
ent, that every preacher, travelling from the limits of one 
of thefe churches into thofe of the other, (hall be furnifhed 
with recent Tedimonials of his regular (landing and good 
character as a preacher, figned by the moderator of the 
prefbytery, or of the aflbciation, in which he received his ^ 






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licence ; or of a minifter, of his good (landing and charac | 

jter as fuch, from the moderator of the prefbytery or afioci I 
ation, where he lad rended 5 and that he Hi ail, prev-iouflyj 
to his travelling as a preacher into diftant parts, further] 
receive a recommendation from one member, at leaft, of aj 

I (landing Committee to be hereafter appointed by each! 

j body, certifying his good qualifica'ions, as a preacher ;| 

jalfo that the names of tMs landing committee fnail be! 

1 mutually communicated ; and alfo that every preacher! 

• travelling and recommended as above, and luhmitting to! 

'theftated rules of the refpeclive churches, (hall b« received] 
as an authorized preacher of the gofpel, and cheerfully, 
taken under tlie patronage of thePnfby :ei y, or Afibciation,| 

! w.tbin whofc limits he (hall find employment as a p each4 

Extracls from the minutes cf the General Affembly of he P*cf- j 

ibyterian Church in the Unite J States, May Ijtb, 1792. ]' 
The minutrs of the Convention of the Committees of 
,the General -iflTemrily of toe Prefbyterian Chu-ch and of" 
'the General AiTociation of the State of Connetlkut, were^ 
]tak< n into confidtration : 

Upon ma;ure deliberation, the Affembly unanimoufly 

and cordially approve of faid plan. Delegates to be ap 

pointed to fit in the General AiTociation of Connecticut, as 
foon as due information (hall be received that it is adopted 
on the part of the General A(Toc:ation, 

Correfponding Committee. 
Rev. Dr. John Rodgers, Dr. John Witherjpoon, Dr. AJb- 
hel Green. 

Standing Committee to certify the good qualifications 
of preachers travelling to officiate in Connetlicut : 

Rev. Dr, M< Knight, Dr. M'Whorter, Mr. James Wood- 
hull, Dr. 5. S. Smith, Dr. Aiifon, Dr. Nejbit, Mr. JohnB. 
Smith, Mr. Graybam, Mr. Lacy, Mr. M^Call, Mr. jWDa- 
neld, Dr. MCorkle, Mr. Aaron Woolivortb. 

Extracts from the Minutes of the General AiTociation 
pf the State of Connetlicut, convened on the 3d Tuefday of 
jjune, T792. 

The AiTociation approved the doings of the Committees 

from the General AlTembly of the Prefbyterian Church in 

che United States and the General AiTociation of this State. 

Delegates to attend the next General Affembiy of the 

^refbvterian Church : 



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R' j v. Mar i bias Burnet) Dr. "Jonathan Edwards, Dr.' 
[Timothy Dwight. 

Correfponding Committee. 
Rev. Dr. Elizur Goodrich, Mr. Enoch Huntington, Dr. 
timothy Dwight, Mr. Andrew Elliot. 

tending Committee to certify the good qualification of 
Preach rs travelling from the limits oi the General Afib-' 
ciation into the limits of the Prefbyterian Churches : 

Rev. Nathaniel Taylor , Nathan Williams, Thomas W.\ 
Bray, Benjamin Trumbull , Dr. Eliphalet Williams, William. 
Robin (on, John Devotion, Levi Hart, Timothy Stone, Dr.; 
IJaac Lewis, David Ely. 

Yale-College in New-Haven, 

Ezra Stiles, D D. Be LL.l). President. 

FELLOWS. 



Eliphalet Williams, D.D. 
Nathaniel Taylor, 
Elizur Goodrich, D.D, 
Tlnothy Pitkin, 
Enoch Huntington, 



Jofiah Whitney, 
D.-ivid Ely, 
Nathan'Williams, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Levi Hart. 



The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, and the fix fenior 

AfTirlams in the Council, are afTociated with the Prefix 

dent, Sec. Members of the Corporation of the College. 

Sarauei Wales, D.D. Profejjbr of Divinity, 

Prefident Stiles, Erofcjfor of Ecclefiaftical Hiftory. 

Hon. James Hillhoufc, Treafurer. 

TUTORS. 

Amos Baflett, A.M. | Calvin Chapin, A. M. 

(fenior Tutor and Librarian), | Jona. W. Edwards, A. M. 

Jeremiah Atwater, Steward. Samuel Lothrop? A. R. Butler, 

Commencement : fecond Wednefday in September. 
Vacations : From Commencement, fix weeks 5 from the 
fecond Tuefday in January, three weeks $ and from the 
fixth of May, three weeks. 

UNIVERSITY at CAMBRIDGE. 

Joseth Willaru, D.D. & LL.D. Prefident. 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, in New.Hamp shire, 

John Wheelock, LL.D. Prefident. 

RHODE-ISLAND COLLEGE, at PROVIDENCE, 

Jonathan Maxcy, Prefident, pro temp. 



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COURTS in "the State of CONNLCi lCU'l , 

A SUPREME COURT of ERRORS. 
T Hartford^ the Tuefday fave one next before the 
fecond Thurfday in May.- -^ At New-Haven, the 
Tuefday fave one next before the fecond Thurfday inj 
October. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 
AT Haddam, Dec, $i—-Middteiown 9 July 23— New~\ 
Haven, "January 1, -and July 3 — F airfield, January 15— '■ 
Danbury, Aug, 13— Litchfield, Ja-n. 29, and Aug. 20 — | 
Hartford, Feb. 12, and Sept, $.— Tolland, Feb. 26— Wind- 
ham, March 5, and Sept* 17— Norwich, March jj--'New- 
London, Sept. 24. 

INFERIOR COURTS. 
AT Hartford, April 1, and Nov. 5 — New -Haven, Mar. 
18, and Nov. 26— New-London, June 11- —Norwich, Nov, 
26 -Fairfield, April 16 — D anbury, Nov, 19 — V/ir.dham, 
Aug. 20, and Z)*c. 10 — Litchfield, March zb, and Sept. 17, 
Midd.etown, Nov. iz*~*Kaddcin, April ^-^Tolland, Feb. 
12, and .%>/. 17. 

SUPREME COURTS in MASSACHUSETTS, * 

AT Bofion, Feb. 19, and A:;g. 27 Ip/wich, June j%> 
-•-Salem, Nov. 12. -• -Cambridge, Oclo. zo,.- - Cone rrd,\ 
April 9. --Northampton, April 30.- Spring fit Id, Sept. 24.--' 

Plymouth, May 21 Bamfiable, May 1 $. --Taunton, OtTo, 

ZZ.--York, June z^.-^V/crcejicr^ Aprilz^, and Sept. 17. ---^ 
Portland, J'dy z^-Poiunalboro* July 9.- -Lenox, Oclo, 1. 
INFERIOR COURTS in Mafiackufetts. 
At Bofion, Jan. j, April 16, j^/y 2, W 0<??s. i.-./^/L 
•zu/V/6, April z, — Salem, July <$,-- Newbury -port, Srpt, 24.-- 
Camb ridge, Nov. 26. --Concord, March 19, and Sept. 10. — 
Springfield, Jan. I 5. - -Northampton, May 21, «wtf #rfrt« 3. 

1 Ply month, April 9-, ^ttf* 13 , and Nov. 19. — Bamfiable, 
April 2, rfwi iW'. 5... -Taunton, March 12, ami &£/. 10.-- 

|Vfcr$, -4&># 16. • Walerboro' Aug. z~.--Biddrf:rd, Nov. iz. 

\Edgarton, April 1 6.- Tifbury, Oclo. 29.,- Sherburne, Mar.. 

J26, and Oclo, 1.- VVorcefitr, March 19, Auguftz-j* avd Des, 

' ^.--Portland, May 28, /*«</ O^fl. T ^.--Ntivgloucefi^r, Jan. 
i,--Hallowell, Jan, %.--P on.vn alb rough, June A.--rVfildo- 
horougb. Sept, 10. --Lenox, Sept. 10, *7^tf» 7, and April 16. 
Penobfcot, April 16, <3«J Sf/>f. 17. --Mac bias, OSto. 1. 



ECLIPSES for the YEAR i 

rHERE will be four ECLIPSED this Year 
following order : — 
I. The first will be of the MOON, February 25th, 
in the evening $ vifibJe in part— Calculated as follows : 
Beginning, - 4h. 36m. 52fe. 



l 79M 

r, in the 



2 5 
57 
18 

4i 
53 



5 o 

48 

48 



rifes near 4 digits eclipfed, at 
Middle of the Eclipfe, - 5 

Eclipfe ends, 7 

Whole duration, - - - - 2 
Duration of viability, 1 

II. The Second will be of the SUN, March 12th, 
at 1 o'clock in the morning, invifible 

III. The third will be of the MOON, April 21ft, 
ta 9 o'clock 55 minutes in the morning, irivifible, 

IV. The fourth, and laft, will be of the SUN, Sep- 
tember 5th, in the morning, vifible in part 

The centre of the penumbra will pafs by the vertex of 
New- London before funrife \ confequently the begin 
ning, and middle of the Eclipfe, will be invifible to us 
however, a fmali quantity of the going off, may be feen by 
thofe who have a good Horizontal profpect. The middle 
of the eclipfe will be about 5 o'clock in the morning 5 the 
Sun will rife at 5h. 36m. about ij digits eclipfed, and at 
5 o'clock 46 min. the Eclipfe will end : fo that the dura- 
tion of viability will be only 10 minutes. 

The Moon's latitude at the conjunction 
North increafing, - 

Apparent femidiameter of the Earth's difk 
feen from the Moon, 



40 54' 
54 20 



Difference o/*High~ water at federal placts from New- London 

AT New- York, Tarpaulin- Ccve ar.d Say-Brcok Bar, the 
fame as Neio -London ; at Rbode-Jjland and Amboy, 40 
minutes f oner j atPreviden<*e,zc minutes Jocner 5 at Sandy -Hook 
■2 tours and 40 minutes fooner 5 at Albany , 3 hours and 10 
minutes foorer % at Boftcn, 2 hours and 20 minutes later 5 at 
Gui'ford and Neva -Haven, 2 hours and 50 minutes later j at 
Philadelphia. 5 hours 20 minutes later j at Norwich landing) 
45 minutes later ; at Soutbcld harbour 2 hours 10 minutes later. 



JANUARY haih 31 days. 




Laft quart. 5 day, 8 morn. Firft quart. 18 day 


, 10 aftern. 




\ T ew moon 12 day, 4 morn. Full moon 26 day 


, 11 .-litem. 




M\ W\ Kalendar, Sffr . \ ri . | Q/et 


Fuljca\r. ))/ 




1 


3<Circum. 63 17 i6wj£ 


728J4 32 
7 2 7 4 33 


12 


*5 


« 57 




2 


4 


D Q Day's increaf- 





5S 


9 53 




3 


5 


Clear and (ed 6 m 


727 


4- 33 


I 


36 


10 50 




4 


6 


cold weather. 


7 26 


4 34 


2 


x 9 


n 48 




5 


7 


n O D O fl. clock 


7 26 


4 34 


3 


2 


Morn. 




6 


E 


Epiphany. (6m. 


7*5 


4 55 


3 47 


47 




7 


2 


Day's lcng. ph.iom. 


725 


4 35 


4 3 2 


* 47 




8 


3 


Vaca. Yale College. 


724 


4 36 


5 


26 


2 48 1 




9 


4 


plat. 53 N. £«/«. 


7 23 


4 37 


6 


*o 


3 57! 




10 


5 


7*'s fouth 8 o'clock. 


723 


4 37 


7 


20 


5 H 


1 1 


6 


Days increafedi6m. 


7 22 


4-38 


8 


*9 


6 n 




1 2 


7 


6 O D *p«r. Very 


7 21 


4 39 


9 


18 *fets 




l 3 


F 


Sund. pall Epiph. 


721 


4 39 


10 


»S 


6 41 


8 


[ 4 


2 


Day break $h. 38m. 


7 20 


4 4^ 


1 1 


9 


7 5 2 


I 


l S 


3 


2) b high tides. 


719 


4 4' 


1 2 


3 


9 4 


1 


16 


4 


Snow or rain. 


718 


4 4 2 


12 


52 10 11 


1 


17 


5 


Twil.cnds 6h. 22m 


7 i7 


4 43 


1 


A2TI l8 


1 


18 


6 


D0P ])fb. 6 27 


716 


4 44 


2 


28 


Morn. 


1 


*9 


7 


Bluftering 7 1 5 


7 15 


4 4< 


3 


1-5 


O 2C 


| 


20 


F 


zd pail Epiph* 8 3 


7H 


4 4 6 


4 


I 


1 23 


I 


2/ 


2 


in zz and 852 


7i3 


4 47 


4 


48 


2 19 




22 


3 


cold weather, 9 40 


713 


4 47 


5 


35 


3 *| 




2 3 


4 


but foon grows 10 29 


7 12 


4 48 


6 


22 


4 5 


H 


5 


warmer, II 16 


7 M 


1- 49 


7 


9 


4 5' 




*5 


6 


])lat.4i2S. 12 2 


7 10 


4 5° 


7 


56 


5 46 


26 


7 


D Apog. Snow. 


7 9 


4 5i 


8 


3? 


9 rifi 




27 


F 


SeptuageiIima.C/£/'/y 


7 8 


4 5 2 


9 


2 3 


5 43 


1 


28 


2 


wind, and rain. 


7 7 


4 53 


10 


2 


6 36 


i 


29 


h 


'7*s fouth 6h. 45m. 


7 6 


4 54 


10 


42 


7 29 


1 


P° 


4 


£. Ch I. D S3 


7 5 


4 .55 


1 1 


26^ 8 29 


1 


hi 


5 


O^ys increafed 52m. 


7 4 


f 56 


1 2 


10 9 3 C 


1 



FEBRUARY hath - 


l3 days. 


ift quart. 3 day, 1 1 aftern. 


Firft quart. 17 day, 2 aftern. \ 


ew moon 10 day, 3 aftern. 


Full moon 25 day, 6 aftern* | 


l\ W\ [Calendar, tsfr. | © '- 1 ©/ 1 


Fulfea\r. D/J 


r 6 


y*s ibuth 6h. 30m. 17 3 


4 


57 


* 2 53 


,io 30 


* 7 


Puri.V.M.Candlem. 7 i 


4 


5^ 


1 37 


» 30;: 


5 F 


Sexagef. D G 3) |7 * 


4 59 


2 24 


Morn.jl ; 


f- 2 


Jl.448N.Q15 151916 59 


> 


i 


3 12 


° 3 2 ; j 


" 3 


Oflow of clock 15m. 


6 58 


> 


2 


4 7 


1 35 


' 4 


Treaty of Alliance 


65; 


> 


3 


5 3 


2 36; 


7 5 


[with France 1778 


6 56 


>* 


4 


5 S8 


3 37 


5 6 


Daysincrea. ih.i 2m. 


6 54 


5 


6 


6 54 


4 38 


>l/ 


©per. Chilly nvinds . 


6 53 


5 


7 


7 52 


5 39, 


> F 


Shrove Sund. Gronvj 


6 52 


S 


8 


8 50 


• kts 


2 


High Tides, warmer. 


65, 


s 


9 


9 47 


6 34, 


- 3 


Shrove Tu> f. J Q 


6 4c 


5 


1 ] 


10 39 


7 45; 


► 4 


Lert. Day break 5*1. 


6 48 


5 


12 


ii 31 


8 56: 


r 5 


Valentine. [nm. 


647 


5 


"3 


12 21 


10 >, 


6 


Days leng.ioh. 28m. 


646 


5 


M 


I 12 


" ?! 


> 7 


Tvvil. ends 7h cim. 


6 44 


5 


»5 


1 57 


Morn.j 


F 


ft Sund. in Lent. 


6 43 


5 


*7 


2 43 


7' 


1 2 


0*nH Dfo. 6 43 


6 42 


S 


18 


3 3° 


1 6 i 


\ 3 


• lat. 5 13 S. 7 32 


6 40 


5 


20 


4 18 


2 '►! 


> 4 


Law cannot pur- 8 j8 


6 39 


> 


2 ! 


5 3 


2 57ji 


5 


fuade, where it 9 5 
cannot puni(h. 9 54 


638 


5 


2 2 


5 49 


3 37! 


5 6 


636 


J 


M 


6 3S 


4 ,8 ^ 1 


7 


Japoge. 10 41 


6 35 


5 


*<; 


7 21 


5 ' 


F 


S*. Matthias, t x 26 


6 34 


> 


26 


8 4 


S 44 


-^ 


Decli. 8Q D ** *2 


63; 


5 


28 


-847 


rifej 


\ 3 


[Vac.ZWACjlIege 


63' 


5 


2 9 


9 3* 


6 27 j 


* 4 


O flow of clock 13m. 


63c 


> 


30 


10 13 


7 25. 1 


3 5 7*s fe* T2J1. 1 7m. 


6 28 


5 


32 


10 c 6 


8 2v .: 

■ 1: 1 


•7 tie Fiijn-.t ViKu's wi// & Evening Star to the zjtb <f jm 


ay, ibtnre Morning Star to the Ycar^T: tnt 


L_ — J; . ' 



















MA R C H, hath 31 days. 



I La I quart. 5 day, 10 morn* 
j N, v w moon 12 day, 1 mom. 



Afj/^| A^ 



v/V/r 



Firft quart. 19 clay, 7 morn, 
' nil mo on .a 7 day, n morn. ( 



&rt.\% 



2 7. . 

3! F 3d in Lent. 



tleajau 

weather 
then 



9 

io 
u 

j ! 2 

, J 3 

.14 

*5 

;6 

»7 

18 

,«9 

[ao 

2 
22 

2 3 
*4 

20 

2 7 
28 

2 9 ( 
Si 



2 ) l at. 5 10 N. r*/< 

3 a G D O comes to £3 

4 .^iat. 5 5 N. and 

5 Days increa.2h.22a1. 

6 7 # s fet i ih. 47m 
7;|Jperig. r#/* 0/- 
F 4c h in Lent. /now 
2IP 8 Pretty full tides 
3*0 eciipfed 6 O i 
^D&y br-*ak ill. 30m. 

#^/ ##*/ muddy. 6 

Plea fa nt weathe* 6 

for March. 6 

Fi $ lat, 5 13m. S. 6 
$T«vil. ends 7b. 36m. 6 
3: a © I 0D. 6 246 
4 ! in * 7 I! 

SiS *5 'i W 7 5% 59 
o,7fsf. loh. 56111. 8 43 
7 ;«apog. " 9 30 

F Palm Sand. 10 ij 

2 Lidy day., 1 [ 

3 QflWd. 5m. 1 1 47 

4 SO% ^;7/r 12 i2 
5 



6 2 75 33 

5 35 



6 25 
6 24 
6 23 
6 21 
6 20 
6 19 



r 5 js 
$ 3 

5 39 

j 40 

S 4> 

^> 1 15 43 
6 i6'5 44 
6 14JJ 46 

6 13 5 4" 

6 12I5 48 

6 10J5 5 olio 15 



" 43 9 27: 
o 31 IO 3T 



I 17 

2 4 

2 S i 

3 5 2 

4 4 fc 

5 45 
6-41 

.8 3c 
9 ?3 



915 5 1 
5 53 

5 5 
5 S 6 

5 57 
5 5? 

I 59 ' 



S,fV, <winds 
6 Good Friday. CW 
7|Daysleng. 12h.26.rn. 
F'Eirler Sund. nights. 



11 5 

11 55 

12 44 

1 33 

2 22 

3 ' 2 

3 57 

4 43 

5 27 

6 12 

6 57 

7 4 2 

8 25 

9 7 
9 5o 

10 36 



5 58 
5 56 

5 526 

5 5 l6 9 
5 49,6 1 J 
5 4^12 
5 47j6 ijfri 2 3 9 3M 



m 31 .j 
Morn. ; 

31 j 

1 29 J 

2 28 

3 13 I 

4 9 

4 59 

5 5°, 
D fets 

7 46. 

8 52 

9 5* 
10 59; 
12 1 

Morn. 

54 1 

1 4 8 ,f 

2 27 

3 7 

3 42 

4 17 

4 5 2 

5 2 * 
rife 

7 27 

8 2 9l 



1 



5 45 6 l S 12 Hiio 33 



APRIL hath 30 daysT 



Laft quart. 3 day, 6 aftern. 
New moon 10 day. 11 aftern 



Firft quart. 18 day, 2 mom* 
Full moon 1 1; day,midnight 



M\W\ Kalendar, &c. \Qr.\®J.\fuijea\r.%s. 



2 D lat. 5 13 N. 

3 Days incrca.3h.36m. 
4J P Q > Phajant 
5;7 # s/ec 1 oh. 8m. 
6^15^ weather. 
7 ( © perig. J? a/*. 
Fjift Sun. p. Eaft. J S3 
2^ r/Wj ////?// /£//> 
3! balmy flowers, 
W0) Full Tides. 
SyTbe quinteJTenceof f uer* 
6 #s / flowers. 

7.O and clock even. 
FjzdpaftEaft. Shown 
2 

3 



44 
42 

4 1 

40 

38 

35 
34- 

33 



16 

18 

19 

20 

22 

2 3 
o 25 

6 26 



Day break 3I1. 39m. 5 
and -perhaps thunder^ 

D lat. 4 6 S. 5 

5! D O J infome pi aces. \$ 
6,0apcg. Jib. 7 32 5 



7[Qin« 



8 17 



ij3d p. Eaft. J& 9 
2 Fw. e. 8)1331x1.9 47 
3|8 14 14 ^ 10 30 

y.Now expecl rain 1 1 1 c 
SJSt.Markcvan. 12 o 
6,in plenty. [SO* 
7 Days incre. 4I1. 40m 
F4th paft Eailer. 

2 7*s fet 8h. 35m. 

3 D lat. 4 47 N. 



627 
31*6 29 
3°i 6 3° 

He 

*7P 33 
266 34 

251 6 35 
'36 
2?{6 38 
2i [ 6 39 

40 

4 

43 

44 
45 

47 

4* 

49 

5 C 

5 2 

5 

54J 



1 
55 

55 
5° 
44 
34 
24 

14 



6*11 36 

Morn. 

32 

1 2 9 | 

2 15; 

3 a 

3 4 2 j 

4 22 
. 5 2' 
4 D fets 

54| 7 47 

45 ; 8 5* 

3 6 9 55 
2410 49 

13 1 1 44 

1 Morn. 
49 ° 2 4 

I 4 

I 
2 
2 

3 

12: 4 

57| 4 
42 

7 27; 

* 3' 
9 36 

10 34 



33 

18 

2 

45 
28 

,1 



45 ! 
26 

5 8 

3° 

2 

J* 

rile 



1 1 1 



MAT hath 31 days. 



La(t quirt, a day, 
New moon 9 diy, 



midnight. 
10 a f tern. 



M\W\ Kalendar, &c. 



i~4 Gen. Ele&i. Newport. 



5 



D0D # perigee 

[£ 13 27 J% 

7jDaysincrea 4)1. 58m. 

FjRoga. Sund. D {3 

2 Vaca. Yale College. 

3 O^ait of clock 4m. 
49 lat. 3 45 S. 
5(50D Gfft. E!ea. 
6 [Harford. 
7,7*3 fet 7b. 49m. 
F|8i2 33«R Thunder, 

Day- break 2b. 47m. 
I^Apag. The frag- 
rant fields are clca'h'd'fi 50 
^ in rich array, • • 'The' A. 49 
aO| groves rejoice ± 48 
D & and all the worlds 47 
Wait. Sund. is gaj.^ 46 
Qinii *fo. 8 254 45 



Firft quart. 17 day, 8 attern. 
Full moon 25 day, 1 1 morn. 

56 Morn 



46 56 



658 

59 

o 



7 



#lat. 3 35 N. 9 52 

'/>#*, with IO 43 

thunder, 11 37 

SO® Something 
Win. Sund. ivindy. 
Notjj fair ? reigns 
Fwil. ends 9I1. 33m. 
ePer. Gen. El. Bolt. 
f w* 0/* /£* morning 
j*s rife 3h.27m.mor 



4 42 
4 4 



5 1 
43 

21 

f S 
4 

54" 
44 
33 



610 23 



7l" 

8.12 



912 47 



10 
1 1 
12 
13 
Hi 
! 5 



32 

16 

3 

46 

2 

9 7!4 447 ! *| 5 S3 
4 437 x 7j 6 IS 
4 427 i8j 7 26 



7 18 
7 "9 9 

4 407 20,1 O 

4 397 2i]lo 

4 3917 



21 11 



4 3«7 22 
4 37 7 23 

4 377 2 3* 



12 491 1 1 



V> 



20 

9 

48 

28 

3 

38 

*3 

D fetb 

R 42 

9 39 

10 25 
n 12 

11 ;i 
Morn. 

o jc 



1 

34 

3 

3 2 

2 

3 2 

2 



0rife 

8 26 

9 2 3 
10 21 



53 



2 3 61 Morn. 



. 



JUNE hath 30 days. 



\ T c 



(\ quart. 1 day, 5 morn, 
w mooa 8 day, 10 morn. 



Firil quart. 16 day, 1 aftern, 
Full moon 23 day, 7 aftern, 
Laft quart. 30 day, 10 morn. 



Vf| r| KxUndar, &c. 


0r$\ 


|0/. 


full* a 


|r.»/. 


* 7 


a O D a fcr. 1 N 4 36,7 


2 4 


3 2b ' 


30 


2 F 


lit Saud. p. Trinity 


4 367 


24 


4 16 


1 *7 


3 2 


S3 iO I2t£ 


4 3 5J7 


2 5 


5 4 


I 40 


4 3 


Lagi/ //i^/y _/ar 


4 3 57 


2S 


5 5 2 


2 14 


5 4 


thunder. 


4 347 


26 


6 40 


2 50 


<M 


Hot, and fuitry. 


4 347 


26 


7 28 


3 2 7 


76 


Slat. 5 S. 


4 33 7 


2 


8 16 


4 4 


8 •? 


(5 O D £*#**■ 


4 33 7 


2;- 


9 5 


D fets 


9 F 


2d pail Trinity. 


4 327 


28 


9 54 


8 19 


10 2 


und p leaf ant. 


4 3 2 7 


28 


10 41 


9 5 


1 1 3 


>t. Barnabas. 


4 317 


29 


11 29 


9 5 2 


12 4 


]) Apogee. j 4 317 


2Q 


12 13 


10 27 


<3 5 


aad click even. I4 31 7 


2 9 


12 58 


11 2 


14 6 


Day-break 2h. nm.4317 


29 


l.'4P 


u 32 


*5 7 


1) & Ruin, thunder 4 3 1 7 


29 


2 22 


12 2 


i«! 


j 4 ; .aft Trin D | 4 307 


30 


3 4 


Morn. 


17 2 


■3$ 411TR fcf /#r« |4 307 


3c 


3 4 6 


31 


«3 


Days iicreafed 6h. 4 307 


3o 


4 3 2 


1 


194 


Mfr. @fo. 8 344 30^7 


30 


5 *£ 


* 34 


20 5 


9 ~ 2 l4 30J 


30 


6 5 


2 8 


21 6 


O in 23 10 1 1 '4 307 


30 


651 


2 41 


22 7 


T<vil. e. 1 oh. 11 84 307 


30 


7 4 6 


3 *5 


23 F 


4th p. Trni. § O ©{4 3o|7 


30 


8 41 


^ rife 


242 


it.JohnB. F. Fides. 14 30 


7 


30 


9 37 


8 4 


-5 3 


A growing feafon),^ 30 


7 


30 


10 36 


8 55 


86 1 


• P- ri 3- (4 3° 


7 


3o 


» x 33 


9 4 6 


*7 5 


Plejfant njjeatb<r 4. 30 


7 


30 


12 30 


IO 25 


58 6 


§ 8 #*/ 


4 3i 


7 


29 


1 24 


i" 5 


59 7 


St. Per. The fan fit- 


4 31 


7 


29 


2 12 


n 38 


ioF 


:hcft from the earth. 


4 3i 


7 


2 9 


3 ; 


Morn. 



New moon 7 day, midnight. 
Firlt quart. 16 day, 4 morn. 



y U L T hath 3! days. 



Full moon 23 day, 5 morn • 
Laft quart. 29 day, 8 astern. 



M\W\ Kalendar, &c. \&r. \&j.\F«ijea\r. %j 



3 4 

4 5 

5 ^ 

6. 7 

;! 



*o 4 

M' 

12 6 

14IF 
+ 

I 7[4 
1 

*9 

20 

21 

22 

3 

(24 



4 3' 

4 32 
4 3 2 
43 
4 33 

4 33 
4 34 
4 34 
4 35 
4 35 
4 3 6 
4 37 
4 37 
4 3* 



7 2 
7 28 

7 2 

7 2 
26 

26 

7 25 

7 25 
7 2 4 



7 23 

7 72 



11 Heavens e<verlnft>ng 
S3 7 20 Aft pillar 3 

groan aloud, and the 
Indepcnd.decl. 1776. 
boarfe thunder rattles 
• lat. 4 5 S. //£r<? ? 
6th p. Trin. OD 
M* cloud. Cut, 

9' 3 /tttfta and fecure youi 
" apo. hay njohile thi 
Days fhortened izm.^ 
Day-break zh. 24m. 
fun Jbines. [ D ^ 
7th pad Trinity. 
O flow clock 6m. 4 397 21 
D0© Fine weather. 4 397 2 
Commen. Cambridge. 4 407 2c 
Sbowry ©fo. 8 2 4 417 19 
£0/ weather. 8 55 4 41 J7 19 
P leaf ant. 9 50 4 427 I 

8th p. Trin. 10 46 4 437 17 
©H'Si 11 43 4 44^ 16 

SOD High Tides. 4457 15 
9 per. ©lat. 1 15 N. 4467 14 
Dog-days. St. James 4 46.7 14 

26 b^hunderjbo'wers'vohicl 4477 13 

27 7 Twili. ends 9b. 13m. 4 48J7 12 
z2) F,9th paft Trinity. 4 497 1 1 
29! 2^0 3) cool the air 450(7 10 
30 ! 3 ! Q 5 58 or' 4.517 9 
31 4/*srife uh. 20m. 4 527 8 



7 29; 3 4* 



£1 



7 281 4 35 



5 18 

6 1 

6 43 

7 26 

8 24 

9 22 

10 7 

11 53 

1 1 ^6 

7 23112 19 



< 2 59 
3$ 
21 

4 

54 



1 

2 
3 
3 

4 4 6 

5 3B 

6 30 

7 22 

8 20 

9 18 
10 17 
n 9 
13 2 

l 12 54 
*1 4^ 

2 34 

3 2 ^ 

4 " 



o 1 2 

45 

1 18 

1 52 

2 ^ 7 

3 1 
2) fets 

7' 4*1 

8 18 

■8 56 

9 27 

9 59 
10 27 

10 54 

11 26! 



59, 



1 1 
Morn 

43 

1 27 

2 II 

2 55 

3 39 
@ rife 

8 17 



8 c6 

9 35 

10 1 o 

10 45; 

11 1 81 

Morn I 



A V G U S T ruth Ji Jays. 



,! 



^evv moon 6 day, 5 aftern. 
: if.(l quart. 14 day, 5 af'tern 



Full moon 2,1 day, xo moi 
Latt quart. z% day, 5 morn 



I0r|07p«//^lr.»i. 



x 

2 

3 
4 

7 

8 

9 

to 

U 
\i 

[ 3 
( 4 
|5 

16 

18 

*9 
to 

21 

22 

2 

H 

2 5 
26 

2 7 

2 9; 5 
30, (: 
31 1 / 



5 Lam. ]) lat.5 iob. 4 

6 T^y that fly from plea- 4 

7 ,A r * often find the m«ft\\ 
F 10th aft. Trinity. J4 

2 S3 5 521% Honor) Of. 

3 6 D />r0/S> fcty/w-Lj. 

4 $ per. yan? #r* three § 
S|JQ things mcfiz 
6 £#z,v? /# view. 5 
7pay's morte.xh. 6m. '5 
Faith aft. Trinity. J5 
27 *s rife xoh. 35m. 5 
3JDay-break 3I1. 1301.5 
4! D O > P leaf ant 5 
5JI) lar. 5 ic N. jj 
Giveather. $fo. 7 375 
7JTw.e.8h.4om. 8 335 
Fji 2th pair Trin. y 32.3 
2|O^ 0vvc ^« 31*1. 10^305 

xi 2 9 ; 5 

S O P |5 

[ ^ p er - 5 



Katn.. 
D cclipfcd. 
OinT% 

[High Tides. 
$:. Banhol. Plea/ant 
13th paft Trinity. 

fine weather- 
Days fhorte. ih^Sm. 
Com m E n . Dartmou 
[Q comes to ^'s^ 
f*iat. 4 35 S. Rain 
;*s rife 9b. 24m. 



S3 

54 

55 

5^ 

57 

59 

o 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

7 

8 

9 

10 

u 

■3 

H 

*S 

16 

18 

*9 

20 
21 

25 

2 4 
2 5 
27 
2 



i 

1 

c 

59 
58 
57 
56 
55 
53 
5 2 
5 1 
5° 
49> 
47| 

1? 

4 2 , 



o 
47 
35 
22 2 

10, 3 45 

53 G^ 



3/i 



37 1 1 
26 11 



3° 
59 
29 

5 

28 

59 
3i 
1 3 

55 



21 



Morn 



41 10 

39 ( i2 

1 



ii 

33 

22 



2 9 ;6 31 



51 

1 47 
»j 2 42 

5! 3 37 
2';9 rifr 

59j 7 34| 
52 8 10 

45' 8 47 
3? ; 9 
25 10 
15 10 
611 

4 6|l2 

27 Morn 

160 47 



2 4|P 

I 
2ll 

4 



Te P <T E M 3 E R hath .30 days. 



Tew moon 5 day, 7 morn. 
i 7 irfl quart 13 de/» 3 morn. 



Full moon 19 day, 6 aftern # 
Laft quart. ^6 day, 8 aftern # 



If |^| Calendar , Wt. 

I 
2 



3 

4 

5 

6 

7 
8 

9 

10 

1 1 

12 

*3 

<4 

15 
i6 
I 

18 
19 

20 
1 

22 

23 
I24 

2 ; 
26 

? <7 
28 

i2 9 

30 



14th paft Trin 

2 bonrft mind <witb dilli- 

3 Dog-days end. gence 
4. Com. Provi. ®apog. 
SOccIipfed. 6Q9 

6 Bat. at F. Grifwold. 

7 ind frugality, may he 
P 15ft; paft Trin. **# 
2 Drys fhort. 2I1. 22m. 
3 7 # s rife 8h. 49m. fa 
4Com.N.Havm. W</ 
rflat, 5 13 N. f/Swv/, 
frDay-break 41. 8m 
f Windy #fo. 7 27 ^ , 
Fi6thp. Trin. 3 25*5 496 11 
zP leaf int. 9 23 5 51J6 
3:0faftcl.6n. io 21 5 526 
4®P~ P - 19 11 195 54 6 



\&r.\®f\ Fu!)ea \r.%s 



An\Z 3 l!6 2Q 

<6 



* 5 

6 54 

7 44 
827 
9 10 

9 S 2 
10 34 



5 326 23 

J 33! 6 2 7 
5 3d 6 25 
5 366 24 
5 37P 23 

5 39J6 2i 

5 406 20; 1 1 1 6 

5 41J6 1912 o 

5 43/5 I7 ! i2 44 9 16 

5 446 16 

5 45 6 1 5 



1 54 

3 2 

4 6 

5 10 

D fets 

7 ioi 

7 39 

8 8 

8 42 



5 47;6 13 

54 3;6 



5 SOS Novv look out 5 55 

6jbr very high tides. 5 56 

7;St. Matthew. An 5 58 

F 17th p. Trin. QinA 5 59 

2; equinoSiial form, 6 I 

3 & fat. 5 11 S. Cold 6 2 

47 *s rifeyh. 55m. 6 

5|([ 0Q nights and 6 

6,T\vi!. ends yh. 33m. 6 

7j8 5 40 ^t pleafant 6 

r*jSt. Michael. </*y/. 6 , , 

2'D.iys fhirt. 3*1.2001 6 10*5 50 <; 52 



6 2 

65 

7 54 
847 

9 4 1 

*o 33 

ill i 26 

'5 59! 12 17 
55B 1 9 



1 33J6 3 

2 23 IO 50^ 

3 16*1 j%. 

4 1 o Morn.! 

5 6 o 29' 

2 ?i 



5S 2 



6,5 54 
7|5 53 
9i5 5*i 5 



1 59 

2 49 

3 37 

4 2 * 



1 

2 25 

3 **] 
rife 

6 47 

7 27 

3 7 

8 45 

9 24 

10 14 

h 5; 

11 56 

Morn,! 

4-7 

1 42 



>r 



C f 3 £ R hath "31 days. 



tfew mcon 4 day, 11 attein 
Jirft quart. 12. day, noon 



Full moon 19 day, 3 morn* 
Laft quart. 2,6 day, 1 afr.ern. 



M\W\ Kalendar, &c. J QrL j ^ 



I 


3 


2 

5 
4 


4! 

5 
6 


5 

6 


7 
F 


7 
8 


2 
3 


9 


4 




1 


5 
6 


2 

3 


7 
F 


4 


2 


•5 
6 


3 
4 


17 
,8 


•5 
6 


'9 

ZQ 


F 


s,i 


2 


I?. 


3 


^3 


4 


&6 


S 
6 

7 


*7 
z8 


2 


*9 


3 


J-0 

11 


4 

s 



*3 

s I4 

6 16 



J £3 -r3? w^r* formal 612 
^apo. rvijkor among 
mm of bufnefs is in 
£ O® Days (ho. 3I1. 
S3 5 25^ _ [$zrn. 
i9thpaft Trin. 

tolerable. 
7*srife yh. 8m. 
>iac. 5 8N. CWy 
Gen. CourtN. Haven. 
weather. %{q* $ 
Day b. 4*1. 52m. 6 
20th p. Tjrin. 7 
C£/7/y wet % 

d& 9 

perig. 10 

weather. 1 1 

St. Luke, Ev. 11 
Full tides. 8 0D 
21 ft pall Trin. 
Twil. ends 6h. 59m 
O in ttfc flp7^y. 

O ;aft of clock 16m. 
®lat. 4 10 S. 
Days ihort. 4h. 28m 
OQ^ P leaf ant ana 
2 2 J pad Trini. 
St. Simon and Jude* 
#apo. D^S 

4! ferene, but faun gro-ivi 
cloudy, rain 



3° 
2 S 

21 

17 
3 
7 
2 

55 



l 7 
18 
6 20 
6 21 
6 22 
6 24 
6 25 
6 27 
6 28 
6 29 
6 31 
6 32 
6 33 

6 35 

636 

6 37 
6 39 
6 40 
6 41 

6 43 
6 44 

6 45 
6 47 
648 

6 49 
6 t;o 
6c 2 



fet\Fuljea 
636 

7 20 

8 2 

845 
927 
4ZJIO I I 

4o|io 56 
39|n 44 

3 



47! 
46 
44; 
4-3! 



5*1 



25 
18 



M« 

3 $3 

4 2 9j 
Jfets} 

6 21! 



1 
2 

3 I 2 

4 6 

5 o 

5 54 

6 46 

7 39 

8 30 

9 22 
23:10 14 

21 II 5 

201 I 57 
I9!£ 46 



7 

! 5j 3 

n; 3 
12 4 

M|S 

10 6 

8 6 



1 39 

2 27 

3 '5 

3 59 

4 43 
25 

7 
4S 



7 * 6 

8 71 

8 48 

9 A 

10 281 
1 1 32' 

Morn j 

1 49;S 

3 3l 

4 l 4 

5 »9J 

• rife Si 

6 4 =- 



8 9! 

8 59' 

9 49. 1 
i° 43 
1 1 



■M 



3S i 

om I 



i 

1 30 

2 27 

3 2 4 



N 0~y E M B E R hath 30 c'.\yi. 



New mcon 3 day, 3 a 1 tern. 
f irft quart. 10 day,6aftem. 



Full moon 17 
Laf\ quart. 25 



day, 3 aKcin.j 
day, 1 n item. | 



2 

3 
4 

5 
b 

7 
g 

9 

ic 

1 1 
12 

13 

H 

j s 
16 

1*81 

20 
21 

22 

3 
24. 

?5 

26 

2 7 



6 & 3 33^ Smoaky 

7 Queen Kr. b. 1755. 
P^dp.Trin. <$©# 

2! 3 lac. ^ N. //^V/£ #*> 
3JThc tongue of a vi- 
4lper is lefs hurtful than 
5 that of a flanderer. 



Chilly -winds.]! 
7 Days fliorte. 5b. 4m. I7 
|2 4thp.T. ® (0.6 14J7 
z\P ret ty good 
3 weather. 
4O fall cl. 15m. 

5 Day-b. 51,27111, 

6 A Jlorm is 

P|S0> 



31 

16 

I 

46 

33 
20 

'7 

•5 

8 

1 



53' ; 5 
5 + 5 
55 : 5 
575 
585 

595 



zl D at. 4 5 

ilFull tides 

j 1 



8 S. 



7 717 

8 o J 7 

8 51)7 

9 4 2 '7 

10 35J7 9 

1 1 287 10 

22 J7 



12 



nearq 



at hand.] 



47*s fouth uh. 48m. I7 
5 0in f Snow j 

6Twii. ends 6h. 2om.\j 16 
7 fl^a/ this time l j 

FhSth pail Trinity. [7 18 
2jD Q9 ®apo. D e?V 18 
3iMankind upon eacfeW 19 
4j OLhcrs ruins rife. 7 20 
5<Cowards maintain the 7 2 r J4 39 
6j brave and fools the .7 224 38 
7! wife. St. Andrew. 7 224 38 



9 

5I 

3! 
2' 1 

11 

1 °> 

i- 59 

&*, 

4 55| 

I 54J 

4 53 

I 5 2 

5 1 

5° 

I 49 

48! 

. 47i 
4 46' 

I- +5 
1-44 

I 43 
I. 42 

I- 42 

i-4 1 
440 



r. <g> ;_ 
4 21 

2) fcts 
6 6 



5 2 



4 44 

5 33 
6 
7 '3 



5* 
36 

53 
3° 
33: 
37 
Morn ' 
o 44 



8 5 

8 55 

9 4* 

10 39 

1 1 

(2 
I 
I 
2 

3 

4 
4 

5 



9 rile 
5 58 



3* 

20 

9 
S3 
37 
l 9 

1 

49 

2 

7 
49! 



47 
3^ 

3°;j 
24 

18 



9 

io 

1 1 13' 

Morn Ij 
11 



7] 

5: 
4, 

3,i 



E C E M H S R hnh 31 days. 



ew m^on 3 day, 6 morn, I Full inooa 17 day, 5 mora, 
rftquirr. 13 d^, 5 mom. Laft quart. 25 jay, 7 morn 



r^j. Katendar, &c. \&r.\®f.\FuI/'ea.[ 



Advent Sunday. [7 23 4. 37 
7*s fouth 1 oh. 55m. 17 2 3 j4 37 

iOt <D ; a ; -4 2 3 N -|7 2 4 

Oi'.c.^rn. Fuil tides. {7 25 

//* eajierly /IsrmAJ 25 

and fnoxvy weathers! 26 



y\T vili. rnds 6h. 
F:2d in Advent. 



17m. j7 26 



4 3 6 
4 35 
4 33 
4 34j 22 
4 34' 12 
4 33 



7 39 

8 z 9i 



#f». 5 4^7 2 % 32 



2* 



2; # peri. 

3JPO * ° 4*|7 

A^More pleafant. 7 3117 29 

5 7*s S.ioh.iim. 8 22J7 29 

6 Day-b,5h.42m. 9 1 v(] 29 
7 LSwu; cr 10 2J7 29 
P 3d in Advent. 1054729 

2 %lat. 4 50 S. 11 47=7 30 

3 SOD W. 1* 3^i7 3o 

4 Boreas with hi^/nowyh 30 

5 regions wil! takeusby(7 30 

6 ftorm, unlefs we k?epJ7 30 
jQ'wY? St. Thomas. 7 30 
F ; 4th in Adv. #apog.»7 30 
2|up a br Ik fire, (9 gftf 30 
3 by the afliftance of [7 30 
4^ Chris tm. O ® 7 30 

commflary vv >d- (7 30 
6 pile. Very homey ~J 30 

blue njo t a i ber/y 294 31J 5 22 2 
F The rolling mjnt^.7 294 31* 6 7! 3 
iavc fled, rhe yev i/fej 29 4 3 1 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 5 

6 42 

7 3* 
3 23 

9 13 

3010 4 

3°\ 10 5 2 
30. n 39 
30.12 23 
30] 1 7 

1 
2 

3 
3 
4 



3°i 
ad 

30 } 

i- 3°; 



14; D fet 5 
9! 6 12 

4; 7 13 
o 8 15 
52' 9 24 
44 (O 34 
3611 40 
28 Morn 
J 6 o 46 

1 

2 

4 

5 

6 

D rife 

6 59 

7 54 

8 50 

9 47j 
48 10 40 

2 <S 1 1 33 
j o Morn 
5 1 o 22 
36 1 20 
9 



5 2 

59 

4 

9 

12 



6 ^3 

7 4° : 



34 
41 



R 
( No. I. ) 

Road to Newport. 
Groton, Barber, 4 

Stonington, Collins, Frink, 5 
IWefterly, at ? Rodes, or 
j the Bridge, yBabcock, 
'WefttrJy, Bievin, 
Charleftown, Stanton, 
Green, 



A D S. 

Prefton, Jewett, 
Plainfield, Eaton, 
Voluntown, Dixfon, 
Magee, 



Tower-Hill, Perry, 
Ferry, Robinfon, 4 

Over the Ferry) Townfend 
toNEWPORT,)<?r Lawton, ^ 

Miles 51 
I ( No. II. ) 
Lower or P oft -Road to Boften 
I' (See Road No. I.) 

jTo Tower-Hill, Perry, 40 

;North-Kingfton, Allen, 6 

Greenwich, Arnold, ic 

Fulling- Mill, Stafford, 3 

[Providence, \ ^Sgett, *r 
| ' l Dexter, 

IRehobotb, Slack, 
[AtUeborough, Newell, 
Draper 



Coventry, Brown, 
^jScituate, Manchefter, 
cjjohnrrn Fifk, 

Providence, 

To Bofton, (fee No. II.) 45 



103 
( No. IV. ) 
From Bofton to Newbu 7 

ry-Port, J 45 

From Newbury-Port to 7 I 
Portfmouth, J 22 j 

From Portfmouth to 1 

Portland, J Ga 

From Portland to 1 

Machias, 5 *°\ 



Wrenrbam, Mann, 

HWalpole, Hayden, 

' ' Downe, 

.Dedham, Ames or Gay, 

([Boston* 



332 
( No. V. ) 
Poft-Road to Hartford, by 

Middletmun, 
Frink, 



Montville, Alien, 
Carcey, 



C Bracket, 
I Hatch, 



Miles 1 i 
f No. III. ) 
M'tdde Road to Boston 
thro* Providence. 
Haughton or Raymond, 

Norwich, \ Lo"»,L«hrop, 

, I or Brown, 
Clark, 



Celchefter, 
Chatham, 



5 Breed, 



Taintor, 
Comftock, 7 
Arnold, 3 

Higgins, 4 
Brown, 5 

Over t<be Ferry f Bigrelow, 
to Middle- J Richards, 1 
town, £ Fenno, 



Rocky-Hill, Grimes, 
Wethersfield, 



7.HARTFORD, 

4I 



1 Wright : 
I Stilman, 
JBurkr, 
J Bull, 



{Windham, 

U (Morel, 
Union, 



( No. VI. ) 
Road to Dartmouth College. 

JHaughton, or 
Raymond, 

rNorwich,J Lor t' Lathr °P' 
•\ ' I or Brown, 

Franklin, Rude', 

C Ripley, or 

I Stanniford, 

Clark, 

Lomis, 

Brimfield, Convers, 

Checkeby-River, 

Palmer, Quinten, 

JBekhertown, Dwight, 

^Amhurft, Field, 

i Sunderland, Billings, 

Montague, Root, 14 

Nortbfield, Hunt, 6 

Binfdale, Tailor, 11 

Chefterfield, Snow, 9 

Westmoreland, Butterfield, 9 

jWalpole, Baldwin, 9 

! Charhftown, Walker, 8 

Claremont, Wait, 





Fairfield, 


Penfield, 


Q 




Norwalk, 


Reed, 


12 




Middlefex, 


Youngs, 


6 


7 


Stamford, 


Webb, 


% 


7 


Horfe-Neck, 


Knap, 


6 


Rye, 


Haviland, 


6 


4 


Merineck, 


Horton, 


4 


a New-Rochel 
8 |Eaft Chefter, 


Brum, 


4 


Guyong, 


1 


4 King's- Bridg 


e, Hyat, 


5 


7 


New-York; 




*5 



J 4S 
From Neiv-Tovk to PI da. , 



!,Co;nifn, 
' Piainfield, 
Lebanon, 
College, 



Chafe, 
Smith, 

Brewfter, 



2 delpbia. 

10 Newark, Kenny, 10 

8 Elizabeth-Town, Graham, 6 

Woodbridge, JackfGn, 10 

Brunfwick, Drake, 10 

Ten miles run, Jones, jo 

Princeton, Beekman, 8 

Trenton, Bergen, 12 

Br'ftol, McElroy, 10 

Penny Peck, Holmes, 10 

Frink ort, Martin, 5 
Philadelphia, 



2S7 

( No. Vffc ) 

Road to New Haven and 

New -York* 

Lyme, Parfons, 15 

Saybrook, Pratt, 4 

Killingworth, Crane, c 

Guilford, Stone, ic 

E ran ford, Karri fon, ic 

X7 T . \ Smithy or 

New-Haven, < t> r ic 
■ / Brown, 

Mil ford, Clark, ic 

St»arford, Benjamin, a 



From Philadelphia to 
Alexandria* 
Derby, Hayes, 7 

Chefter, Withy, % 

Wilmington, Bentley, 13 
Chriftiana Bridge, Darby, 9 
Head Eik, Hollingfworth, 12, 
Charleftown, Palmer, 10 
Acrofs Sufquehan. Durbin,? 



Baltimore, Staik, 
The Rope-Ferry, 
-'purrier's TaveFn, 
Rofe's Tavern, 
Alexandria, Wife, 



3 S 

% 

S 

2S 

7^6 



C O N T E N T S. 



^Pportionment of repre- g 
fentatives to each (late 3 

JJANK in New-London, 19 
— Hartford, 
United States, 

CINCINNATI officers, 46 

Collectors, &c. Fees, 39 
— of taxts in Cenne&i. 44. 
jCommiffioners of loans, 60 
[Courts, Federal, 67 

in Connecticut, &c. 91 

Cuftom-Houfe officers, 56 
£)U TIES on goods, 30 

«— — on tonnage 
J7L.ec tors in Connecti. 83 

Executive departm. U. S. 53 
pAirfield co. civil officers 8 

Freedom fociety, 
Freemen's meetings, 
their oath, 



QOvernor, council, &c. 

in Connecticut, 
Governors in the U. S. 
pj Artford co. civil officers 4 
city ditto, 17 

jNfpeclors and collectors , 

of revenue, 
JUdges, &c. U. S. 66 

Litchfield co. civil office. 1 j 

^/[Afters of vefTels, &c. , 
directions to, 



Medical fociety, 41 

Middkfex co. civil officers 13 
Middictovvn city officers, 17 
Militia in Connecticut, 69 
Minirters and churches in 8 

Connecticut, 4 

Minifterial and confular 

appointments, 5r 

ditto, *« 

Mint of the U. S. 83 

JsJEw- Haven co. oncers, 5 

city ditto, 16 

New London, co. officers, 7 

city ditto, 

town ditto, 

Nomination, 

Norwich city officers, 

Notaries public, 

ports of delivery, 

Prehdent, &c. U. S. 

Probate judges and elks. 

J^Eprefentatives in Conn. 23 

In Congrefs, 52 

gChools in Connecticut, 29 

Sup. court in ditto, 4 

Supervisors, 60 

'pOlland co. officers, 14 

Transfer of Stock, 47 

Trcafury U.S. regulations, 46 

Troops of U. S. 82 

YyJndham county civil 

officers, 



Scamens Journals, Shipping-Bills, Bills of Lad- 
ing, and all kinds of Blanks in common ufe ircj 
this State — School Books, Account Books, Sta-( 
tionary, &c. conftantly kept for Sale, by Thomas] 
\C. G reen> at the Poft-OfRce, New-London. jl 



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For any Sum from 20 s. to ^.1000. 


1 




1 Mon. | 


3 Mon. 1 


6 Mon. | 


A Y 


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1 


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1 O 


s. d". q. 
On 3 2 


J-. d. q. 
7 


s. 

1 


d. q[ 
2 O 


1 





2 1 


070 


1 20 


2 


4 °i 


I 


; 3 
4 
5 


O 




3 2 

4 3 
6 


10 3 

1 21 
1 60 


1 9 2 
242 
300 


3 
4 
6 


7 0. 
9 





6 

7 






7 i.* 

8 1 


1 92 

2 1*0 


3" 7 °- 
4 • 20 


7 
8 


2 
4 


1 


8 

9 






9 2 
10 3 


2 4 3 
2 8'i 


4 9 2 

5 4 2 


9 

10 




7 ° 

9° 

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120 




10 





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60 


20 





20 


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120 


1 


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1 4° 






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12 


18 

1 40 


1 
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1 10 


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6 


0180 


1 160 


3 


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7 ° 


1 1 


2 20 


4 


4 ° 







8 


1 40 


280 


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9° 

100 






9 ° 

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1 70 
1 10 


2 14 

300 


5 

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soo 


1 





300 


600 


1 2 







3 co 
400 


1 


10 



4 10 
6 G 


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12 00 


18 
84 








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2 
3 


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7 10 
900 


i£ 00 
18 00 


30 
86 


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700 
800 


3 
4 


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10 10 
12 00 


21 OO 
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13 10 
15 _ ° ° 


27 O O 

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CIVIL OFFICERS in the State of CON- 
NECTICUT, in the year 1794. 

1216 -978 

His Excellency 

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, Efq. 

Governor, 

Hon. Oliver Wolcott, Efq. 

Lieutenant-Governor. 

Assistants. 
William Williams, Efq. 
Tofeph P. Cook, Efq. 
William Hillhoufe, Efq. 
John Treadwell, Efq. 
James Davenport, Efq. 
Roger Newbury, Efq. 
Heman Swift, Efq; 
John Chandler, Efq. 

Jonathan Ingerfol, Efq. I 

Afher Miller, Efq. 
Thomas Grofvenor, Efq. 
Thomas Seymour, Efq. 

Andrew Kingfbury, Efq. Treafurer. 
George Wyliys, Efq.' Secretary, 
John Porter, Efq. Comptroller ef public ac-\ 

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JUDGES of the Superior Court. 

Hon. Andrew Adams, elq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Jeffe. Root, Elq. j Hon. Bcnj. Huntington, Efq» 

Hon. Jonath. Sturges,Efq. | Hon. Afher Miller, Efq. 
Georse Pitkin, eiq. (of £ aft- Hartford), clerk. 



Civil Officers in the County of Hartford. 

Judges of the County Court. 
Hon. Stephen M. Mitchel, efq. chief judge. 
Hon. John Treadweli, 1 Hon. John Chefter, 
Hon. Thomas Seymour, | Hon. Roger Newbury, efq'rs. 
George Wyllys, Efq. clerk. . 
Juflkes of Peace. 



George Wyllys, 
John Lawrence, 
Noah Webfter, 
Jonathan Bull, 
Samuel Wyllys, 
William Mofely, 
John Trumbull, 
Nathan Haynes Whiting, 
Thomas Y, Seymour, 
Ch3uncey Goodrich, 
William Imlay, 
John Robbins, 
Charles Churchill, 
bamuel W. Williams, 
Henry Allyn, 
Oliver Ell (Worth, 
James Hooker, 
Solomon Grifwolil, 
Alexander Wolcott, jun. 
Hezekiah BiiTelJ, 
Oliver Mather, 
Noadiah Hooker, 
Ichabod Norton, 
William Judd, 
John Mix, 
Daniel Humphry, 
Noah Phelps, 



Dudley Pettibone, 
Reuben Humphry, 
Mofes Cafe, 
Alexander King, 
Gideon Granger, 
Thaddeus Leavitt, 
Amos Granger, "< 
Oliver Phelps, 
Ellphalet Terry, 
John Reynolds, 
Joriah Hale, 
Elizur Hale, 
Jonathan Brace, 
John Curtis, 
Timothy Clark, 
Mark Hanifon, 
Eraftus Wolcott, 
William Wolcott, 
Frederick Ellfvvorth, 
Erartus Wolcott, jun. 
Roftvel Grant, 
George Pitkin, 
Jonathan Wells, 
Elifha Pitkin, 
Afhbel Pitkin, 
Richard Pitkin, 
Timothy Cheney, 



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Pliny Hill^er, 
Andrew Hillyer, 
Jofeph Forward, 
Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
Nathaniel Terry, 
Abiel Grifwold, 
Afahel Hathaway, 
Jofiah Bifldl, and 
Jofeph Bulkley, efq'rs. 



Selah Hart, 

I fa AC Lee, 

Gad Stanley, 

Solomon Dunham, 

Simeon Hart, ~ 

Zebulon Peck, jun. 

Jofeph Byington, 

Afahel Holoomb, 

Ozias Pettibone, 

Judah Holcomb, jun. ! 

John Trumbull, efq. (late attorney, 

Praclifing attomies. John Trumbull, Chauncy Good-j 
rich, Thomas Youngs Seymour, William Mofely, Ephraini 
Root, Noah Webfter, jun. Enoch Perkins, Theodori 
D wight, John Lathrop,Decius Wadfworth,efqVs,//^(/0^ 
John Williams, Thomas Chefter, efqVs, JVethersfield. Wil 
liam Judd, Timothy Pitkin, jun. efq'rs* Farming ton. He 
zekiah Biflell, Alexander Wolcott, efq'rs, Wind/or. Jona 
Brace, efq. Glajienbury, Nathaniel Terry, William Kibbe 
efq'rs, Enfield. Gideon Granger, jun. Hez. Huntington^ 
efq'rs, Sujfield, Benjamin Farnham, William Wiliifton^ 
dq'rs, Symfbury, 

Stephen Chefter, efq. of JVethersfield, rtieriff. 

Deputy -fijeriffs. John Dodd, Simon Clark, Hartford 
Nathan Mtrrow, Eafi Hartford. Simeon Belden, Wetberti 
field. Roger Hooker, Farmington, William RufTell, Sij 
meon Grifwold, Windfor, Nehemiah Chandler, Enfield, 
Jonathan Janes, goahr. 

Town clerks. George Wyllys, efq. Hartford. Samu<" 
William Williams, efq. JVethersfield, Henry Allyn, efq 
Windfor. Frederick Elfworth, efq. Eafi JVindfor, ]o\\ 
Mix, efq. Farmington, Mr. Sylvefter Wells, Berlin. ]oh\ 
Curtifs, efq. Southington. Mr, Jonathan Stanley, Eafi 
Ha t ford. Benjamin Farnham, efq. Sim/bury. AlexAndej 
t^ing, efq. Nuffield. Eiiphalet Terry, efq. Enfield. ]qC\z 
Hale efq. Glajienbury. Mr. Enos Ives, BriftoU Mr. Jul 
iah Holcomb, jun. Granby 

Civil Officers in the County of New-Haven* 

Judges of the County Court. 

Hon. Samuel Biihop, efq. chief judge. 

Jofeph Hopkins, efq. j Gideon Buckingham, e% 

Andrew Ward, efq. j Simeon Briftol, efq. 

William Jofeph Whiting, efq. clerk. 



Jujlices of Peace in New -Haven county. 



Samuel Bifhop, 
David Auftin, 
Timothy Jones, 
Henry Dagget, 
Nehemiah Smith, 
Ephralm Strong, 
Lewis Mallet, jun; 
Stephen Gunn, 
Thomas Clark, 
Eliphalet Hotehkifs, 
John Humphry, 
John Welton, 
Oliver Stanley, 
Eliakim Hali, jun. 
Caleb Cook, 
Samuel Whiting, 
Daniel Hall, 
Simeon Parfons, 
John Burgifs, 
Thomas Burgifs, jun. 
Au^uftus Collins, 
William Starr, 
Elias Graves, 
Jomua Bradley, 
William Jofeph Whiting, 
William Gould, 
Edward RuiTell, 



Ebenezer RuflTcll, 
Jonah Clark, 
Reuben Atwater, 
Samuel Beach, 
John Peck, 
'1 nomas Darling, 
John Dibble, 
David French, 
Jofiah Bradley, 
Simeon Briftcl, 
Bazil Munfon, 
John Hubbard, 
Thomas Mansfield, 
Jofeph Pierpont, 
Jofeph Darling, 
Samuel Davenport, 
Brenton Hall, 
Stephen Ball, 
Webb Tomlinfon, 
Miles M linger, 
Dan Parmele, 
Levi Tomlinfon, 
Joel Blackflee, 

— Woodruff, 

— Mc Cleave, 
Henry HilJ, and 
Jonathan Todd, efqVs. 



Jonathan Ingerfoll, efq. fates attorney. 

Fraclifng attornies. Jona'.han lngerfoll, Pierpont Ed 
wards, James Hillhoufe, Mark Leavenwoith, William 
Hillhoufe, Elizur Goodrich, Dyer White, Simeon Baldwin, 
David Daggett, Rofwell Judfon, efquirers, New -Haven, j 
Oliver Sundley, Samuel Woodruff, efq'rs. Wall'wgford. 
Nathaniel Rcfioter, efq. Guilford. Abraham V. H. 

De Witt, efq Mi/ford. Beach, efq. Derby. John 

Kin^fbury, Uq. Waterbury. I 

Jehu Brainarc, efq. fieriff. 

Deputy -fie, if s. Samuel 1 hachet, Jonas Prentice, Peter 
Woodward, John R.Throop, New-Haven* Aaron Cook, ! 
iVoll.r.f-.rd. Michapl Peck, Milferd. Samuel Johnfbn, jj 
Guilford. Jofeph Peck, goa/cr, 



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'^T-oivn -clerks* Samuel Bifliop, efq. Neiv-H a<uen t: Mr. 

imos Krkins, JVoodbridge. Mr. Jofhua Auftin, Esfl 
Haven. Jofeph Pierpontfefq. Nortb-Ha-ven. Simeon Brif 
:ol, efq. liamden. Mr. Elifha Whittelfey, jun. Wailingford. 
Simeon Parfons, efq. Durham. Thomas Burgifs, efq. 
Guilford. John Humphreys, efq. Darby. Gideon Bucking 
lTam,efq'. M^W,,Rufus.Hitchcock,efq. CheJbire.Mr. Wm. 
Leavenworth, IVater.bury* Edward Kufiel, efq. Branfur^i, 



Civil Officers in the County pf New -London* 

Judges of the County Court. 
Hon. "William Hillhoufe, efq.. chief judge,. 
William Noyes, efq. J Benjamin Coit, efq.. 

Charles Phelps, efq. | Marvin Wait, efq. 

Winthrop Saltonftall, efq. clerk. 
Jujtifesoi Pe&ce. 



Timothy Green, 
Jcfhua Coit, 
Grifwoid Aver/, 
Jofeph Harris > 

Thomas Shaw, 
Jeremiah G. Brain«rd, 
George WilHams, , 
Ehj-.h Backup 
Chriftopber LvflingweH, 
Samuel Tracy, 
ftgftjs Lathrop, 
Samuel L&ffingwell, 
Jonathan Huntington, 
John M. Breed, 
Andrew Tfacy,. 
Benjamin Huotington,ju. 
Andrew Bunting ton, 
Eiifh* Hyde, 
Samuel Motr, 
John Tyler, 
Jeremiah Hal fey, 
Ellas. Br >wn, 
Daniel Morgan, jun* 
John Williams, 
Nathaniel Minor, 
Jonathan Palmer,' jun. 



Wm.Willian3S t -S/o»/^,'o« 
Jofhua Babcock,- 
Elij^h Talmer, 
Jofhua Prentice,, 
Latham Hull, 
Ebenezer Ledyard,, 
Thomas N,, Ntfes, 
Amos Geer, 
Thomas A very, 
Stephen Biilm^s, 
Charles Eldredge, jun. 
Frederick AUyij,. 
Ezra Selden , 
Richard Wait, 
Seth Ely, 
Andrew Grifwo Id, 
Matthew Grifw old, jun. 
David F. SiiU 
John Watrems, 
Daniel Foot, 
A fa Foot, 
D3vid Kilborn, 
Henry Champion, jun. 
Eliphalet Bulkley, 
Nehemiah Waterman,ju. 
Kenjaailn Throop, 



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Ebenezer Hartfliorn, 
Eli Hyde, 
John Perkins, 
Ezra Bimop, 
JohnG. Hillh»ufe, 



Jolhua Raymond, 
Nathan Lord, 
Oliver Crary, 
Nathaniel Lord, 

Waterman, efq'rs. 



Jofhua Coit, efq. ftatt attorney 
Praclijing at fortius, Jofhua C»it, Jeremiah G. Brainerd, 1 
Elias Perkins, efq'rs, New London. Afa Spaulding, jona-i 
'than Frifbie, Eli'ha Hyde, Roger Grifwold, Samuel Hunt-' 
,ington, 3d. William S. Hart, James Lanman, efq'rs, Nor- 
wick. Nathaniel Minor, Thomas Butler, Coddington Bil- 
lings, Stonwgton. Eli/ha Williams, Frederick Allen, efq'rs 
Groton, Jeremiah Half y, Nathan Peters, efq'rs, Preftcn.\ 
1 William To wnfend, Charles Bulkley, Zechafiah Olmfted, 
efq'rs, Colcbefier. Matthew Grifwold, jun. Richard M< 
Curdy, David fewet, Matthew Grifwold, 3d, efqYs,£yw*. >j 
|1 Jomua Huntington, efq. fitr\ff. 

\\ Deputy-ficriffs. William Richards, New-London. Be-" 
I la Peck, Norwich* Elijah Bingham, Lyme. William Wil- 
liams, jun. Stonington. Solomon Scovel, Colcbefter. 
I Gta/ers. £bentzer Douglas, New-London. Seth Miner, 
Norwich. 

I Town- clerks. John Owen, New London. Benjamin 
Huntington, jun. efq. Norwich. David F, Sill, efq Lyme. 
Charles Eldredgcjun. efq. doton. Stephen Avery, 2d. Sto- 
ningtsn. John Watrous, efq. Colcheft.r. Daniel Morgan, 
jun. efq. Preftcn. John Raymond, Montville. Jedidiah. 
Burnhaaa, Llpon. Ebenezer Backus, Boxrah. Eli Hide," 
efq. Franklin. 



Civil Officers in the County of Fabfeld. 

Judges of the County Court* 
Hon. Jofeph Piatt Cook, tfq. chief judge. 
Hen. John Chandler, efq. | Philip Burr Bradley, efq. 
Lemuel Sanford, efq. | Hon. James Davenport,efq. 
David Burr, efq. clerk. 
Jufiices of Peace. 
Daniel Judfon, I Abraham Brinfmade, 
Robert "Walker, I Abijah Stirling, 
Abijah M'Ewen, | Deodate Silliman, 
Daniel Fairchild, I Jofeph Strong, 



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Andrew Rowland, 
Ebenezer Jeflup, 
Ceorge Burr, 
Thaddeus Betts, 
Bliphalet Lockwood, 
Matthew Mead, 
Samuel C. Silliman, 
John M«Kay, 
Benjamin Mead, 
John Benedict, 
Daniel Cooley, 
EH Mygatt, 

Thad. BeneA\€L 9 DaMbury 9 
Thomas Taylor, 
Nehemiah Beardfleyj 
James Potter, 
Jabez Botsford, 
William Edmond, 
Henry Peck, 
Thad. Benedict, Reading, 
Daniel Duncan, 



Reuben Scofield, 
Amos Mead, 
Jabez Fitch, 
Samuel Wakeman, 
EHfha Mills, 
Daniel Bcnnet, 
Jofeph Smith, 
John Sherwood, 
James Clark,' 
Dudley Baldwin, 
Philip Nichols, 
Dan Towner, 
Jabez H. Tomlinfon, 
Andrew L. Hill, 
Job Bartram, 
Ezekiel Wilfon, 
Samuel B. Sherwood, 
David Allen, 
Jofeph Noyes, 
David Baldwin, 
Eleazer Beach, 
Ames Wheeler. 



John Davenport, jun. 
Charles Webb, 

Andrew Rowland, efq. fiate attorney, 
Pra&jfing attornm. Andrew Rowland, Dudley Bald- 
win, Jofeph Noyes, David Burr, Lewis Burr Sturges, efq'rs, 
Tairfitld. Thomas Fitch, Taylor Sherman, efq'rs, Nor- 
walk. Thaddeus Benedict, Samuel S. Smith, efq'rs, Rea- 
ding. John Davenport, Jonas Prentice, efq'rs, Stamford. 
Wm. Edmond, Nehemiah Strong, efq'rs, Newtown. EH- 
(ha Whittelfey, Matthew B. Whittelfey, Ifaac Ives efq'rs, 
D&nlury. William A. Thompfon, William Hawley, efq'rs, 
Greenwich. Jofeph Walker, Samuel W. Johnfon, Willi- 
am P. Beers, efq'rs, Stratford. Ifaac Mills, efq. Hunting- 
ten. Samuel Burr Sherwood, efq. Wefon. 
Elijah Abel, efq.Jberif. 
I Deputy -Jheriffs. David Maltbie, Matthew Reed, Zach 
ariah Lyon, Aaron Morehoufe, Amos ftayt, David Beers, 
j Hezekiah Clark. 

}| Goalers. Jefle Benedict, Frederick J. Whiting 
I Town- clerks.- • David judibn, efq Tairfield. Robert 

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Walker, *fq, Stratford, fcamuei orBmmond, Norxtalk. 
John Hayt, jun. Stamford. Jabez Fitch, efq. Greemvicb.^ 
feenjamin Smith, Ridg field.' {Major Tay\or 9 hant>ury. A- 
roos Hubbell, Neu)-Fairfie/d. Caleb Baldwin, efq. JWiv- 
town. Lemu^Sanford^fq.^tf^/ffg'. Nathan Wheeler, 
tyefton. Elifha Mills, Huntington, Elijah. Starr, jan. 
Arookfield, 

Civil Officers in the County of Windham. 

yudges of the County Court. 

Hon. William Williams, efq. chief jo,dg^> 

Ebenezer Devotion, efq. I Hon. Thomas Gtofvenor.efq ] 

Conftant South worth,efq. | Jaroes^ Gordon, ;efq 

Samuel Gray, efq. clerk. 

Jujiices of Peace. 



Hezekiah Manning, 


Nathaniel -Marcey, 


Hezekiah Ripley, 


Benjamin .Sumner, 


Timothy Larrabee, 


Benjamin Clark, 


Samuel Gray, 


Ifaac Perkins, 


Zephaniah Swift, 


Simeon Smith, 


Jonathan Trumbull, 


Sampfon Howe, 


John Clark,- 


Jafon Phips, 


James Pioeo, 


Thomas Dyke, 


Elkanah Tifdale, 


Jofeph Baker, 


Peleg Thomas, 


Ebenezer. Mafeley, 


Jeremiah Mafon, 


Ifaac Bennett, 


EHflia Perkins, 


Jofeph Scarborough, 


William Dickfon, 


Eliafhib Adams, 


Andrew Backus, 


EleazarMorTatt, 


John Douglafs, 


James Denifon, 


Jofhua Dunlap, 


Daniel Tilden, 


Sherebiah Butt, 


John Gafton, 


Daniel Froft, 


Mofes Cleveland, 


Allen Campbell, 


Jabez Clark, 


Jofoph Wylie, 


John M'Clellan, 


John Williams, 


Anthony Bradford, 


John Salter, 


Thaddeus Learned, 


Experience Storrs, 


Benjamin Dow, 


Samuel Thompfon, 


Elifha Payne, 


Jefle Williamf, 


Lemuel Infolds, 


Elifha Childs, 


Nehemiah Child, 


Tedidiah Morfe, 


I/tftber- Payne. 



Timothy L-arrabee, efq. fiate attumey. 

Praflifing auom'us. Timothy Larrabee, Jabcz C larky 
[Zephanlah Swift, Lebbeus Larrabee, Samuel Perkins, I 
efqYs, Windham. f;ii(ha Paine, Mofes Cleveland, efq'rs,j 
[ '.Canterbury. William Dickfon, Calvin 'Goddard, efq'rs,' 
\piainfield. John Parifh, efq. Brooklyn. Sylvanus Backus, 
lefq. Pomfr»t. John M'Ciellan, efq. JPoodJlock. Ebenezer] 
iDutton, jun. efq. Lebanon. 

Shubael Abbe, efq. jberiff. 

Deputy -Jberififs. Henry Webb, Phineas Abbe, Windham. 
(Lemuel Dorrance, Vofar.to*wn. EleazerConant, Mansfield. 
[Jofeph Burnham, Jlfhford. . Holmes, Wood/lock* 

j Walter Hough, Canterbury. * 

Phineas Ahbe, goalcr. 

Town clerks. Hezekiah Ripley, efq. Windham. Willi- 
am Williams, efq. Lebanon. Conftant Southworth, efq J 
Mansfield. Joflas Boyles, AJbfiord. Jedidiah Morfe, efq 
Worfiock. Lemuel Waldo, Pomfiret, Jofeph Baker, efqJ 
Brooklyn. Jacob DrefTer, Thompfon. Sampfon Hcwe, efq.j 
Killingly. Benjamin Dow, efq. Voluntotvn. William Ro-< 
fchifon, P'aihfield. No return, Canterbury. Thomas 
Sfedman, Hampton, i 



Civil Officers in the county of Litchfield. 

Judge: of the County Court 

Hon. Jomua Porter, efq. chief judge. 

Hon. Heman Swift, efq. I Nathan Hale, efq, 

Hon. Aaron Auftin, efq, | David Smith, efq. 

Frederick Wolcott, efq. clerk. 

Jufiicez of peace. 



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Jofhua Porter, 


Daniel Event, 


Tapping Reeve, 


Jethro Hatch, 


Daniel Sherman, 


Jedidiah Kuhbel, 


ItAHC Baldwin, 


Daniel Grifwold, 


Reuben Smith, 


David Downs, 


Abraham Bradley, 


Ifaac Parde, 


James Morrifs, 


Lott Norton, 


David Hurd, 


Daniel Potter, 


He2ekiah Thompfon, 


Shubael Gri: wold, 


Benjamin Hinman, 


Daniel Catlin, jun. 


Sherman Boardrnan, * 


Mark Prindle, 



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Epaphras Sheldon, | Eliphaz, Alverd, 

Adonijah Strong, Elijah Rockwell, . 

Charles Burrall, Jofeph Wilder, 

Samuel Forbes, Eleazer Enfign, 

Giles Pettibone, Uriel Holmes., 

Dudley Humphry, Elifha Smith, 

Samuel Nafh, Samuel Lee, 

Afaph Hall, . Nathaniel Swift:, 

Elirfia .Sill, Auguftin Taylor, 

Jwdah KtHogg, Eli Curtifs, 

John Pierce, Adino Hale, 

Edward Rogers, Jofiah Starr, 

Juftus Sacket, Ebenezer Moody, 

Daniel N. Brinfmade, Juftus Johnfon, 

John Whittdfey, Uriah Tracy, 

Oliver Parmele, John Welch, 

David Ambler, 1 John Ellior, 

Thomas Fenn, Curtifs Hurd, efqVs. 

Seth Smith, 

Tapping Reeve, efq. ftatt attorney. 
Vra&ifing attomits. Tapping Reeve, Ifaac Baldwin, 
; jun. Ephraim Kirby, Uriah Tracy, John Allen, Frederick 
■ Wokott, Daniel Lewis, efq'rs. Vitchfied. Eli Curtifs, efq.* 
[Watertcwn. James Thompfon, Nathan Prefton, Na-j 
jthaniel' Smith, efq'rs, Woodbury. Edward Hinman, Benj. 
[Stiles, jun. Simeon Hinman, efq'rs, Southbury. Daniel 
m. Brinfmade, William Cogfwell, efq'rs, JVa/bington. 
[Daniel Everett, Samuel Boftwick, Nicholas S. Matters, 
'Philo Ruggles, efq'rs, Neiu-Milf.rd. Jonathan E. Par- 
mele, efq. K nt. Judfon Canfield, John C. Smith, efq'rs,! 
\Sbaron. Adonijah Strong, Jofeph Canfield, Elifha Sterling, 1 
jjefq'rs, SaUJbury. John Elmore, Rufus Stanley, efq'rs,' 
.Canaan. ' Dudley Humphreys, Edmund' Akens, Auguftus 
jPcttibone, efq'rs. iW/y*. Uriel Holmes, efq, N. Hartford. 

Ly r d e L ord , efq . p trig* 
1 Qrputy-Jkeriffs. Alexander Cat! n,'Lynde Lord, jun'f. 
h'tcbjldd. Amos Chirk, Bsthlem. David Whitteifey, 
fPaJbingtov. Samuel Comftock, jun. New Mi I ford. James' 
Jo'mfon, Sal'frwy. Giles Pettibone, jun. Norfolk. 
Elijah Wadfworth, goalcr. 
T.ivK-clcrlt. Mofes Seymour, Li/i -Ife 'd. Jofeph Wright,' 

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Watertoivn. Mofes Hawfcj, EetbLm. Nathan 1'reiton, 
JVoodbury. Increafe Mofeley, efq. Southbury. Daniel N. 
v Brinfmade, efq. Wajbington. El : ft\a Bcftwick, Nenu ■ 
Mil ford. Jedidiah Hubbel, efq. Kent. Samuel Canfr id, 
efq. Sharon. Judali Kellogg, efq. Cornwall. Afa Hutch- 
infon, Salijhury. Benajah Douglafs, Canaan. Dudley 
Humphreys, efq. Norfolk, jofeph Rockwell, Co'ebrock. 
Arfino H.ile, Go/hen. Epaphras Sheldon, efq Tornngton, 
Eliphaz Allvord, efq. iVincheflcr. Gerfhom Ht-lmes, War* 
ren. Uriel Holmes, Hart/and. Ifrael Jones, Bark- 
bempftedy Jofeph Loomis, New Hartford. Daniel Ca.iin, 
jun. efq. Uarwinion. 

Civil Officers in the county of Midnlejex. 

Judges of the County Court. 

Hon. William Hart, efq. chief judge. 

John Dickinfon, efq. 1 Ebenezer White, efq. 

kezekiah Brainard, efq. | Hezckiah LanS, efq. 

Stephen Titus Hofmer, efq. clerk. 



Juftices 
William Hart, 
Matihtw Talcott, 
Philip Mortimer, 
Elijah. T red way > 
Comfort Sage, 
Ifaac filler, 
Aflier Millet, 
Elijak Hubbard, 
Jofeph Biooks, 
Nehemiah Brainard, 
Cornelius Higgins, 
Ezra Brainard, 
Timothy Starkey, 
Jedidiah Chapman^ 
Samuel Tulley, 
Gearge Eliot, 
Job Wright, 
Abraham Pierfow, 
Martin Lord, 
Jabtz Chapman, 
Timothy Gates, 



of Peace. 

Ifrael Spencer, 
John Perceval, 
David Sage, 
John Clark, 
Jonathan Ptnfield, 
Samuei W. Dan^;, 
William Morgan, 
Ifaac Spencer, jon* 
Benjamin Williams, 
Amos Church. II, 
Ifaac find ley, 
Thomas Siliiman, 
Bryaa Parmele, 
H^zekiah Goodrich, 
Jonathan Ogdtn Tviofeley. 
Jonathan Lay, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
Chancey Bulkley, 
John Harf, 
James Bill, 
BczaleeJ Briftol, efquifes. 



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No appointment ot fiate attorney, 
Praclifing attomies. Samuel W. Dana, Ezekiel Wood- 
ruff, Stephen T* Hofmer, Matthew T. RufTell,' Enochs 
Huntington, efq'rs, tyUddletown. Jonathan O. Mofeley, 
Daniel Chapman, Jared Spencer, Daniel Lyon, efqVs, Eaft- 
Haddam. David Wright, efq. KiilingivGrtb. Jofeph Back- 
us, efq. Say-Brook. 

Enoch Parfons, Jherijf. 
Deputy -fieriffs. William Gelfto^Eaft-Haddam. Wm, 
Smith, Haddam. Daniel Shepherd, j on. Chatham* Dan- 
forth Clark, Say-bro&k. 

r , $ William Redfield, Middletoivn, 

uoaiers. ^ WiUiam Smith> Had dam. 

Tozvn. clerks. Mr. Bezaleel Fiflc, MiddUionvn. Jona- 
than PenSeld, efq. Chatham. Nehemiah Brainard, efq. 
Haddam, Timothy Gates, ef*}. Eaft-Haddam. Samuel 
Tu!Jy, efq. Say-brook, Abraham Picrfon, efq. Killing- 

iv&rtb. 



Civil Officers in the county cf 'Tolland. 

Judges of the county court. 

Hon. Samuel Gilbert, efq. chief judge. 

Jeremiah Ripley, efq. | John Phelps, efq. 

Rsuben Sikes, efq. | Jeremiah Weft, efq, 

Ephraim Grant, jun. efq. clerk. 

Jujlkes of Peace. 



Samuel Gilbert, 
Samuel Chapman, 
Jeremiah Weft, 
Samuel Carver, 
Ichabod .Warner, 
Elijah White, 
Abraham Burna?, 
Ephraim Kingibury, 
Daniel Elfworth, 
Matthew Hyde> 
Elijah Kellogg, 
Elil'U Marvin, 
Benjamin Bueil, 



Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Timothy Dutton, 
Thomas Pitkin, 
Ifaae Pinney, 
-Ifaac Foot, 
Jetie Cady, 
Solomon Wales, 
John SeiTions, 
Samuel Dun ton, 
Elijah Johnfon, 
Benajah Strong, 
Oliver King, 
Samuel Whitteifeyjefq'rs. 



Sylvefter Gilbert, efq. flat* attorney 
PraSJifng attcrnies. Sylvefter Gilbert, Leonard E. La- 



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hrop, Thompfon Peters, eiq'rs, Hebron. Samuel Whit- 
telfey, Jonathan Barnes, William Cobb, efqYs, Tolland. 
t Elijah Chapman, jun. efq. Jherff. 
Deputy /her if s. Eber Robinfon,To//W. John Gilbert, 
Hebron. Jefie Convers, Stafford, 

Ebenezer Spencer, goaler. 
Town-clerks. Mr. Benoni Shepherd, Tolland. Mr. Johnj 
Hale, Coventry. Sylvefter Gilbert, efq. Hebron. Saul 
Alvard,iefq. Bolton. Matthew Hyde, efq. Ellington. Mr, 
Zerah Kibbe, Sorters. Mr. Samuei Blodget, Stafford. 
Mr. Elijah Holt, Wellington. Mr.' Robert Lawfon, Union. 



C Jonathan Bull, efq. judge, 
I Mr. James Wells, clerk. 



Courts of Probate in the State of ConneHicut. 

Diftricl of* 

Hartford, 

v i John Tread well, efq. judge, 

T*rmm g m, ^ Mmin ^^ £fa 

5 Noah Phelps, efq. judge, 
I Mr. Amherrt Phrlpc, clerk.^ 
Eraftus Wolcott, jun. efq. judge, 
Mr. Arodi Wolcott, clerk. 



Sim/bury, 
Eaft-W 



'dfcr, • 



» 7 TT C Samuel Biihop, efq. judge, 

New-haven. < , r , , x/ „;' • r i i- 

ijofeph W. Whiting, efq. clerk. 

5 [ofeph Hopkins, efq. judge, 

it- 



Waterbu 



J \ \ Mr. JefTe Hopkins, clerk. 



Walling ford, 

Guilford) 
New -London , 
Norwich, 
Stonington, 
Fairfield, 
Stamford, 
Danbury, 



J Oliver Stanley, efq. judge s 

J Mr. Hun Munfon, clerk. 

C Edward RurTel, efq. judge, 

I Col. John Eliot, cierk. 

J William Hillhoufe, efq. judge, 

/ Jefhua Coit, efq. clerk, 

C Andrew Huntington, efq. judge, 

jMr. Zachariah Huntington, cleik, 

K Charles Phelps, efq. judge, 

I iMr. John Denifon, 3d. clerk. 

K Andrew Rowland, efq. judge, 

l Mr. Samuel Rowland, clerk. 

{ John Davenport, jun. efq. judge. 

I James Davenport, efq. clerk. 

C Jofeph Piatt Cook, efq. judge, 

I Mr. Jofeph Piatt Cook, jun. clerk, 

Bz 



y ' J Mr. Jofeph Walker, clerk. 

Windham, } W*™ ^ M ^ efq ' j , Ud f ' 
' I Mr, Thomas Williams, clerk. 

P f $ Thomas Grofvenor, efq. judge, 

J re ' J Mr. Lemuel Grofvenor, clerk, 

ru&njuu, \ j ohn D ^f' ef< *- J u fg e j 

c James Gordon, efq. clerk. 

Ihchfold i Hon - ° liver Wol cott, efq. judge, 
^ttczjieia, ^ M ^ Frederkk Wolc ott, clerk. 

m«™. . 5 ft* 1 !? Po T 9 p q \ juds , e \ 

/ Mr. Auguftus Porter, clerk. 

New-Milford, I ^"'t^TV^' ^ 1 * 
^ ' I Mr. Nicholas S. Matters, clerk. 

Wocdbun \ DanieI Shern3an > ef< l- 3 ud 8 e > 

-" { Mr. Daniel Sherman, jun. clerk. 

Norfolk' ' * Giles Pettibone, efq. judge, 
^ ' J Mr. Dudley Humphrey, clerk. 

MUdiawn, Ll? hn n Dickin 1 fo "' / , efq - 1 j '; dse ' 

9 I Mr. Bezaleel Fift, clerk. 

nafl-Haddam, % «»c Spencer, efq. judge, 
- / ' t Mr. Jared Spencer, clerk. 

c „ , { Hezekiah Lane, efq. judge, 
Say-Brook* l A/t ta t i • 

•^ * ( Mr. Dan Lane, clerk. 

ItaVcrA ( J° hn Phel P S » eft l- 3^ ld « e » 

*ttyora, j Mn Howard Mouhon, -clerk. 
»t , (Samuel Gilbert, efq. jueige, 

uaror., (S ylvefter Gilbert, efq. cl erk. 

ROLL of the Koufe of Representatives, 
October Session, 1793. 

!TJTartforp, Meifrs. Jona. Bull, Chauncey Goodrich, 
jiJlJl Bvtftdy Mr. Zebulon Peck. 

Berlin , Meifrs. Gad Stanley, Selah Hart. 

EnfieiiU 'MefTVs. Eliphalet Terry, John K.eynolds. 

Ea/i- Hartford, Mcllrs. Elifha Pitkin, Jonathan Welles. 

Farmington, MefTrs- Noadiah Hooker William Judd. 

Glafter.Lury y Meffrs. Ifaac Welles, Jofeph Mofeley. 

Granby, Mr. Pliny Hillyer. 
I Sim/bury, Meflrs. Daniel Humphry, Noah Phelps. 
/ Xt/Jfield, Me firs. Samuel Hate, Gideon Granger junr. 
} Soutbingtor., MefTrs. .Timorhy Clat k, A fa Barna. 



JVe'thcnfield, Meffrs. Roger Welles, Ezekiel P. Belden. 

Windfory Meffrs. Oliver Mather, Hezekiah Biffel. 

EaJi-JVindfory Meffrs. Frederick Elfworth, Samuel Treat. 

New-Haven y Meffrs. David Daggett, William Hillhoufe. 

Branfordy Meffrs. Edward Ruffel, William Gould, 

Chejbirey Meffrs. Andrew Hull, Andre* Hull, junr. 

Derby y Meffrs. Heman Stone, Thomas Clark. 

Durham, Meffrs. Simeon Parfons, Dan Parmete. 

Eaji-Haveny Mr. Samuel Davenport. 

Hamden, Mr. Simeon Briftol. 

Guilford, Meffrs. Andrew Ward, John Elliot. 

Milf$rd, Meffrs. Charles Pond, Ab'm Van Horn De Witt 

North- Haven, Mr. Joel Blakfley. 

Willingford* Meffrs. John M'Cleave, Dan Collins. 

Waterbury, Meffrs. Jofeph Hopkins-, John Wdtorf. 

Wosdbridge, Meffrs. Samuel Ofborn, David French* 

New -London , Meffrs. Jofkua Colt, cbofen Speaker. 

Guy Richards. 
Bozrab, Mr. William Throop. 
Cole be fier, Meffrs. John Imam , John R, Watrous. 
Franklin , Mr. Thomas Hyde. 
Grotony : Meffrs Simeon Smith, Nathan Gallup* 
Lyme, Meffrs. Lemuel Lee, Ifrael- Reeve. 
Lijbon, Mr. Samuel Lovett. 
Mont<v\He, Mr. Jofhua Raymond, 
Norwich, Meffrs. Joftph Williams, EliiHa Hyde. 
Prcfton, Meffrs. Ifaac Avery, Wheeler Coit. 
Stonlngton, Meffrs. Latham Hu 1, Daniel Denifon. 

1 Fairfield y Meffrs. Elijah Abel, David Burr. 

Brookfieldy Mr. Benjamin Boftwick. 

Danbury, Meffrs. Eli Mygatt, Juftus Barnum. 

Greenivicby Meffrs. Amos Mead, Jabez Fitch. 

Huntington, Meffrs. Elihu Curtifs, D^vid Judfon. 

Norivalk'y Meffrs. Thomas Belden, Samuel Comftock. 

New -Fairfield, Meffrs. James Potter, Nthemiah Beardiley.j 

Newtown, Meffs. John Beach, William Edmund. 
^Reading, Meffrs. Hezekiah Sanford, Simeon Munger. 

Stamford, Meffrs. John Davenport, Benjamin Scotield. 

\Ridgefield, Meffrs. Jomua King, David Olmffed. 

;' St raff jr d ; Meffrs. Jabez H.Tomlinfon, Jeremiah Beardfley. ' 



IV'indbam, Meffrs. Zephaniah Swift, cbofen Clerk, 

Eliphalet Dyer. 
Ajhford, Meffrs. Efeck Saunders, J&fon Woodward.. 
Brooklyn, Mr. James Eldridge. 
Canterbury, Meffrs. Daniel Froft, Stephen Butts. 
Hampton, Mr. Thomas Stedman. 
Killingly, Meflrs. Elezer Moffet, Ifaac Kutchins. 
Lebanon, Meffrs. Elkanah Tifdale, Ebenezer Bufhnell. 
IMansfield, Meffrs. Benjamin Storrs, Jeffe Williams. 
[Plainfield, Meffrs. Jonathan Hammet, William Pierce. 
\Pomfret, Meffrs. Ebenezer Kinglbury, John Trowbridge 
■Thomfon, Mr. Ifrael Smith. 
Volentoivn, Meflrs. David Gallup, Samuel Kinnie. 
MVoodJiock, Meffrs. John McClellan, John Fox.. 

Litchfield, Meff. Bezaleel Beebe, John Allen. 
\Bethlehem, Mr. David Ambler. 
Canaan, MefT. John Watfon, Nathan Hale. 
Cornwall, Meff. Samuel Wadfworth, Trial Tanner. 
Gofpen, MeiT. Adino Hale, Samuel Hopkins. 
! Eartiand, MeiT. Uriel Holmes, Eleazer Enngn. 
j Harrington, Meff. Daniel Catlin, Jofiah Phelps. 
\\ New -Hart ford, Meff. Aaron Auftin, Seth Spencer. 
j Norfolk, Meff. Giles Pettibone, Afahel Humphrey. 
[Southbury, Mr. Increafe Mofely. 
!j Sharon, Meff. David Downs, Samuel Canheld. 
< Sa!;Jbury, Meff. Hezekiah Filch, Adonijah Strong. 
Wajhwgton, Meff. Danie'lN. Brinfmade, David Whittelfey. 
\W\ncbefter, Mr. Seth Hills. 
\VVarren, Mr. John Taimage. 

\Woodbury, Meff. Nathan Pretfon, Nathaniel Smith. 
\Watertown, Meff. Thomas Fenn, Jofeph A. Wright. 
VTorrington, Meff. Elifha Smith, Shubael Grifwold. 
[MiddJetotvn, Meff. Elijah Hubbard, 

Samuel W. Dana, cbofen Clerk* 
Chatham, Meff. Hezkiah Goodrich, Timothy Rogers. 
Eafi-Haddam, Meff. Epaph. Champion. Eliphalet Holmes 
Haddam, Meff. Cornelius Higgins, Ezra Brainard, . 
Ktliingivortb, Meff. Joftph Wilcox, Abraham Pierfon. 
Saybrock, Mtff. William Hart, Jonathan Lay. 
Tolland, Meff. Jeremiah Weft, Daniel Edgerton. 
i?0//0tf,Meff. Elijah White, Samuel Carver. 



J„*lJ. 



,*M— ._ _ 

Coventry , MeflT. John Hale, Elcazer Pomeroy. 

Ellington, Mr, Matthew Hyde. 

Hebron, Me(T. Samuel Gilbert, Sylvefter Gilbert. 

Somen, MeflT. Reuben Sykes, Abiel Peafe, 

Union, Mr. Samuel Crawford. 

JVilllngton, Meff. Miner Grant, Samuel Dunton. 

Nomination for Afliftems in May J794, as returned to 
the General Affembly, at their feffion in October 1793 

His Excellency Samuel Huntington^ Efq* 
Honorable Oliver Wolcott, Efq. 



1 William Williams, 
J Jofeph P. Cook, 
'William Hillhoufe, 
John Treadwell, 
James Davenport, 
Roger Newbury, 
Heman Swift, 
John Chandler, 
(Jonathan Ingerfoll, 
I Votes 

Nathaniel Smith, 
jHezekiah Bitfel, 
Marvin Wait, 
Eiiphalet Dyer, 
David Smith, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
John Allen, 
Jonathan iBrace, 
Samuel Gilbert, 
John Trumbull, 
Ebenezer Devotion 
James Gordon, 
John Davenport, 
William Hart, 
Jofeph Hopkjns, 
Conftant Southworth, 
Jofeph Williams, 
Mofes Cleveland, 



6 

564 
560 
544 
53o 
5°3 

476 
3^7 
355 
3'5 
293 

271 
268 



Thomas Grofvenor, 
Thomas Seymour, 
Aaron Auftin, 
Jofhua Co it, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
William Edmonds, 
James Wadfworth, 
ChauncyGoodrich, eft^s 
Votes. 
Nathan Hale 232 

Dudley Baldwin, 230 

Elijah Hubbard, 211 ; 

Stephen Mix Mitchell, 208 
Andrew Rowland, 191 

Charles Chauncey, j%% 

Jeremiah Ripley, J87 

Simeon Brifiol, 181 

David Daggett, 178 

Noah Phelps, 167 

Stephen T. Hofmer, 163 
Jeremiah G.Brainard, 163 
Tapping Reeve, 159 

Elima Hyde, 154 

26iiHezekiah Ripley 130 

262jDamel Humphry, 127 

25 3 [Jeremiah Weft, 115 

2481 William Judd, 109 

234lAbram Pierfon, 106 



( 



22 



J 



The Freeman's Oath. { 

YOU A. B. being by the Providence of God,' 
art Inhabitant of this State of Conrieclitut^ 
and now to be made Free of the fame, do fwear 
by the Name of the Everliving GOD, that you; 
»will be true and faithful to faid State, and the 
.Conftitution and Government thereof, as a free 
and independent State, and whenfoever you fhall 
be called to give your Vote or Suffrage touch- 
:ing any Matter which concerns this State, you 
fhall give it as in your Conference you mall judge 
will conduce to the heft Good of the fame, with- 
out refpect of Perfons or favor of any Man. 

So hdp J yoic GOD. 

COLLECTORS of State Taxes, in Conne&kut, chfcn Dec.j 
1792, to cdUft the Tmces ojfcjjtd in 1793. 

Eafl-llartford, Ruffel Cone,' 
Ellington, jofeph Abbott, ju« 
E Haven, Philemon Augor, 
' Br-fhl, Jacob Bartholomew, Fairfield, Nathan Betrs 3'\ 
■Berlin, Matthew Harr,}un. 
<Box>rah, Ebenezer Whiting, 
Wrooklin, Peter Pike, 
\Bet.hU.m, Amos Chrk, 
\BnjokfitlcJ, Samutl Ruggles, 

Coventry, "Elias Palmer, 
^Canterbury, No Return, 
\Canaan, John Truman, 
^Chatham, Ti 110th y Rogers, 
\Ceprwali 9 Solo. Emmon*, 

Colchfie-, Roger Ta'nter, 

Ch fire, Selden Spencer, 

Durham, J. N. Wadfworth, 
tDanbury, Juftus Barnum, 
iDerby, Daniel Davis, 
\E.H iddam, John Arnold, ju. 
■| .F.&ft W'mdfor, Sele&men, 
"Enfitldy Mofes Allen, 



Afford, Benjamin Palmer, 
xBohon, Jonathan Colton, 
\Branford, Ephraim Pari'di, 



Farmlngtcn, Eze. Cowles., ju . 
Franklin Eb. Hartfnorn, jj. 
Greenivl-chy Andrew Mead, 1 
Grotcn, Rufu's Smith, 
GlajUnbury, John Hale, ' 
Guilford, "William Hubbard, 
G-fjen, Jonathan Kiue'll, 
Granhy, Daniel Holcomb, 
Hertford, Nnhaniel Skinner, 
Ihhron, John Gilbert, jim. 
Haddam, Thomas Chic h, 
HasiviHton, Chrifto. Johnfcn, 
\Hartland, Marr'.n Smith, 
Hamden, Encw Bradley, 
Hampton, Thomas Grow. ju. 
Huntington, Stephen Babbit, 
KUlingfy, Jofeph Dexter, 
Ks*t t Peter Comftalk, 



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Colleclors of taxes— continued. 



JCillingw ortb , G eo . E i 1 i o t , j u 
Lebanon, RoO. ell Sternes, 
Litchfield, Samuel Seymour, 
Lyme, Jofeph Neves, 
Lifbon, John Fitch, 
A//7/or^,Thaddens Nottleton, 
Middletown, Nathan Strong, 
'.Mansfield^ Amafa Storrs, 
Monttiille, Atwejl Chgppel, 
New- Haven, Chr\ft\. Hanfon, 
North- Haven , Lyman Todd, 
N.Milford, S. Comftalk,ju. 
N. Hartford ,'Mbf. Douglafs, 
New -London ,Step. Maynard, 
Norwich, Shubael Breed, 
Norwcrlk, Thomas Keeler, 
New- Fairfield, No Return, 
'Newtown, Clark Baldwin, 
Norfolk, Darius Phelps, 
'Plainfield, Phineas Pierce, 
Prefion, James Lord, 
Pomfret, Ephra. Jngalh, jun. 
; Reading, Aaron Morehoufe, 
f Ridgfcld, Samuel Stibbins, 



Stoningtcn, Benad. Williams, 

Symfbury, Azariah Wilcox, 
*Sujfield, Abner Granger, 

k Sad/bury, T. Chittenden, ]u\jVtfion, David Odell 
ioo towns which pay taxes. 



Stratford, John Thompfon, 
Stafford, Nathan Warn burn, 
Say brook. Ah Waterhoufe,2d.' 
Stanford, John Hoy t, jun. 
Sharon, Paul Smith, 
Somers, Solomon L. Fuller, 
Soutbingtcn, Lucas Curtifs, 
Soutbbtry, Bartim. Fabregue, 
Tolland, Edward Dimock, 
Torrington, Eben. Lyman, 
y'bompfon, Simon Davis, 
Union, Fdward Fofttr, 
Voluntcwn, Thomas Gordon, 
Wethersfield, John Francis, 
Windharn, Jomua Maxwell, | 
Waterbury\ Ebenezer Porter, 
Wallir.gfordy Jer. C arrington, 
Windjor, George Wolcott, 
Wood flock* Leonard Mafon, 
Wilhr.gtok, Elijah Fenton, 
Woodbury, Garwood H Cun- 
ningham 
W r afiingtcn, James Stoddard, 
WatertQwn, Jared Karrifon, 
Winchefier, Benoni Biuntbn, 
Woodbridge, Med. Hotchkifs, 
\Warren, Nathaniel Spooner, 



NOTARIES PUBLIC, 
In Hartford, Enoch Perkins, Noah Wehfter, jun. efq'rs. 

New Haven, Elizur Goodrich, efq. 

New London, Jofbua Coit, efq. 

Norwich, Samuel Huntington, 3d. ety 

Fairfield, Lewis B." Sturt^s, efq. 

Middlet own, Matthew T. Ruficll, efq. 

Prcfton, Samuel Mott, efq. 
I Woodftock, Jedidiah Morfe, efq, 

Plainfield, Calvin Goddard, efq. 

" 8E* *"* ' .1 .,„ | *" >^ * ^^ ' nf . ,. »« ...T. W ..^. 



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Officers of the Cincinnati, in the State of Con. 
ne&icut. 
Gen. Ebenezer Huntington, President, 
Col. Benjamin Tallmadge, Vice- President, 
Capt. Ephraim Kirby, Secretary. 
Henry Dagget, junr. Afiiftant Secretary. 
Nathan Beers, Efq. Treafurer, 
Maj. Jofeph Wilcox, Alftftant Treafurer. 



Incorporated Cities, 

New Haven. - ' 
Samuel Buhop, efq. mayor, j 
Aldermen, 
David Auftin, efq. * Henry Daggett, efq. 

Timothy Jones, efq. | Elizur Goodrich, efq. 
Peter Woodward, ) ^ .~ 
John R. Throop, ) merlffs - 
William Jofeph Whiting, clerk. 

J^few -London, 
Hon. Richard Law, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Marvin Wait, efq. j Edward Hallam, efq. 

Winthrop Saltonftall, efq. | Thomas Shaw, efq. 
Lyman Law, clerk of city court. 
Common council men. 
MefiiYs Guy Richard*, Simon Wolcott, Samuel Wheat, 
Jonathan Starr, jun, George CpU'ax, Nicol Fofdick; 
Willi..* , RU*arfc, ) ft ff 

Jo.hua Hempnen, ) 

John Owi?n, city clerk. 
'their annual meeting the fecond Monday in June, 

Hartford, 

Hon. Thomas Seyrrour, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Samuel Wyllys, efq. j Barnabas Deane, efq. 

Jonathan Bulf, efq. | John Trumbull, efq. 

William Adams, efq. clerk. 



( »5 ) 

James Welles, ) ^.^ 
Simon Clark, 
Their annual meeting the loft Monday in March* 

Midd/eto*svn. • 

Hen. Afher Miller, mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Elijah Hubbard, efq. Chauncy WhittelTey, efq. 

George Phillips, efq. Samuel W. Dana, efq. 

Samuel Canfield, ) - ,~ 
Nathan Strong, ) ,nenRS * 
William Brown, efq. clerk. 
Their annua/ meeting the third Monday in January* 



V Ncrioich. 

Hen. Benjamin Huntington, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 

•Elifha Hyde, tfq. Chriftopher Leffing well, efq. 

Ebenezer Bill, efq. | Roger Grifwold, efq. 
Benjamin Tracy, ) y_ 3ff 
Shubael Breed, J Vnemts. 

Benjamin Huntingtbn, jun. efq. clerk. 
■ (Their annual meeting the firJITuefday in July,) 

UN 10 N B ANK in N e w-Lo k d o n. 

Jedidiah Huntington, Efq. Prefident. 
Directors, 



Goy Richards, 
Jofeph "Williams, 
Samuel Wheat, 
Jofeph Perkins, 
Jofhua Coit, 
Chriftopher Leffingwell. 



M^fiVrs Jcdidiah Huntington, 
Marvin Wait, 
Jofeph Howland, 
William Stewart, 
Daniel L. Coit, 
Edward HaUam, 
Samuel Woodbridge, 

John HaJIam, Cajhier 
(Jjirc&o** thofen annually by the ftockholders, on the firft 
Thurjday In June.) 

RULES tc he chfit^ved at the BANK h New- London. 

THE Office is open from 10 to it o'clock in the mor« 
ing, and from 2 to 4 in the aftetnoon. 
Notes for Difcount are received in the morning of Tuef- 



days and Fridays, and the money paid in the afternoon of 
the fame days. 

Payments at the Bank-muA be examined at the Tune, as 
no deficiency fuggefted afterwards can be admitted. The 
funded debt of the United States, national bank ftock, and 
ftock of the Union Bank in New-Londop, will he received 
iwftead of other fecurity, under the regulation prefcribed at 
the Bank. 

Money, due on bills or notes, left with the Bank for col- i 
leclloj., will be collected free of expence, except in cafe of 
Proteft or Suit, when the charge of proteit, and necefinry 
expences of fuit,jmuft be borne by the perfon lodging the 
bill or note. 

FORM of a Note negociable at the BANK. 
Dollars. 

after date I for 

'value received, prctmfe to pay of 

or ordtr, at the Union Bank in New-Lcridcn. 
Witneffes. 
The Note muft be-endorfed hy the perfon in whofe favor 
it is drawn. 

No notice will be gwen from the Bank. when notes are 5 
dae. ! ^,„ . 

Ha r t f o r d B a n k. 
Jf»s Cal uvv.ll, dq. Preiident. 
D i j* e c t o r s. 
iVJenTr? Jere. Wadfworth, Timothy Burr, 

John Caiawell, James Watfon, 

John Morgan, Caleb Bull, 

€eorge Phillips, Ephraim Root. 

Barnabas Deane, ! 

Hezekiah Merrill, Copier. 
R ULES to be objtrved at Hartforp Bank. 
^/HFVHE Bank to be opened every day in the year, txeep: 
I J[ Sundays, pubtfc Fafts, Thanki'givings, Chriftm :->$., | 
and the Fq.uuh of July, from the hour of 9 o'clock till 11 
o'clock m the morning, and from 2, o'clock to 5 in the af- 
ternoon, Saturday afternoon excepted. | 
Notes prefen&cl for difcount will be received during the * 
hours of bufinefe on Monday and Thurfday in each week, l 
and, if accepted, the money will be paid on the following 4 

day - . . i 



I ^7 ) - 

UjuMii w— i rum rn»i—»i»i« K»^» nw r; x*r*v x.iu ' '■-■ m » w. i M iwi<wBawnwBaawwww«Owt^ 

Payment* macie at the Bank, are never fubject to revili- 
ns — errors (if any) mull be difccveied beiors the money 
'is takt-n.ofT the Cc unter. 

1 In order to obtain difcount, a n<^e exprefflng the fum 
wanted (in dollar*) murt beinclofed in a letter, directed to 
The Cafhier of the Han ford Bank, with an indorfer, re-; 
'quefting Difcount may be made tor any number of days 
not exceeding Sixty. 

Notes executed in any of the cities in this Mate, made 
payable at the Hartford Bank, with one indorfer refident in, 
the city of Hartford, fnall be received for difcount. 

Bills and notes left at the office for collection, will be 
prefented for acceptance, and the money collected or de-| 
manded without expence, except in cafe of proteft ; the 
charges of which fnail be paid by the perfon lodging the 
bill or note. j 

Gold and filver coins will be received and paid according 
to the laws eftabliftwd by theCcmgrefs of the United States, j 
FORM of a Note prefented for difcount. 

». — ■■.. . - Days after date, I promife to pay to —• . ■■■ ar\ 

der, at the Hanfurd Bank y -» ■ ■ — - Dollars •— — — Cen's.' 
Value received in the city of - , this — — . day of — • < 3 \jy J 

UNITED STATES.. 

Trea fury -Department , Sept. -2$, T7<}0. j 

Thb following regulations have been a-j 

dopted towards carrying- into execution the acl, making \ 
provifion for the debt of the United States. ') 

WHEN a transfer is to be made from one perfon to ano*f 
ther, the certificate or ■ certificates of the del*t to tc transfer-; 
red, moft be produced at the proper office, in order that 
the fame may be cancelled, and anew one, oi »tw ones 
♦flue, as the tafe fh all require. | 

When a transfer is defired from one- ofnee to another," 
application muft in the firft inftance be made t© the crrice 
vhere the credit exifrs. whereupon the certificare or certi- 
ficates of the debt to be transferred will be cancelled, and 
a fpecial one granted, as a voucher to the Secretary of the 
freafury • upon the production and delivery of which to 
rim h warrant, will i'iTue to the ofrice, to which the debt is « 
i io be transferred, w.bere. the . buiioef^yiii be completed.' 



^V-i" •..•;.'w.tia^:tsvui— »^»-. 



f he form (A) at foot hereof, has been adopted for letters 
of attorney, to make transfers, which, and the directions! 
for compleating it, it is expected will be carefully obfervedi] 
In every cafe of a transfer of the fubferibed or funded- 
debt, the new certificate will bear intereft, only from the 
firft day of the quarter, In ivkicb the transfer is made. 
The unpaid intereft which may have accrued prior to that 
quarter, will be paid only to the perfon, who was ftockhold- 
er at the time it accrued, or to his /fecial aflignee. 

Fourteen days before the expiratien of each quarter, the^ 
hooks of each office will be ciofed j fo that no transfers 
will be made, nor except at the Treafury, wi 1 any fub- 
fcriptions be received, or old certificates exchanged for 
new ones, on the application of non-fubferibers, dur'ingy 
that period '. This, the proper diftribution of the funds,- 
and the prefervation of order render indifpenfible. 

On the fubferibed or funded debt, intereft as it become*, 
due, will be paid without production of the certificates if-j 
fued for the fame. On the unfubferibed debt, if any there' 
(hall be, the production of the certificates will be neceflary, : 
n order to the receipt of the intereft, and an indorfement 
of the payment of it upon the certificates. This however, 1 
n confederation of the rilk and inconvenience of tranfmif-! 
jfion, wiil not be required of thofe who hold certificates of 
the Regiikr of the Treafury, and refide out of the United 
States. The form (B) at the foot hereof, of a letter of at- 
torney for receiving intereft, and the directions therewith, 
t is expected will be carefully purfued. 

(A) 
FORM of a POWER or ATTORNEY, to transfer Steck.' 
KNOW ALL MEN by thefe prefents, That do 

make, conftkute and appoint true and lawful 

Attorney, for and in name to fell, aflign and trans- 
fer the Stock itanding in name in the 
Cooks of with power alfo an Attorney or Attornies 
under for that purpofc, to make and fuhftitute j and to 
do all lawful a£is requifue for effecting the ptemifes $ here-j 
by ratifying and confirming ail that faid Attorney, orj 
Subftitute or Subftitutes fliall do therein by virtue i 
hereof. 
IN WITNESS whereof hav3 hereunto fet Hand | 



inT^?Ine TIT^r 1 in the Year oi our Lo* 0, 
One Thoufand hundred 

Sealed and delivered > 

in the prefence cf J . ' 

BE I r KNOWN, That on tlte Day of une 

Thoufand Hundred before me, I 

came within named, and acknowledged: the 

above Letter of Attorney to be Act and Deed. 

In teilimony whereof 1 have hereunto fet my Hand andj 
the Day and Ye*r Vaft afortfaicL • 

E> I R '» C T I O ft 3'. 

i IF the Power is to extend to th'e wholf of the &ock km 
Word « all' is to be inferred a iter the word < transfer 1 . K 
R&nty to part; the particular fum Is- to be mfcrted, with trie 
Baddition of the words < b.ir.g part of.* 

I If t\\3 power is to extent! only to a certain fpecies of 
flock, it may be expreffed in the different- cafes by infert- 

<ing in < the Wank between the words 'the' aad 'flock* the 
l.words « funded lix per went. * (w'hlchwill defignate the 
ftock bearing a prefent ?ntereft) or the words, 'funded three 
percent.' ( : vhici£will dciignate die three per cent, ftock, 
or the word, 'deferred' (w-htch will defignate the ffcock 
hearings imereft. at the end often year?) or the word 4 un 

^funded* (which wili defignate the unfubferibed part' at : he 
dehti): 

E If no powerof fubftitution is defired to be given, the 
whole that relates to *r, to be omitted j the place of abode, 
and quality *tf each witnefs, to be written againft Bis ?iarns» 
The acknowledgement may be taken before any Judge 
of a court of the United States, or of a Superior Court oi 
Law or Equity in any State, ar of a County Court, or be- 
fore a Mayor or other Chief Magiitrate of any place i or 
before a Notary Public. 

I I In the acknowledgement, if the Seal of a Court; or Cor- 
1 poration, is to be affixed, thre words 4 caufexl to be" may 

precede the word 'affixed-^ the -'blank Immediately* /allow- 
ing to be filled with a designation of the Seal j as ', that it] 
is the feal of a certain Court, naming 'it ; or the Seal of a 
certain Corporation, naming it ; or tfi,e Seal of Office of 
the party before whom the acknowledgement is taken if he 
I k as one }°^ he has n*ne,-- with the words «my Seal." 
— !■ .!■■ -! ■ n r^rrrr-> ^— - .j..i , ^ 

C a. 



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If there be no public or official Seal to the acknowledge-j 
meat, proof of the execution of the Power muft be imdej 
by Oath or Affirmation of one of the Witnefits, to betaken 
before lome perfon duly authorifed at the place where the 
transfer is to be made. 

(B) 
FORM of a POWER of ATTORNEY to receive Intereft. 

KNOW ALL MEN by thefe prefents : That 
do make, conftitute and appoint true and 

lawful Attorney, for and in name to receive ( 

theintereft the Stock, ftandin^ in name in] 

the books of with power alfo an Attorney or Attornies 
under for that purpofe to make and fubftitute ; and to* 
do all lawful afts requifite for effe&ing the Premifes j hereby 
ratifying and confirming all that faid Attorney, or 
Subftitute or Substitutes mail do therein by virtue hereof. 

IN WITNESS whereof have hereunto fet Hand! 
and Seal , the Day of in the Year of our Lor d One' 
Thoufand Hundred j 

Sealed and delivered in Prefence of 

BE IT KNOWN, That on the Day of One 

Thoufand Hundred before me came 

within named, and acknowledged the above Let-j 
ter of Attorney to be A& and Deed. 

IN teftimony whereof I have hereunto fet my Hand and 
the Day and Yearlaft aforefaid. 

DIRECTIONS. [j 

IF the Power is to be general, the words « now due, or 1 
which htreafter grow due upon ' are to be inferted after the j 
word < intereft.* If not general, the time for, or to which j 
the intereft is to be received, to be fpecially exprefied after ] 
the word « intereft.' (j 

If no power of fubftitution is defired to be given, the ! 
whole that relates to it to be omitted . The place of abode 1 
and quality of each witnefs, to be written againft his name. < 

The acknowledgement may be taken before any Judge 
of a Court of the United States, or of a Superior Court of 
Law or Equity in any State, or of a County Court, or be- \ 
fore the Mayor, or other Chief Magiftrate of any Place, 
0r before a Notary Public. • -\ 

In the acknowledgement, if the Seal of a Court or Cor- ] 
fporation is to be affixed, the words <caufe to be * may 



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[precede the word < affixed.' The blank immediately fol- 
l lowing to be filled wifch a defignation of the Seal ; as truti 
g it is the Seyl of a certain Court, naming it ; or the Seal of 
a ceitain Corporation, naming it ; or the Seal of Office of 
the Party before whom the Acknowledgement is taken, ifj 
he has one ; or if he has none, with the words « my feal.' 
If there be no public orofacial Seal to the Acknowledg- 
ment, proof of the execution of the power, muft be made 
by Oath or Affirmation of one of the WhneiTes, to be taken 
before fome Perfon duly authorifed, at the Place where the 
Transfer is to be made. 



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PENSIONERS. 

! Invalid Penfioners of the United States are paid once in 
fix Months, by the Commiffioners of Loans within the 
States refpeftively, under the following Regulations, viz 

EVERY application for payment muft be accompanied 
by the following vouchers. 
1 i ft. The cert-ncar.es given by the ftate, fpecifying that 
the perfon pofifeffing the fame is in facl an Invalid, and af- 
certaining the fum to which asfuch he is annually intitfed. 
i id. An Affidavit, agreeably to the following form : 
I A. B. came before me) one of the Jufiices of the county of 
in the State of and made oath that be is the fame A. B. to 
whom tbe original certificate in bis pojjejjiott was given, of 
which the following is a copy (the certificate given by the State 
to be recited) Thdt be fervid ( regiment , corps or veffel) 

at the time be was disabled, and that be now refides in tbe 
and county of and has refided there for the lafi yean^ 
previous to which be refided in 

I In cafe an invalid mould apply for payment by an at- 
torney, the faid attorney, befides the certificate and oath 
before recited, muft produce a fpecial letter of attorney 
agreeably to the following form : 

I A. -Em of county of State of do hereby 

conftltute and appoint J. K. c/*E. my lawful attorney, to 
receive in my behalf of W.I. my pen/ion, for fix months, as an 
invalid of tbe United States , from tbe day of one tbouf 
and ftven hundred and and ending tbe day of 

one thou/and feven hundred and 

Signed and fealed in the prefenceof 
jdckncwledged before me, 



■. .i. >. -m m. Miiui » ^ 3 »' LL — W 

Applications of executors and adminiftrators mult be 
accompanied with legal evidence of ;heir refpe&ive .offices 
and aifo of the tira&the invalids died, whofe peniron they 
may claim. 

CONNECTICUT. MEDIC Ah SOCIETY. 

dt a Convention of the Medical Society, holds*, by adjournment 
at Hartford, on the i §tb day of 'May , 1793 ,: 

T> E it ordained , That the Secretary of fatd Society fh&H 
13 record ail the tranfaclions of the ^Convention, and 
conduct their correfpondencc, and have the cuftody of 
ihe feal of the foeiety. J 

Beit crdaimdy That the treafurer (hall keep the monies 
of the fociety,- fubjed to their orders, and mall annually 
render an account to the Convention of all the monies re- 
ceived and paid by him. 

Be 'it ordained, That an Auditor of Accounts (hall be an-| 
nually. appointed, who mall examine all claims upon the 
fociety 5 and if allowed, (hall draw orders *on the treafurer 
for the amount j and no money (hall be paid on any ac-j 
counf without fuch orders. And faid Auditor (hall annu-; 
ally lay before the convention, the ieveral accounts fo exa | 
mined and allowed, with the amount of the orders hs fh^ll 
draw upon the Treafurer. 

Be it ordained, That it fhalb be the duty of the examining 
committees in the feveral counties, to make an annual re-j 
turn to the fecretary of the fociety, of the feveral perfons by 
them licenfed, and the date of their licence, and an entry: 
mall be made ia the records of the fociety, of every licence 
granted, containing the name of the perfon licenfed, and of, 
the Prslident and sxamin'ng Committee figning the-iame; 

Be it ordained, That all communications from mem- 
bers of this ftatc, (hall be made to the Clerks of the county, 
meetings, and by them (hall be laid before fuch % meetings^ 
for examination, and if approved by the county meetings, 
(hall be transmitted to the feeret-ary ot the fociety, t€> be laid 
before the convention. 

Be it orchitfed, That it mall be I.Jghly difreputabie for 
any member to affume or hold the knowledge of any nofirum, 
or palm any medicine or co.npoiuion on the people- as a 



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fecrer, and that any fueh member mail be deemed unwor-j 
thy to belong to the Medical Society 5 and that the mernb-' 
ers of the fociety mall hold no medical correfpondence with 
fuch characters, nor confult with them in any medical cafe, 
whatever; and that all pretenders ro r.oftrums, (hall be 
deemed and considered proper fubje&s for expullion from 
this fociety. 

Rejolved, That the Prefident and Fellows of the Connec- 
ticut Medical Society, fhall receive fix millings per diem 
for each Member, while attending in Medical Convention \ 
and fix pence per mile while travelling from their feveral 
places of abode, to the Convention. 



1'be Apportlvnment of Reprefentafives to Congrefs* (at tbe 
ratio of one to every 33,000 per Jons in each ft ate) is as fol- 
lows, vixs. 

4]Delaware, : 

141 Mar yland, 



New-Hampshire, 

Massachusetts, 

Vermont, 

Rhode-Island, 

Connecticut, 

New-York, 

New-Jersey, 

Pennsylvania, 



Virginia, xy 

Kentucky, 

North-Carolina, io-j 
:>cu th -Carol in a, 6 
Georgia, 



-/£ Prefident and Vice- Prtfident are in future to be cbefen 
every fourth T^ar from the firft V/ednejday in December, 
1792. — Tbe Eleclors are to be cbofen in each State within 
tbirty-four days preceding faid fir jl Wednesday in December, 
to meet at Jucb place as tbe Legijiature Jhall diretl.— — Con~ 
grejs is always to be in Sejfi'jnon tbe jecorrd'WedneJday of Fe- 
bruary after Jucb E/eclions j and the four years (tbe term 
for which a Prefident and Vice-Prefident are elecled ) is 
always to commence on ike fourth day of March after the 
choice is af curtained and declared by Congrejs. 

'Three Certificates vf tbe number of Votes for tbe Prefident attd 
Vice- Prefident, are to be Jent,Jealed up, one to the Prefident 
of the Senate at tbe Seat of Government before the firft 
Wednfday in January by Exprefs j another to bim by tbe 
Poft 5 and the third to be delivered to tbe Judge' of tbe 
Diftricl in which the E.'eclors fijall ajfemble.~¥be Names of 
tbeEUtt.rs are to be annexed to each of tbe lifts of their votes. 



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MiniJitYS and Churches in ihejlatt of Connecticut. 1 

County Oi it art ford. 
Hartfrd. 
Rev. Nathan Strong, 
Abel Flint, 



Nathan Peikins, 

Vacant, B. 

'Berlin, John S. vial ley, 

Benoni Upfon, 

Nathan Fenn, * 
Bnfiu!, Giles H. Covvies, 

Jonathan Miiie;. 

Eajl- Hartford ,Elipha:et W il- 

(liams ? D.D. 

Benajah Phelps, 

Chrifto.. Miner, B. 
E.Windfor, David M'Ciure, 

Thomas Potwine, 
Enfield, Nehemiah Piudden, 

Vacant, C, 

Farmlngton, Vacant, 

Rufus Hawlcv. 



Glafienbu »j7 ^illiam Bi o w n, 
James Eeils. 

Grar.by y * Ifrael Holly. 

S«uthingtofi 9 Win. Robinfon, 
Ifrael B. Woodward, 
Vacant, B. 

•S^'/<s/,EbenezerG;?y,D.D.) 
Ehsnezer Gay, jun.) 
Daniel Waldo, 
John Haftmgs, B. 

Symfbury, Samuel Stehb'ms, 
Jeremiah Hallock, 
Ambrofe Todd, £. 

IVeihenfeidy John- Marfti, 
Jofh.ua Belding, 
Vacant. 

IVindjor&Av'A S Rowland ? 
Henry A. Rowland ) 
William F.Mdiei, 
Vacant, 
Theodora Mingle. 



County or 

Neio Haven. 
Rev. James Dana, D. D. 
Yale- College Vacant, 
jona.. Edwards, D.D. 
Be la Hubbard, E. 

Vacant, 

Noah WUHfton, 
Plurality, E. 

Bf an for a, jafon At water, 
Matthew Noyes,. 
Samuti Eeih, 
Vacant, E. 

Cbcjbire, John Foot, 

Reuben Ives, E. 
Derby , Vacant, 
Richard Mansfieid,D.D. E ) 
Edward Blackflty, ') 



New- Haven* 

David Brownfon, 
Abner Smith, 
/)«r^^w,EliZ.Goodricb,DD. 
EJ,l- Haven, Nicholas Street; 
Guilford, Amos Fowler, 
John Elliot, ' 
Thomas W. Bray, 
Simon Backus, 

i Butier, E 

Haw den. Vacant. 

Mil ford) Willi am Lock wood, 

David Tullar, 

V-ac-mt, E. 

A r o.if^^e«,Benja.Trunnbull 

Vacant, E. 

y/all\ngfurd, James Noyes, 

John Willard. 



3 5 ; 



11) Plurality, E. 


Abraham Fowler, i 


[j Vacant, 


PFoodbridge,Dav\d L. Beebe, J 


1 Wattrbury s Vl . Leaven worth, 


- J. Stephen Hawley. ijl 


\ Vacant, E. 


j County of New -London. 


I New -London . 


Lyme, Vacant, 


I Rev. Henry Channin^g, 


Vacant, 


I Samuel Seahury, D,D, 


David Higgrns, 


■ (Bifh. epif.ch. Connect. 


Jafon L^e, BJ 


j . Zadock Darrow, B. 


Daniel Miner, C. 


| Boxraby Jonathan Murdock, 


Montvi/Ie, Rozel Cook, 


{ Peter Rogers, B. 


Reuben Palmer, B. 


j Colcbcfier, Salmon -Cone, 


Norwich, Jofeph Strong, 


i Robert Robbins, 


John Tyler, E. 


\ David Huntington, 


"Walter King. 


j Vacant, 


Prejlon,' Lemuel Tyler, 


! Chrifto. Palmer, B. 


Levi Hart, 


j Abel Palmer, B. 


Vacant, 


V.Franklw, Samuel Nott, 


Paul Park, C.j 


1 Grotony Aaron Kinne, 


S 'toning! 'on ,Hez.N . Woodruff}, 
Vacant, 


j, Vacant, 


Timothy Wighrman,B. 


Chrifto. Avery, C. 


Jj Silas Burrows, B. 


Eleazer Brown, B. ', 


1 Park Allyn, C. 


Simeon Brown, B. 


■Lijhon, David Hale, 


Vaien. W. Rathbun,B; 


Andrew Lee, 




County of 


Fairfield 


Fairfield. 


William Seward, 


Rev. Andrew Elliot, 


Vacant, B. 


; Hezekiah Ripley, 


Huntington, David Ely, 


Robert Rofs, 


Vacant, E, 


| Timothy Dwight, D.D. 


Elifha Rexford, j 


Shelton, E. 


Newfairfield,Ms(\a& Rogers,} 


Seth Higbie, B. 


Oliver D. Cooke, 


D anbury ^Timothy Langdon, 


Newtown, Vacant, 


JobaEly, ' j 


Thomas Brooks, 1 


EbenV White, Sandi. 


Philo Perry, E. 


Julius Hull, E. 


Norwalh, Matthias Burnet, 1 


Greenwich, Robert Morris, 


Vacant, E ] 


Ifaac Lewis, D.D. 


Vacant, j 



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I 



| Rev. Juftus Mitche), 
>Readiug % Nathaniel Bartict, 
Vacant, E, 

Ridgefield, Samuel Goodrich, 
Samuel Camp, 
Vacant, E. 

Stamford, ■ ', 

Ebenezer Dibble, E. 

I 

County of 

Windham, 
»(j Rev. Stephen White, 

James Cogfwell, D.D 
John Palmer, C. 

— Lothrop, 
AJhford, Enoch Pond, 
Andrew Judfon 
William Storrs, 
$n*ktyn) Jofiah Whitney 

Daniel Fogg, E 
\,Canterbury, Solo. Morgan, 

John Staples, 
{Hampton, Ludovicus WeJd, 

Vacant, B. 

\KlUingly, Eliiha Atkins, 

j Day, C. 

\ Lebanon, Zebu Ion Ely, 



Rev. Mofes Mather, 
John Shepherd, 
Eben'r Ferris, ' B 
Stratford t Step.W. Stebbins 
Aflibel Baldwin, E.t; 
Izrahiah. Wetmore, 
Weflon, James Johnfon, 
John Noyes. 



Whdham, 

Rev. Timothy Stone, 

Thomas Brockway, 

John Gurley, 
Mansfield, Elijah Gridley, 

Mofes C. Welch, 
Plairfield, Joel Benedict, 
Pomfret, Aaron Putnam, 

Walter Lyon, 

Oliver Dodge, 
Tkompfon, Noadiah Rufifel, 

John Martin, B, 
Voluntonvn, Micaiah Porter, 
Wotdjlock, Eliphalet Lyman 

Stephen Williams, 

William Graves. 

Vacant, IS 



County of 
Litchfield, 
Rev. Judab Champion, 

Vacant, E, I 

Barkhempficd, Ozias Eells, 
Ezra Woodworth, 
Beth!em Azel Backus, 
Canaan, Daniel Farrand, 
Vacant, 
Vacant, 
Colclrockf Vacant, 
Cornwall, Vacant, 
Go/ben, Afahel Hooker, 



•C. 



Lilchfield. 

Harilavd, Aaron Church, 

Nathaniel Gaylord. 
Harwinton, JofhuaV/illiams.i 
Kent, Joel BoardwelL j 
New - Hartford, J ona. Marflv 
New- NathanielTaylor, 7 j 
Milford, Stanley Grifwold, J 
Vacant, E.! 

Norfolk, Ammi R. Robbins. 

Sali/bury, Vacant, 

Sharon, Cotton M. Smithy 

Scuthlvry, Benja. Wildman, 



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Vacant, 
forrington, AlexanderGillet, 

* Samuel J. Mills, 
Warren , Peter Starr, 
Wafting- Dan»Brinfmade, ? 
i«, Noah Merwin, \ 
Jeremiah Day, 
'Watert'wn, Uriel Grid ley, 



Rev. Simon Waterman, 
Chauncy Prindle, E< 

Winchejler, Jofhua Knap, 
Publius V. Booge 

Woodbury, Noah Benedicl, 
Thomas Canfield 
Vacant, E 



County ot 
Middietoion. 
Rev. Enoch Huntington, 
Abraham Jarvis, E. 
Gerfhom Bulkley, 
Vacant, 

Thomas Minor, 
Stephen Parfons, C. 
Jofeph Graves, C. 
Eaft-Haddtw2 > .'E\\)ah Parfons 
William Lyman, 
Jofeph Vail, 
Vacant, B. 

— Blakeflee, E. 
Chatham, Cyprian Strong, 



Middlejtx. 

Rev. Joel Weft, 

David Selden, 
Solo. Wheat, B. 
Plurality, E. 

Haddam, Eleazer May, 
Killingworth, 

Achilles Mansfield; 
Henry Ely, 
Say brook ,Fred . W . Hot chkifs ; 
John Devotion, 
Richard Ely, 
Samuel Mills, 
Vacant, E, 

Eliphalet Lefter, B, 



County of 
Tolland. ■ 
Rev. Nathan Williams, 
Bolton, George Colton, 

Ehenezer Kellog, 
Coventry, J.Hu»tington,D,D 
Nathan Strong, 
Royaf Tyler, 
Ellington , Jofhua Leonard, 
Hebron, Vacant, 



loiiand. 
Rev. Elijah Lathrop, 

Tillotfon Brunfon,E 
Somen, Charles Backus, 
Stafford, John Willard, 

Ifaac Fofter, 
Union, Vacant, 
Willington, Abifliai Alden, 
• f Lilybridge, B 



LICENSED PREACHER 

Returned from the federal AJfociationt in Connecticut, to the 

Regifter of the General Affociation 



HEZE'h Goodrich, Wt 
(thersfeld, 
j Ifaac Porter, Farmington, 
I James C. Guernfey,^/^/;^ 
jGad Newell, ■ ., 



Caleb John fon, Wallingford, 
Jofeph Camp, , 

Uri Tracy, Franklin, 

W hitefieldCowIes, Southingt. 
Lathrop Rockwell, Lebanon , 



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iTimotVy Wniiams.JFo^ori 

[Stephen Williams, ditto, 
\ Aaron Woodward, Tolland, 
Silas L. Bingham, Andover, 
Stephen Fenn, Waterto%vn, 
JAmosBafTet, 

Calvin Chapin, Tutor T. Cd. 
Dyar T. Hinkley, Lebanon, 
Benj. Woofter, Water bury, 
Freegrace Reynolds,. Somers, 



Solomon Spaulding, — ,i 
Edward D. Grilling, Lyme,] 
Piatt Buffet, Lcng.JJland^ 
J of. G ofTe, Bedford, N. Hamp. 
Lynde Huntington, Lebetmn, 
Nathan Eliot, Kent, 

James Richards, Norivalk, 
John D. Perkins, Plalnfitld, 
Elijah Waterman, Boxrab, 



Standing Committee of the General A 'ffembly of the Prejbyteriaft } 
Church to certify the good qualifications of Preachers tra-\ 
'veiling to officiate In Connecticut : 
Rev. Dr. M'Knlght, Dr. M'Worter^ Mr. James WeodhullA 

Dr. S. S. Smith, Dr. Alifcn, Dr. Ne/bit, Mr. John B,\ 

Smith, Mr. Grayham, Mr. Lacy, Mr. M'Call, Mr. M l Da- 

nold, Dr. M'Cerkle, Mr. AarotifWoel'Worlb. 

Uf cation efP reach- 



Standing Committee re cert'fy the good q 

| ers travelling f rem the limits of {he Omcral Afj'oclatlen into 
i the limits of the Prefbyterlan Churches : 

Rev. Nathaniel Taylor, Nathan Williams, Thomas W.\ 
Bray, Benjamin Trumbull, Dr. Eliphaltt Williams, William 
Poblnfn, John Pcvvtlen, Levi Hart> Timothy Stone, Dr. 
Ifaac L civil, David Ely 



fL.imeofthe Session and R»tine of the General Aftbciati 
•n of the Prefiyterian Clergy of the State of Connecllcut. 
Time of Session* Third Tucfday in June annually. 
RotiNE. New- Haven W*ft Aflbciation. Ditto Earl. 

Hartford Scuth. Middlefex. New-London. Windham, 
;, Tolland. Litchfield North. Ditto South. Fairfield Weft, 
! Ditto Eaft, 

', N. B. It is to ft in Harford Scuth, thl: year, 1794. 
\ Times of the Sejficn of the federal particular Ailbciations. 
i^ All on Turf days asfo.lo%o : 

f New- Haven Wert: and Eaft, laft in May and September.! 

— Hartford, South an4 North, and Middlefex, tit ft in June 

and October.— New- London, laft in May and September. 

— Windham, third in May and fecond in October. — - r; 
I and unknown — -.Litchfield North, fir (I in Feb. 2d in Jure,- 

an^ taft in Sept.— 'Litchfield Sotithj jft in Juna ,md 3d in j 

Octo.— Fairfield WiA & Eaft, laft in May and 2d in Oeto*.}, 



* MI LIT! A*o7 Con nkticut. 



HIS EXCELLENCY 

SAMUEL H U NT I N GT O N, 

Captain-General and Commander in Chief, 
Hon. Oliver Wolcott, Lieutenant-GeneraJ, 
Ebenezer Huntington, Adjutant-General, j 

Ift Ditision, Samuel Wyllys, Major-General, 
JId Division, William Hart, Major -General, 
Hid Division, James Gordon, Major- Genera!, 
JVth Division, Heman Swift, Major-General. 

First Brigade, 

Noah Phelps, Brigadier- Genera!, 
Reuben Humphreys, Brigade. Jnfpe&or and Major. 
Theodore Woodbricge, £>uar. Majltr. Hev. Ambrcfc 
Todd, Chaplain. 

ift Regt. Timothy Seymour, Lieut. Col. Commandant, I 
Matthew Cadwel, ift Major, Elifha Babcock, 2d Major 
Simon Clark, Ad). Simeon Giifwold, Quarter Me'fier* 
Elifli3 Strong, Fay mafter. Dwell Morgan, Surgeon. 
1 Captains, hieuteqartU, EJjigm, 

James Pratt, John Le&ngwell, Aaron Chopin, 

Job Allyn, Eliakim Manila!,, Jonathan Loomis, 

EliVha Wells, Steph. Hutchinfon,Afa Seymour, 

P'benezer Faxon, Norman Seymour, jona. B. Balch, 
Elihu Giifwold, Elijah Grifwold, Benjamin Moor, 
Solomon Grifweld,Theodore Cadwel, Thomas Allyu, 
Ifaac Tharp, Silas Rowley, Hez. Latimer, 

•James Goodwin. Allyn Goodwin. Thomas Spencer. 

18th Regt. Jonathan Pettibone, Lieut. Col. 
IChauncy Pettibone, ill: Major, Geo. Humphrey?, ad Maj. 
William Taylor, Adj. Rev. Samuel Stebfeins, Chaplain. 
William Wiliifton, Pay-maft. John Befter, Sur. Chailes 
Seward, guar, Mafter. 

Captains. "Lieut an stnts* Tinfigns. 

Darius Pinney, Jefle Holcomb, Amos Hayfe, 
Bartholomew Cafe, Hmari.KurnphreySyAmafa Humphreys 
fcenjamln Dibel, Benja. Reed, , Samuel Hayfe, 



I 



I }ohn G. Terry, 
Ifaac Owen, 

Vacanr, 

Martin Gcfiard, 

Azariah Wilcox, 
[jSahiuel CJarfc, 
{ Samuel Barnard, 
[iRoger Moor, 
[jSobmon Gains, 

Eli Trumbull, 

Iiraei Wells. 



- . _ 4 ° L- 

Noah A. Phelps, 
Jof. Cornlfn, 
Daniel Cafe, 
David Hayfe, 
Darius Mofes, 
Luke Viets, 
Vacant, 
Dan Dibol, 
Wm. Clernmons, 
Judah Phelps, 
Gzias Phelps. 



!. 



Phineas Noble, 
Rofwel Phelps, 
Benj. Dyer, 
Benj. Hayfe, 
William Wilcox, 
Jofeph Giifwold,ju 
Abel Adams, 
Levi Phelps, 
Jof. DeWoif, 
Juftus Peafe, 
Solomon Busl. 



jjcjthRegt. Oliver King, Lieut. ColoneJ, 

Rofwel Grant, ift Major, Vacant 2d -Major. 
Shubel Grifwold, Adjt. Phineas Talcott, Sjuartermaft, 
j Eliezer Pinney, Rajmafterl Timothy Hail, Surg. 

Captains, L'uuts, Enjigns. 

Caleb Boothc, Eliizer Pinney, Levi Goodwin, 
Afhbcl Stanley, Jacob Seymour, Abie! Wcicotr, 
Shubacl Grifwold, Oliver Grant, 
Eli BiiTtl, James M'Kirney, 

JonathanStoughtcnJonah Strickland, 
John Morten, Levi Fifh, 
Cornelius Roberts, Oliver Kent, 
!, Rofwel Payne, John Phillips, Mattathius Treat, 

John Olcott, 
Jabez Sill, 
A (libel Keeney, 



Thomas Smith, 
Solo. Ellfworth, 
Stephen Couch. 



Eli Moc 

Dinlel Rcckwel, 
[W arena m Fofter, 
jofeph Carver, 
Ozias Bifie!, 
Rofwel Payne, 
Richard Treat, 
Eliezer Payne, 
Samuel Peck. 
I 
ird "egt. Elijah Chapman, jun 

Eoenezer Gay, ift Major, John Hale, 2d Major. 

Samuel Whittelfey, Adj. Samuel Wright, Quartermafi, 
Jonathan Barnes, Faymzjlsr, Rev. Nathaniel Williams, 
(J^i'plain. William Grofvenor, Surg, 

CajAahn. Lkuts. "Enfigns, 

Gerfliom Brigham, Daniel'Dorman, Efcnlel Dimcik, 
Calvin Edfon, Alva Weft, 

Iber Robinfon, Ammi Paulk, 
Stephen Crocker, Elijah Fenton, 

nuel Childs, Jofeph Snell, 



Lieut. Colonel. 



Mofes W'amburn, 
John Warren, 
Samuel Stoel, 
James Moor, 



afrph Talcott, Jofeph Kingtbary, JeJje Cook, 



; '4* % ) 

John Holmes, Reuben Cady, AU Cady, 

Afhbel Chapman, Eben. Spencer, Eliakim Chapman, j 

Eben. Colborn, Nathaniel Hyde, John Orcutt, 

John Goodwell, Samuel Vinton, Vacant, 

Philip Warner. Jefle Foot. Simeon Dimoik. 

31ft Regt. Luther Loomis, Lieut. Colonel, 

Afa Hamilton, 1 it Major, Joel Halkins-, 2d Major. 
i Hofea Nclfon, Adjt. Rev. Nehcm. Prudden, Chaplain. 
William Kibbe, Faymafler. Oliver Peafe, Surgeon. Saro- 
uel Halkins,£>«tfr. Maft, 1 

Captains. Lieuts, Enfigns. 

Nathaniel Terry, Caleb Jones, Samuel Reynolds, 

'John Levitt, Vacant, Daniel Lefter, 

Abifha Smith, NathanielPomeroy, John Lewis, 
Jofeph Parfons, Richard Abbey, Stone Peafe, 
Mofes Korton, Alpheus Peafe, Timothy Kibbe, 
Eliphalet Killam, Afa Peafe, Abner Meacham, 

! Joel Peafe, Afa Chapin, David Richardfon, ! 

jThomas Sheldon, Hofea Nelfon, Collins Grifwold, j 
Afahcl Adams. Wm. Granger, Abij. Remmingtoa^ 

4th Regt. of Cavalry. Ebenezer Smith, Maj. Commandt. 
J Ifaac Fellows, Aiit. 

j Captains, Timothy Babcock, Timothy Prince, Saul 
jAlvard, Lot Morgan, Jeduthun Cobb. ifiLieuts. RicrTd 
jHall, John R. Watfon, Giles. Loomis, Nathan Daw, James 

Convers. zdLieuts. John Clark, Chefter Child, William 
.Wilfon, Cyrus Spalding, Amos James. Comets. Jehiei 

Storrs, Jofeph Watfon, John M'Cray, Eraftus Hough, 

Ebenezer Grant. 

Marrofs Company in the 19th Regiment. 

I Captain. Eli/ha Pitkin. Capt. Lieut* George Pitkin, j«. 

Lieutenant, Jarms Benjamin. Lieut. Fire-worker. Samuel 

Pitkin. - — 

Captains and Subalterns in the SECOND BRIGADE. | 
[A ,r o Return of Genera/, Field, or Staff Officers.] 

Second Regiment. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns. 

Marcus Mernman, [ofeph Mix, Kewry J. Cooiid^e, 

Samuel pariderfcn, "Stephen BiA). Elifha TtinMaii, 



T 



Samuel Shaylor, 
Caleb L. Hurd, 
Zephaniah Pratt, 
| Lewis Jones, 
| Daniel Srainard, 
Hiel Parmele, 



John Platts, 



( 4p_ „ 

(lis Hemminway,Stcp, Woodward, John Rufiell. 
fitus Smith, Thomas Smith, John Benham, 

^ewis Hubbel, John Froft, James Pierpont, 

fhomaslves, Ira Todd, Lyman Todd, 

2>amuel Bellamy, Amafa Bradly, Afa Atwater, 
jkephen Ford, Abraham Smith, Thomas Potter. 
Sitenth Regiment. 
Captains. Lieutenants, Ertjigns* 

William Tully, Rufus Clarke, John Jones, 

ObediahDickerfon,David Dickerfon, 
George Morgan, Elias Crane, 
John C. Pratt, Stephen Kirtland, 
John Stannard, Nathan Kirtland, 
Heman Brainard, John Brainard, 
Afa Buel, Jofiah Chatneld, 

Jonathan Warner, Gid. Southworth, Andrew Lewis, 
Jonathan Burr, Samuel Stannard, James Thomas, 
Samuel [ones. Dan Platts. 
Tenth Regiment. 
Captains* Lieutenants* Enjigns* 

Levi Parker, Caleb J. Hall, Jonathan R. Houd 

Stephen Robinfon, James Bifhop, Manoah Camp, 
Auguftus Cooke, Dickerman Hall, Samuel Cooly, 
Jonathan Collens, Elifha Merriman, Phineas Hall, 
John Wadfworth, Jabez Chaiker, Seth Seaward, 
lehabod Hitchcock, Robert Hotchkifs, Merriman Ccok, 
Samuel Ives, Levi Hall, Samuel Hall, 

Rufus Hitchcock. Ebenezer Hale. JcUn Peck, jun'r. 
2jtb Rtgiment—No Return. 
Thirty-second Regiment. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enjigns. 

Jehiel Bryan, Samuel Greene, John Gun, 

Sheldon Curtis, Abel Thomfon, Abet Pierfon, 
Tbeoph. M. Smith, Eii Botsford, Abel Clark, 

Hezekiah Baldwin,Samuel Newton, Enoch Hine, 
Job Conde, Afel Hide, John Davis, 

Hezekiah Thomas, Eli akim Tirrel, Demas Sherry, 
Abe) Holbrooke, Eli Hawkins, Enos Smith, 

Abel Wheeler. Elijah Clark. Daniel Hclbrook. 

[Gran Abie's s.J 
Daniel Sacket, A. V. H. Devrit, Benjamin Bull, 
Medad Hotchkifs. Icha. Thompfon, Fletcher Murwin. 



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Third BRIGADE. 



Elihu Marvin, Brigadier- General. 
Jofeph Perkins, Brigade-Infpector. 
|]*i Regt. John Raymond, Lieut. Colonel, 
Samuel Green, Major. 
Nathaniel L. Raymond, Adjt. Samuel Haynes, %uar,\ 
\\majier. Thomas Coit, jun, Surgeon. 
^Independent 1 Picket Latimer, Captain. Thomas Jones, 
Company. J Lieutenant. Simeon Smith, Enfig*. 
Captains. Lieutenants. t Enjigns. 

Thaddeus Brooks, Benjamin Holt, John Carrol, 
Daniel Burrows, James Thompfon, William Cleveland, 
Samuel Fox, Mulford Raymond, Samuel Allen, 

Grifwold A very, ju. Stephen Prentice, ju Zebulon Rogers, 
Stephen Dougiafs, Daniel Waterhoufe,John Waterhouie, 
Benjamin Dart, Philip Morgan, Jafon Beckwhh, 
Nathaniel Vibber, Oliver Comftock, Jared Comftock, 
Waitft ill Avery. Henry D. Bolles. Peter Strickland, ju 

8th Regt. Ifaac Avery, Lieut. Colonel, 

Simeon Avery, ift Major, Chriftopher Morgan, 2d Major. 
Ebenezer Avery, Adjt. Rev. Lemuel Tyler, Chaplain. 
William Cogfwell, SHjuar. majler. Samuel Eldreds>e, Pay- 
mafler. Jofhua Downer, Surg. John O. Miner, S. mace. 

Captains, Lieutenants. Enjigns. 

Amos Witter, Jofeph Sterry, James Cook, 
Ebenezer Avery,2d. John Chefter, Stephen Morgan,2d 

iRufus Avery, Phineas Bill, Jofeph Moxley, 

David Boardman, Thaddeus Cook, William Cogfwell, 
Mofes Tyler, Elifha Prentice, Daniel Adams,, 

Rufus Smith, Daniel Avery, 2d. Gilbert Smith, ju. 

Wm. A. Morgan, Ebenezer Morgan, Stephen Morgan, 
Johnfton SarTord, Sanford Morgan, John Safford, ju. 
Daniel Avery, Richard Gere. Gurdon Gere. 



20th Regt. Jofeph Williams, Lieut. Colonel, 
• Ebenezer Tracy, ift Major, 

Zachariah Huntington, 2d Major. 
Jabez Huntington, Adjt. Rev. Jofeph Strong, Chaplain. 
IJSimeon Breed, Quar. mafier. James Lanman, Pay-majier, 
ljjohn i urner, Surgeon, Samuel H. Barker, Sur. mate. 



1 " > 

Captains* Lieutenants* Enjigns* 

Matrofs Henry S * Cobb > 

p, , T m. ' „ Thomas Marfhall, 

Tho s L. Thuma*, , ,, . ' 
9 Gurd, Huntington. 

Light-Itfantry. 

Thomas Hubbard,Nath. Shipman,ju.Peleg Tracy* 

Grenadiers. — 

Eben'r Bu(hnell> Dan iel Lord, Richard Avery. 

Jonathan Colver, Afa Richardfon, Eliab Hyde, 

Oliver Johnfton, Eleazer Tracy, Calvin Tracy, 

Samuel Bifhop, Andrewr Clark, ♦ Reub. Willoughby, 

Solo. Giddeons, Pelatiah Brcwiter, Afa Benjamins, 

A fa Fitch, John Hough, Uriah Downer, 

None, None, Bela Armftrong, 

D wight Ripley, Peter Lanman,ju. Simeon Hubbard, 

John Bingham, ju.Ezekiel Bumnell. Hez. Kingfley. 

33d Regt. Abner Lord, Lieut. Colonel, 

Ezra Wait, ift Major, Lemuel Lee, 2d Major. 
Watrous Beckwith, Adjt* Ricbard Ely Selden, S^uar, 
mafter. Selden Ely, Pay-mafier* Rev. David Higgins, 
Chaplain* 

Captains* Lieutenants* Enfigns, 

C Light Infantry. 

/ Rich'd M'Curdy, Enoch Lord, }un. Wm. Sterling:, 2d, 
Matthew Peck, Watrous Beckwith,George Wade, ju. 
Jofeph Smith, 3d. Simeon Smith, Hezekiah Smith, 
Geo. Beckwicb, William Sil', 
RofweUChampion,Ezra Chad wick, Afahel Roland, w 
Ambrofe Niles, Rich'd E. Selden, Selden Warner, 
Lee Peck, Selden Marvin, 
John Demon, Stephen Miner, Silvanus Avery, 
Daniel Ay res. Marvin Huntley. « 

Fourth BRIGADE. 
Elijah Abel, Brigadier-General. 

|;?4th Regt. Ozias Marvin, Lieut. Colonel, 

I Jofhua King, ift Major, jofeph Seely, 2d Major. 

laSrh Re?;t, Augur judfen, Lieut. Colonel, 

jS Alexander Mills, ift Major. Han ford flayt, 2d Major. 



■ L Js J ■ , ■ 

4th Regt. Aarcn Bar ow, Lieut. Colonel, 

Andrew Hill, id Major, Burr Gilbert, 2d Major. 
c>t!-j feegt. Ebenezer Mead, Lieut. Colonel, 

Alexander Mills, ill Major, Hfanford Hayt, 2d Major. 
[T&* above very imperfeft Return from the qtb Brigade is all 

%ve xv ere able to obtain*] 

FIFTH BRIGADE. 

Daniel Lamed, Brigadier-Genera), 
John Mc Chilian, Brigade- Major. 
5th Regt. Zephaniah bwift, Lieut. Colonel, 
j Benjamin Storrs, ii\ Major, Abel-Simmons, 2d Major. 
I Zenas Howes, Adju Rev. Moles Cook Welch» ChapL 
jjConfider Young, Qua*-, xnafter. Samuel Perkins, Pay- waft* 
Leonard Bacon, Sur, Royal Brewfter, Sur. mate* 
Captains, • Lieutenants, Enjigns, 

Light-Infantry Company. 
( Edmund Freeman, Roger Waldo, Royal Storrs. 

Grenadier Company. 
'Elijah Simons, Tho'sStedman, ju. John W. Dunham. 
Xebbeus Larrabbee,Wm. Young, ju. Frederick Manning* 
iDaniel Crocker, John Salter, ju. Ble.Kuntin^ton,ju« 
James Carey, William Rudd, Jona. Kingfley, 

ijames Howe, Eleazer Owen, Rofwel Burnham> 

jThomas Utley, Jacob Holt, Samuel Fuller, 

jShubael Dimmick, Stephen Rufs, Jefie Spafibrd, 

jjere. Mumford, Nathan Burnham, Jona. Howard, 
jDaniei Knowhon. Job Tyler. Abner Chaffee. 



nth Reet. Lemuel Grcfvenor, Lieut. Colonel, 
Elijah Williams, ift Major, James Danielfon, 2d Major. 
David Holmes, Adjt. ^johri Fox, S^uar, m after . '■'■«■-:;. 
lard Child, Pay-mafter, Rev. Noadiah Ruffe}!, Chaplain, 
Albigence Waldo, Surgeon. Jared Warner, Sur. mate. 
Captains* Lieutenants, Enjigns* 

f i\/r.~r.~„c John Lawrence, 
1 Matross. j 
i Tt\\\*u i n r.A ;,,« Nathan Grofvenor, 
I £inan Lord, jun. . ,. , T , r 
L Aholiab Johnfon. 

Grenadh r-Compan y. 
Richard Goodell, Wiliard Child, Jofh. Grofvene>r,ju, 

Light Infantry. 
Alpheus Converfe, William RurTeli, Moad. Ruflell, ju. 



nu irii i i 4 u ; 

^.iron Cleveland, Benj. Cargill, ju. Philip Withy, 

\{a Payfon, Sanford Holmes, Leonard Mafbn, 

-lobart Terry, D >ivid Brown, Ephraim Butler, 

loger W» WiliiamsSreDhen Froft, David Denifon, 

fohn Day, David Hay, Luther Warren, 

Jharles Child, Lisas CL- Id, Ephraim May, 

William Dwight, Elijah Crofby, Robert Prince, 

JNFathan Paine, Pe^er Ingols, Eph. Ingols, jun. 

Jfchn Bates, Jonathan Clougb, Wyman Carr©l, 

plijah Bugbee, Elias Child, 2,d. Elifha Gage, 

jPeleg Corbin. Arnos Goocjell. John Whitmore. 



12th Regt. Samuel Gilbert, L«eut. Colonel, 

Daniel Tslden, itt Major, John Gilbert, 2d Major. 
AmbrofeDutton, Adjt. Rev. Timothy Stone, Chaplain, 
{William Huntington, jun. ££gar» mafur. Wyman Parker, 
\pay-maft. James Thomas, Svrgion* David Sutton, S.M. 
\ Captains^ Lieutenants, Enjigns. 

[Salmon Champeon,David.Metcaif, Zabdiel Hyde, 
Haines Mafon, Eliphifet D wey, Samuel Blifs, 

■{Daniel Phelps, Charles .Gillet, , Eraftus Phelps, 
jliaac Tickner, Jofepfe Rude, EleazerRichardfon,' 

jjerom Clark, Amos Fowler, Seth Bartlet, 

Nathan. Smith, Elifin Buell, 
J [ohn Enfworth, Silas Crowel, Benoni. Clark, 

{William Rolio, RufTel Wells, Ralph Mack, 

jjofhua Palmer, Wyman Parker, Azel Crand.il, 
Hobard McCall. Ab'm Wilcox. Jonathan Cole. 
21ft Regt, Mofes Cleveland, Lieut. Colonel, 

Luther Bingham, ift Major, Abel Andrus, zd Major, 
Phlneas Pierce, Adjutant Solomon Morgan, Chaplain, 
Elijah Fox, Quar. maftcr. Jedidiah Johnfon, Pay-majier, 
Jareb Dyer, Surgeon, 

Captains, Lieutenants. Enfigm, 

Ifaac Fuller,**/*. //. 

Stephen Hewet, ^ 

W 

Light-Infantry Company 

I [Jedidiah Johnfon, Jacob Cleveland, Ja's Smith. 
Grenadier Company. 
ijjohn Adams, David Litchfield, Rofwell Parifn. 

""""'* r , *"T '"'~*- f ""T n Miti >ri"i it frT iMmMMriiB«MM«iAiii»fi-nmiiM^ihmMiiM 




Vofe Palmer, 
Benj. Bacon, 
John Wylie, 
Charles Miller, 
John Safford, 
A fa Montgomery, 
Mofes Robbins, 
Shubael Hutchlns, 
Ward Woodward. 



(47 ) 

John Douglafs,ju 
Seth Clavk, 
William Briggs, 
Jona. Parkhut/t, 
Silas Cleveland, 
Noah Cole, 
Loiing Robbins, 
John Stedman, 
Eliflia Bowman. 



, Mofes Branch, jun. 

Afahel Bacon, 
Jofeph Kennedy, 

Wacerm. Shepherd, 

Afa Butt, 

Anthony Broom, 

". Kinne, 

Joel Day, 

Rofwell Morgan 



Sixth BRIGADE, 
John Sedgwick, Brigadier-General. 
14th Regt. Charles Burrall, ju». Lieut. Celonel. 
Adon/jah Strong, ift Major, Elijah Stanton, 2d Major. 

Captains, Lieutenants, Enfigns, 

Light-Infantry Company, 



Jonathan Burrall, 
Marriner Rood, 

Elijah Hoieomb, 
Jared Harrifon, 
I Jofeph Cafe, 
j Jeremiah Phelps, 
1 John Whitney, 
James Johnfon 



Miles Lewis* 
John Aa.ii), 
NatrTl Freeman, 
Daniel Bebee, 
Daniel Johnfon, 
Jofeph Sweet, 
Stephen Holt, 
Lemuel Deming, 
Simeon Jaqua, 



Samuel Tibbalds, Darius Phelps, 



Rufus Stanley. 
James Waller, 
Phineas Chapin, 
Jofeph Rock ley, 
Thomas-Bird, 
Afahel Cafe, 
Rof. M. Richards, 
Daniel Jaqua, 
Henry Mr.derfon, 
.Solomon Curtis, 



17th Regt. Timothy Skinner, Lieut. Colonel, 
Uriah Tracy, ift Major, Samuel Auftin, 2d Major. 



Captains, 

Ephnim Kirby, 
Heber Stone, 
Benjamin Peck, 



Ek/1 



nJlgUf. 



Lieutenants 

L I ® H T - 1 N F A N T R T . 

John Phelps, Thomas Collier. 

Lewis Kilfcorn, Daniel Stoddard, 
Norman Buel, Jonathan Mafon, 
rieztki^h Hopkins, JoeLCatlin, John Buel, 

Levi Ferrall, £amuel Cgmmins, Jofeph Taylor, 

pal v In Comftock, Nathaniel GoodwlnEldad Gibbs, 

: i Scovil, Robert PieYpont, Job Alford, 

Elijah L\tT^] 9 Jofeph Gaylord, 

Samuel Seymour, Samuel Woodruff, -'Samuel Marfll, 



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I . m~***~- -~r * ^- — ' — ■ - - ■ .. . ... 

! I'ljohn Watch, Daniel Landon, John Simmons, 

Thomas Catlin, - Jofeph H. Hopkins, James Marrti, 
Seth Wctmore, Abner Coe, John Tylor. 



25th Regt. Oztas Bronfon, Lieut, Colonel, 

Ifrael Jones, 1 ft Major, Samuel Mills, 2d Major, 



Lieutenants, 
Mofes Kellogg, 
Ifaac Steel, 
John G id dings, 
Benoni Bronfon, 
Solomon Newel, 



Enjigns. 
Stephen Pitkin, 
William Cook, 
Abel Mofes, 
Levi. Bronfon, 
Henry. -Clinton, 



Jonathan A. Miller. Abner Newton. 
Arah Phelps, S.C. Chamberlain 



Captains 

Ellas Kellogg, 

Jonathan Marfti, 

Daniel Beamon, 

Samuel Hulbert, * 

Pelatiah Allen, 

Timothy Coe, 
ff Samuel Blakefle, 
t John Wright, 
I Jofeph Auftin, 
\\, Aaron Richards, 
''[ Timothy Benedict, Peter Corban, 
!| '.Martin Coffet, Abner Cafe, 

H 35th Regt. Mofes Lyman, Lieut. Colonel, 

Si Auguftine Taylor, ift Major, Jefle Bud, 2d Major.' 
Captains, Lieutenants. Enfigns, 

Artillery Company, 
Samuel Canfield, Judfon Canfleld, ift Lt. 



Zebino Smith, 
Phineas Cadwell, 
Afa Wilcox. 



Freedom Wright, 
Jehiel Benharn, 
Biverius Bidwell, 

Jehiel Wilcox. 



I Torrance Dormally,Paul Smith 
Jonathan Buel, Mofes Cook, 

.Benjamin Gold, 

I Abraham Pratt, 

(Andrew Baily, 
Ebenezer Dibble, 
Eli/ha Colman, 



Abel Tharp, 
Daniel Gong, 
Timothy Buel, 
Edmund Bermet, 



Eiias Hart, 
, Daniel Cook, 
Timothy Hale, 



Noah Rogers, 
Oliver Norton, 



Joel Strong, 

Benjamin Bell, 
* Benjamin Hamlii 

David Curtifs, 

Hezekiah Gold, 

Juftus Hale. 



[No Return from the jth Brigade.'] 



L49 ) aaa 

Eighth BRIGADE. 
David Smith, Brigadier-Gcperal. 



13th Regt. Nathaniel Mitchel, Lieut. Colonel, I . 
Joel Hinman, ill Major, Ephraim Hinman, 2d Major. 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enfigns* 

2 Light-Infantry C#m?aniis. 
.H. CumVinj;hamAfa Stoddard, Nath'l Bacon, 
I hineas Smith, Sa muel Wilier, David Hammond, 
amuel Walker, Abijab Miuhel, Seth Minor, 
amuel Munn, John Buiford, Barnum Ofborn, 
Cbenefcer Thomas, Abr'm Brownfon, Mofes Leavenworth 
ofhua Church, Abner Averitt, 
iartimeus FabrigueTruman Richards, Adam Waynor, 
\mos Mitchel, (Lieut. & E*fig* cbojen hut not commifoned. 

(6th Regt. Timothy Taylor, Lieut. Colonel* 
David Baldwin, ift Major, Juftus Barnum, id Major, 
Captains. Lieutenants. Enjigns. 

Timotby Weed, Samuel Barnum, Ruflell B. White, 
Solomon Warner, Joliah Barnum, Benjamin Peck, 
Jolin Foot, Mofs K. Botsford, Ezra Sherman, 

Solo. GloVer, Ezra Northrop, . Comfort Ruggles, 

Eli Taylor, John Perry, Ifaac Rockwell, 

Nathan Douglas, Enos Johnfon, Thomas Hodges, 
Vine Botsford, Gideon Hubble, §ilas Judfon, 
Elijah Beandflee, William Breek, William Chappel, 
Daniel Crowfoot. Alexander M'Lean, > ■ 1 • 



s,' 



f«. 



26th Regt. Aner Bradley, Lieut. Colonel, 

Daniel Potter, ift Major, Wni. Leavenworth, 2d Major. 
[No Return of Captains or Subalterns.] 

29th Regt. David Judfon, Lieut. Colonel, 

Elima Boftwick, ift Major, Daniel Boardman, 2d Major. 
[No Return of Captains or Subalterns. ~\ 

The Governor's HorfeGuard in Hartford. 
Thomas Y. Seymour, Major. Jofeph Hart, Captain. 
AKhbel Wells, jun. Lieut. Theodore Dwight Comet. AU 
Hopkins, §Q* mafier-fergt. Daniel Jones, fcrgeant. 



be Go* 



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Tbe Governors Guard in New- Haven. 

William Lyon, Captain. Jacob Dagget, Lieut. Elihu 
Lyman, Erfign. m 

5th Re'gt. of Cavalry, annexed to the 5th Brigade, 
Andrew Hi) Iyer, Major. 

Captains. Robert Hannah, John A. Sedgwick, Samuel 
Pardey, Elihu Lewis, Charles Cafe, Elijah Coe, Samuel 
Gunn, Solomon Cow let, William Taylor, 

Lieutenants. Seth Martin, Ruflel Hunt, Daniel Gridley, 
Nehemiah Gaylord, Ifrael Cafe, Martin Smith, Thomas 
Coje, Jonathan Cowles, John Talmadge 

Comets, Friend Clark, David Patterfon, Solomon Fifk, 
Chriftopher Jofcnfon, Job Cafe, Roman Filer, Daniel Beech 
er, Chauncey Gleafon, Simeon Mitchel. 

Sjuarttr-Mafters* Lewis Rumfey, Mofes Brick, Ifaac 
Edwards, Matthew Elliot. ■ 

N. B. The foregoing Lift xvas principally copied from Re? 
turns made to the Gtneral Affembly it Q&bbtr 1793. 

Officers of tht United States BANK 1 

Kept at the City of Philadelphia. 
Thomas Willing, Prefdent. 



Thomas Fitzfimons 

Triftram Dalton, 

Henry Nichols, 

James M'Clurg, 

John Watts 

Nkholaa Low 

Andrew Craigie 

Herman Le Roy 

James Davenport 

George i. abot 

Rufus King 

Samuel Breck 

John Kean, Cajhier, Salary 
Georgs Simpfon, frjr -Teller, - - 1500 
Guiiam M'Evers, fee and -Teller, - joeo 
William Lawrancu, prji Book -keeper, icoo 
John Rudd, fecond Bookkeepers - Soa 
Philip Knk, Difcount Clerk, - - 750 
Edward Stow, jun. Ajffant Clerk, - 600 
Guft*vus Rubey, Runmr % - - - 6co 

^*+mmm nifi 1 n«i»n . 1 iOk in ■■»umiT^—A»^«— — — a— m 



William Smith 
Samuel Johnfoa 
James Watfon 
Jofeph Ball 
Ifaac Wharton 
James C. Fiftier 
William Binchara 
Jofeph Anthony 
Archibald M'Call 
Ifrael Whelen 
Robert Smith 
John Lawrance 

- 2700 Dollar*. 



f St ) 
GOVERNMENT of the UNITED STATES**' 



:U 



GEORGE WASHINGTON, President. 

Salary (granted by Con^refs) 25,000 Dol'ars per Annum 

Tobias Ltar, Secretary to the Prejident, 

John Adams, Vice-Prefidcnt. 
(Salary 5000 Dollars per Annum.) 

DEPARTMENT of STATE, &c. 
,Thom33 Jefferfon, Secretary of fate, - - 3 500 Dollars. 
'Alexander Hamilton, Secretary cfTreafury, 3500 
Tench CoXe, CommtJJroner. of Revenue, - 2400 
.Henry Knox, Secretary at fVar, •".. 3000 
Jof. Howell, Accomptant to War Department ',1200 
I Caleb Swan, Pay-mafter to ditto, to rejide near 7 60 Dollars 
bead quarters of the troops, y monthly. 

OlivefWolcott, Comptroller of {he Treafury, 2650 
Richard Hamilton, Audkor ef the Treafury, 2400 
Samuel Meridith, Treafurer^ - - 2400 

Jofeph Nourfe, Regifier of the Treafury, 1750 

SENATORS „ 

Of the third CONGRESS of the United Stated 

[The Pay to eatb Member of the Senate and Houfe o/Repre-' 
fentatives, is 6 Dollars a Day, and the fame Jam fir every 
20 miles travel.^ | 

No perfon is eligible for afenator unlefs he is 30 years of ; 
age, and an inhabitant and citiaenof theflate for 9 years. J 

JOHN ADAMS, Prefident of the Senate. 
The President is to have no Vote, unlefs equally divided, 

Netu-Hampjhira Connecticut* 

John Langdon, 
Samuel Livtrmore, 

Maffachujetts* 
Caleb Strong, 
George Cab&t, 

Rhode -Jfland. 
William Bradford, 
Theodore Fofter, 



( 5* ) 



■t 



Pennfylvania, 
Robert Morris, 
Albert Gallatin, 
Delaware, 
George Read, 
John Vining, 

Mary/and, 
John Henry, 
Richard Potts, 

Virginia* 
James Monroe, 
John Taylor, 

North- Carolina, 
Alexander Martin, 



Benjamin Hawkins, 

South -Carolina, 
Peirce Butler, 
Ralph l2ard, 

Georgia, 
James Gunn, 
James Jackfon, 

Vermont, 
Stephen Rowe Bradley, 
Mofes Robinfon, 

Kentucky, 
John Brown, 
John Edwards. 



' Samuel AUyne Otis, Secretary f the Senate, 
Right Rev. Bifhop White ChapU'm, 
James Mathers, l Door Keeper, 
Cornelius Maxwell, Mejfenger, 
John Fenno, Printer, 

Federal REPRESENTATIVES 

Chofenfcr the Third Con g r e s s of the United States to meet 

tbejirfi Monday in December 1793. 
[Thofe with this Mark (J) were not Members of the 

Second Congrefs*] 
New*Hampssiri, 5 Counties, 

Karnes. Totons, 

Nicholat GHman, Exeter, 

X John S. $be>burne % Portfmoutfe, 
Jeremiah Smithy Peterborough; 

X faint Wingate, Stratham, , 

Masiachusetts and Maine. 

Maine has 5 Counties and 96,540 inhabitants. 
X Henry Dearborn, Pittflon, Lincoln, &c. 

t Peleg Wadfivortb, Portland, Cumberland, 

George Tbacher, Biddeford, York. 

Mass ac hu setts, ia Counties, 378,787 Inhabitants. 
Fifher Amet, Dedham, 'Suffolk & Norfolk, 

Shearjajhuh Bovrue, Barnftable, . Barnftable, 

X David Cobb,^ Taunton, Briftol, 



141,885 Inhabitants. 
Counties, 
Rockingham, 
Ditto, 

Hillfborough, 
Rockingham. 



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■ I LM I LI W i lli <l l »iB»H i 

We/eg Co/fin , jun. Sherburne, Nantuckel, 

% Samuel Dexter, jun* Charleftown, Middlefex, 

J Dxvigbt Fofter, Brookfield, Worcefter, 

Benjamin Goodhue f Salem, Eflex, 

■J Samuel" Ho/ten, Danvers, Ditto, 

J William Lyman, Northampton, Hampfhire, 

Theodore Sedgwick, Stockbridge, Berkshire, 

Artemas Ward* Shrewsbury, Worcelter. 

Rhode-Island has 5 Counties and 68,825 Inhabitants 
Benjamin Bourne, Providence, Providence, 

Francis Malbone, - Newport, Newport, 

Connecticut, 8 Counties, and 237,946 Inhabitants. 

James A, HUlhoufe, New-Haven, New- Haven, 

Amafa Learned, New- London, . New- London, 

X Uriah Tracy, Litchfield, Litchfield, 

Jonathan Trumbull, Lebanon, Windham, 

Jeremiah Wadfiverth, Hartford, Hartford, 

XJofljua Ccit, New-London, New London, 

\Zephaniab Sivift, Windham, Windham 

Nzw-York, has 20 Counties, divided into 10 Diftricls, 
and contains 340,120 Inhabitants. 



It J. E. Van Allen, 
\% Theodorus Bailey, 
|t Philip Van Cortland, 
\ Pete* Van Gaafbeck, 
X Ezekiel Gilbert, 



X Henry Glen, 
James Gordon, 
X Ellas Talbot, 
Thomas Tread well, 
X John Watts. 

New-Jersey, has 13 Counties, and 184,139 Inhabitants 
X John Beatty, I Abraham Clarke, 

iClias Boudinot, 1 Jonathan Dayton. 

'X Lambert Cadwallader, | 

jPennsylvania, 22 Counties, and 434,373 Inhabitants.! 



X James Armftrong, 
William Findley, 
Thomas Fitzfimons, 
Andrew Gregg, 
I Thomas Hartley, 
Daniel Heifter, 
X William Irvine, 



John Wilkes Kirtara, 
William Montgomery, 
Frederick A. Muhlenberg, 
t Perer Muhlenberg, 
X Thomas Scott, 
X John S mi lie. 



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Delaware, has 3 Counties, and 59,094 Inhabitants. 
J John Patten. 

Maryland, has 19 Counties, divided into S Districts, 
and contains 319,728 Inhabitants 



i Gabriel Chriftie, 
I George Dent, 
J Uriah Forreft, 
X William Hindmaa. 



John Francis Mercer, 
William Vans Murray, 
% Samuel Smith, 
X Thomas Sprigg. 



Vine in 1 a, has 87 Counties, divided into 19 Diftri£s, an£ 
contains 747,610 Inhabitants 



! X Thomas Claiborne, 
R Ifaac Coles, 
IWilliamB. Giles, 
Samuel Griffin, 
h George Hancock, 
H Carter B. Harrifon, 
jj John Heath, 
tRichard Bland L»e, 
Jjames Maddifon, 
'Andrew Moore, 



X Jofeph Neville, 
J Anthony New, 
J John Nicholas, 
John Page, 
Jofiah Parker, 
X Francis Preftoa, 
X Robert Rutherford, 
Abraham Venable, 
X Francis Walker. 



|:Nortk-Caroliwa, 60 counties, divided into iodlftri&s, 
and contains 393^750 Inhabitants, 



fji X Thomas Blount, 

I William Johnfon Dawfon, 

\\'X James Gillefpie, 

William Barry Grove, 

X Matthew Locke, 



Nathaniel Macon, 
X Thomas Mebane, 
X Jofeph McDowell, 
X Benjamin Williams, 
X Jofeph Winfton. 



Sovth-Carolika, 65 Counties, divided into 6 di ft rifts, 

and contains 249,073 Inhabitants. 
t Lemuel Benton, t J Andrew Pickens, 

X Alexander Gillon, J William Smith, 

X John Hunter, ! J Richard Winn. 

Georgia, has 11 Counties, and 82,458 Inhabitants. 
Abraham Baldwin, | J Thomas Peter Games. 

Vermont, has 7 Counties, and 85,929 Inhabitants. 
Nathaniel Niles, | Ifrael Smiih. 

Kentucky, has 73.677 Inhabitants. 
[ Chrlftopher Greenup, j Alexander D. Orr. 



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TABLE of FEES, 

To be taken in ri>*/<"i/*r*/Cuftom-Houfes of the United States ; 
agreeably to the Laws o/*Congrefs. 
For the Admeasurement of Veffels to be Regiftered. 
Vefleis of ioo Tons and under, •necent per Ton. 
If above ioo Tons, and under 200 tons, 150 cents* 
If above 200 tons, two hundred cents, 

Admeajurement of Veffels to be Enrolled. 
VeffeU of 5 Tons and under 20, fifty cents, 
Veffels of 20 Tons to jo,feventy five cents. 
Veffels above 70, to 100 Tons, one hundred cents, 
Veffels above 100 Tons, one hundred and fifty cents* 

JFV«*/Regiftry, 

For every Certificate of Regiftry, two hundred cents* 
For every Certificate of Record, two hundred cents. 
For every Bond required by the A6t, twenty five cents, 
iFor evety Endorfement, one huudred cents. 

Fees of Enrolling and Licencing, 
Every Certificate of Enrollment, fifty cents. 
Every Bond therefor, twenty five cents. 
Every Licence, including the Bond, if tfee Veffel be 20 

Tons or under, twenty five cents. 
ilf above 20 and not more than ioo Tons, fifty cents* 
It above 100 Tons, one hundred cents. 
jEvery Endorfement on a Certificate of Enrollment, 20 cents. 
iEvery Endorfement on a Licence, twenty cents. 

Fees for the acl'ive Bufinefs in the Foreign Trade. 
iFor the Clearance of every Veffel for a foreign Port, if un- 
| der 100 Tons, one hundred and fifty cents. 
If more than 100 Tons, two hundred and fifty cents* 
For every Cocket, twenty cents. 
For every BUI of Health, twenty cents. 
For every Sea Letter, twenty cents. 

Every Bond given by Exporters for Drawback or Bounty 
feventy cents 

Fees in the Coafting Trade. 
For certifying a Manifeft and granting a Permit to proceed 



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from one Diftndt to another, it the Vetiei be licenced 

and lefs than 50 Tons^ twenty five cents. 
If above 50 Tons, fifty cents. 
For receiving a Manifeft, and granting a Permit for a lic- 
enced VerTel, if under 50 Tons, twenty five cents. 
If above 50 tons, fifty cents. 
For certifying a Manifeft, and granting a Permit to proceed] 

fromDiftria to Diftrid, if the Vetfel be Regiftercd, cne\ 

hundred and fifty cents. 
For granting 4 Permit and receiving a certified Manifeft of 

fuch Veifel, one hundred and fifty cents. 
For receiving a Manifeft and granting a Permit to a foreign 

VerTel t? proceed from one Diftrid to another, two 

hundr?4 cents. , 

For receiving a Manifeft and granting a Permit to unload 

for fuch VerTel, tw$ hundred cents { 
For granting a Permit to a VerTel licenced to carry on the 

Fifljery to trade at foreign Ports, twenty five cents. 
For the Report and Entry of any foreign Goods imported 

in. fuch VerTel, twenty five cents. 
For the Clearance of every VerTel having made a partial 

Entry, certifying the Manifeft and the Bond, eighty eents. 
If any thing Is.- carried Coaftwife, two Manifcfts thereof 

muft be made, one to befretained, 150 cents more. 
For every Addition to the Manifeft of a VerTel going coaft 
I wife, which anfwers to a Cocket in the foreign erade, 
, twenty cents. 

United States Irnpoft and Excife DUTIES, 

Payable on Goods, Wares and Merchandise 
imported after the 30th of June, 1792. 
LE, Beer, and Porter, per gallon, 8 cents. 
Boots, per pair, 50 cents. 
Bricks, 'te*n per cent. 
Buckles, fhoe and knee, ten per cent. 
Buttons, all kinds, ten per cent. 
Cabinet Wares, ten per cent. 
Cables, per cwt. i3o cents. 
Candles, of taiiovv, per pound, 1 cents. 

Ditto, of wa"jt or fpermaceti, per pound, 6 cents. 
Cards, Vv6>l and cotton, per dozen, 50 cents. 



I Ditto, playing, per pack, 25 cents. 

I Carriages — eoach, chariot, phaeton, ") , .. „ 

,-r 1 • r 1 - ci I 1 ^ and an halt 

. chaife, chatr, folo, or ofher car- )> 5 
riages, or parts of carriages, J P er ce * * 

.Cheefe, per pound, 4 cents. 

Carpets and carpeting, mats and floor cloths, 10 per cent 

jchins-ware, fifteen percent. 

Chocolate, per pound, 3 cento, 

Clocks and watches, ten per cent. 

Coal, per buftrel, 4 cents and an half. 

Cocoa, per pound, 2 cents. 

Coffee, per pound, 4 cents. 

Cordage and Cables, tarred, per hundred wt. 1S0 cents. 
Ditto untarred, and Yarn, per hundred wt. 225 cents. 

Cotton, per pound, 3 cents. 

Dolls, Toys, Cofmeticks, Dentrifices, &c. ten per cent. 

Drugs, medicinal (except thofe in dying) ten percent* 

Earthen ware, ten per cent. 

Fans, Flowers, and other female ernamenu 7 

fortbeheafl. - - J 10 per cent 

Fire-arms, fifteen per cent. 

Glafs— looking, window and other glafs,! 

and afJ manufactures of glafs, except > 15 per cent, 
quart bottles, - - J 

Gloves, Mittens and Hofe, ten per cent. 

Glue, fifteen percent. 

GoVd and Silver Lace, ten per cent. 

Gold wares, ten per cent. 

Groceries (except articles elfewhere enumerated) viz. 
Cinnamon, Cloves, Mace, Nutmegs, Gin-") 
ger, Annifeed, Currants, Dates, Figs, Plumbs, j 
Prunes, Raifins, Sugar-candy, Oranges, Le- f 10 
tnoris, Limes, and generally all Fruits and : percent. 
Comfits ; Olives, Capers, Pickles of every I 
fojc. } Oil, Muftard in flour, J 

Gun-Powder, 10 percent. Hair- Powder, 15 per cent. 

Hats, Caps, and Bonnets of every fort, ten per cent. 

Hemp, per hundred weight, ioo cents. 

Indigo, per pound, 25 cents. " 

Iron — caft, flit, roiled and manufactured, ten percent. 

Lace, gold and filver, ten per ctnt. 



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Laces, lines, fringes, tafllls, and trimmings 1 

commonly ufed by Upholfterers, coach- >i 5 per cent 

makers and facUlers, - J 

Lampblack, ten per cent. 
Lead, bar and other, per pbund, 1 cent. 
Leather, tanned or tawed, and Manufactures 7 _ 

of Leather not 01 herwife rated, - J IO ^ cem 
Malt, per bufhel, ten cents. 
Marble, flats and other ftones,tahles,mortars' 7 

and other utenfils of marble or (late, J per cem# 
Millinery, ready made, ten per cent. 
Molaffes, per gallon, 3 cents. 

Mufltsts, Piftols, and other Fire-arms, fifteen per cent. 
Nails, per pound, 2 cents. 

Packthread and Twine, per hundred wt. 400 cents. 
Painters'" Colours, dry or ground in oil, fifteen per cent. 
Paper-writing, wrapping, pafteboard, 7 

fheathing and cartridge, J r 

Paper-hangings, fifteen per cent. 
Parchmnet and Vellwm, ten per cent. 
Paftework and Jewelry, ten per cent. 
Pepper, per pound, 6 cents. 
Pi&tires and Prints, ten per cent. 

Pimento, per pound, 4 cents. Plated Ware, ten per cent. 
Porter, beer and ale, in cafks, per gallon, 8 cents. 
Pewter, tin, copper', hrafs, iron and fted wares, to percent. 
Salt, not exceeding in weight 561b. per bufhel, 12 cents. 
Salt, Glauber, per nzlb. 200 cents. 
Shoes and Slippers for children, per pair, 7 cents. 
Shoes and Slippers of fi Ik, per pair, 20 cents* 
All other Shoes and Slippers, for Men or 7 <.-«♦. 

Women, Clogs and Golofhoes, per pair, J J 
Silver and Gold Lace, and Silver Ware, ten per cent. 
Sail Cloth, ten per dent. 

Slate ftones, and tstenfils thereof, ten per cent. 
Soap, per pound, 2 cents. Snuff, per pound, 10 cents. 
Spirits imported, diftilled wholly or chiefly from Grain, vix, 

Firft clafs of* proof, - per gallon, 28 cents.. 

Second clafs of proof, - 29 cents. 

Third clafs of proof, - .-• 31 Cents. 

Fourth claft of proof, « •-- ----- 34 cents. 

I Fifth clafs of proof, - 40 cents. 



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$ixtb chit V proof, - — "-».— 50 cents 

Spirits, all other diftiird, of the fecond 

clafs of proof and under, - per gallon, 2$ cents. 

Pf the 3d clafs of proof and under, -— 28 cents, 

Of the4th clafsof proof and under, — 32 cents. 

Of the 5th clafs of proof and under, -~ 38 cenrs 

Of the 6th clafs of proof and under, -- 46 cents 

Spirits diftiird wholly or in fart from MolafTes, 
Sugar, or $tber foreign materials, 
Firft clafs of proof, - per gallon, to cents 

Second clafs of proof, ,- - — 11 cents, 

Third clafsof proof ? j --•- -— «■- 12 cents, 

Fourth clafs of proof, r -— 14 cents 

Fifth clafs of proof, - .-,—-- 18 c*nts. 

Sixth clafs of proof, - — — ,- ?5 cents 

Spirits d'ifti'Vdfrom materials of the growth 
or produce of the United States. 
Firft clafs of proof, - per gallon, 

Second clafs of proof, 
Third clafs of proof, 
Fourth clafs of proof, 
Fifth clafs of proof. 
Sixth clafs of proof, 

Stills of lefs capacity than 400 gallons, to pay a yearly 
duty 54 cents for every gallon, wine meafare including 
the head thereof $ to be at the opinion of the proprietors 

Spikes^ per pound, 1 cent. 

Steel unwrooght, per hundred weight, 100 cents. 

Sugar brown, per pound, 1 cert and an Half. 
Ditto, loaf, per pound, 5 cents. 
Ditto, aU others, per pound, 2 cents and an half. 

Swords, CutlaiTes, and other fide arms, fifteen per cent. 

jTeas/nw China or India, in VeJJ'eh vftke United States. 
Bohea Tea, - per pound, 10 cents 

Souchong ano* other black Teas , «-— -• .1, iS cenis. 

HyfonTea, -' __ — - 32 cenxsy 

Other green Teas, - ... , ■■» 20 cenfs.i 

From EurOjpe^ in Peffelsas above. 

Bohea Tea, ' per pound, 



7 cents. 

% cents. 

.9 cents 
. 11 cents. 
. 1 3 cents 
-18 cents 



Souchong and other black Teas, — — 

Hyfon, 

ptjier green Teas, 



12 cents.' 
21 cents, 
40 certs/ 

24 vOtffS. 



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Teas imported in any other manner, 
Bohea Tea, - - per pound 18 cents# 

Souchong and other black Teas, — ■ 27 cents, 

ftyfon Tea, - — — — 50 cents. 

Other green Teas, - — ■■ 30 cents. 

Tiles, ten per cent. . 

Tabacco, manufactured, per pound, 6 cents. 
Toys, Dentifrices and Cofmeticks, ten per cent; 
Twine and Packthread, per hundred weight, 400 cents* 
Vellum And Parchment, ten per cent. 
Wafers, fifteen per cent. 
Wares, earthen, ftone,goId,filver, & plated, 7 cent. 

tin, pewter, copper, iron, Jjrafs and fteel, 3 ™ 
(Watches and Clocks, ten per cent. 1 
Wine, Madeira, London particular, per gallon, 56 cents. 

MaaVrra, quality of London market, per gal. 49 cents. 



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Other Madeira wine, 

Sherry, 

Saint Lucar, 

Lifbon, 

TenerifTe and Fayal, 

Oporto, 

All other Wines, 



forty per 



40 cents. 
«— — . 33 cents. 
*>— —- 30 cents. 
•*- ' mmmt 25 cents. 
_ — a© cents. 
— — .. 25 cents, 
cent, ad valorem, 



but fo as not to exceed 30 oents per gallon 
Yarn, per hundred weight, 225 cents. 
j All goods, wares and merchandize (other *") twe i ve 



than Teas)imported directly fromChina )> h ^r 
or India, in foreign veflels 



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per cent. 



All other Goods not herein before enumerated, on the 
value thereof, feven and an half per cent. 
Except the following Articles, exempted from Duty, viz. 
Bullion, Tin in pigs, Tin Plates, Old Pewter, Brafs, 
Teutenague, Iron and Brafs Wire, Copper in plates, pigs 
and bars, Lapis Calaminaris, unmanufactured Wool, 
Wood, Sulphur, Saltpetre, PlaiAer of Pari?, Wool, dying 
Woods and dying Drugs, raw Hides & Skins, undrets'd 
Furs of erery kini, the Sea-Stores of veflels, the Cloaths, 
Books, Houfchold Furniture, and the Tools or Imple- 
ments of the Trade or ProfefTion of Perfons vi ho come 
to rerlde in the United States ; Philofophical Apparatus 
for any Seminary of Learning $ all Goods intended to 







be re-exported to a foreign Pdrt, in the Veilci »n which 
they fhall be imported ; and all Articles of the growth^ 
produa or manufactures of the United States. 

The Duty on Horfes, Cattle, Sheep, Swine, and other 
ufeful Beafts, imported for Breed, is repealed. 

Foreign Goods, fubjecT to duty, are forfeited, together 
with the veifel, if imported in any veflel under yet tons. ' 

Captains of VefTels are to deliver their Letters at the_Poft- 
Qflice, before they can make Entry. 

By Acl of Ccngrefs regulating VeflWs employed in the 
Coafting Trade and Fisheries. 

NO licence granted to any vefjel Jhall be esnfidcred inferce 
aay longer than fuebveflet is owned, sndoftbt defcrip.' 
(ion as Jet forth infucb licence ; no veffel can carry on any other. 
employment than that for which fie is fpeoially licenced, under 
*/>< nalty of forfeiture of veJJ'el and cargo 5 every viJJ'el of 20 tons 
ar.d upwards muft it enrolled and licenced, and every veffel be-* 
five in five and twenty tons muft be licenced, and if found trad'~\ 
ing between d:JhicJ and diftricl, ir between different places in. { 
the fame^difti icl, without being thxs enrolled or licenced, if la- \ 
den with goods not dutiable, or in bull aft, Jhali he liable toftes 
and tonage as foreign vcffels ; and if dutiable goods are on beard 
the veJJ'el and lading is forfeited £ any, enrolled or licenced vejJA 
'proceeding on a foreign voyage without being f duly regiftered, 

' ' n three days 
without her\ 

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tolled vejfel JbaU bejold in whole or in part:, or altered informM 

burthen, or denomination, the J aid veffel Jball be enrolled anc<iv-,n 

*dnd in caje cf a transfer*, there muft be an inftrument in it/r;/-!" 

ing, in nature of a bill of fate, reciting, st length ,t be enrollment J. 

]*mhiih inftrumentl'ts to be produced at tb* cuftotn-houfe, in order 

*to obtain a new enrollment, the bend for the enrollment, or for,. 

\the licente is to be given, by the pwver or mafler and one or mere 

ifccurities ; a change of the mafter muft be endorfed by the col-., 

leclcr en the cnrillment and licence, and the mafter or owtreA 

mufi be prefent at the time ; a licenced veffel arriving from] 

\cne diftrxel to another in the fame or adjoining ftate, having 

. •« board fthn* than- 500 gallons offpirits, or 250 gallons of, 

j wine * or ^ooolb.fugar, tfot 500/^. teas or icoo/b. of coffee y or 



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foreign merchandise exceeding in value 400 dollars, or any 

*ds of dutiable articles exceedirg in value 800 dollars, muft 

hclear and enter ; and if defined from a diftritl in one fate to. 

\\any other than in an adjoining fate , mf clear and enter in all\ 

■ [cafes j when a veffel licenced to carry on theffberies. intends t& 

J touch and trade at any foreign place, the vrafter muft previous* 

ko his departure obtain a permtffion far that purpofe j if thei 

\mafter of a veffel employed in the tranfportation of goods from* 

ktiftritf to diftritl fball put in a part, otbsr than the cne to 

'which he is defined, he ft ball make report of his arrival within^ 

!^4 hours ; every veffel, before being enroled or licenced in the 

\Sftrft irfance % muft be meafured by a purveyor. 



BY the laft Registering Act it is provided that, 
when any Veffel frail be fid in whole, or in part, or al*\ 
frtercd inform, burthen or denomination, the /aid veffel frail be 
regifte red anew 5 and in cafe of a Transfer, that there frail be\ 
an inftrum-nt in writing,, in nature ,f a bill of fak,, reciting at { 
\\} s r.gth the. regifter~*~>whicb irfrument is to be produced at the 
'* cufi ,-n-ho fe, in order to ohtain a new regifer,and if the former 
regfer (hall not be delivered up as required by faid atl, tie 
owner forfeits ^co dollars — the rcgifer bond is *o he given by 
the owner , mafler, and one or more fur -eties. That, upon the 
^entrance of every vejpl cf the United States^ from any foreign 

IX port, the owner /hall make oath that, to the b eft of his hiow-\ 
■ fedgz and belief, the Regfer of fitch veffel contains the names 
■I bf all the perfons who are then owners of faid veffel, or, if any 
part has be n transferred, that fuch is the cafe \ and that no fo~ 
t\ign fubjetj or ci-.ixen fiatb any fr are, hy way of truft,cenfl- 
dince,or olherwife, in fuch veffel — and, if the owner does not 
\ n-fde at i be port of entry, the mafler frail make oath to the like 
\ fffeft* If 'any vejjel is found without her name, and the name 
\ rfthe port te which fje behngs, painted on her fern, the owner 
• forfeits $0 dollars, one half to any p erf on giving the information* 
jjj If any Regfer f jail be knowingly ufed for any veffel not then 
J atlually entitled to the benefit of it, fuch veffel frail be forfeited,* 
j\ The owner or mafler muft be prefent at the time of endorfng- 
\ a chnr.^e of the rrafrer. 
|| The laze 'is the fame with refpefl to enrolled vffflls, 

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Appropriations for the fupport of Government 

of the United States, for the Tear 1793. 
[T\\e Approprlathm are not to exceed One million^ five bun- 
dred and eighty -nine tboufand, forty-four Dulla; s, and fc- 

irttl/y-tlCQ CttitlA 

TT^OR the compenfations granted to the 7 Dollars. Cti- 
£/ Prefident and Vice Prefidenr, 5 30,000 
For the members of the Senate and Houfe of 
Reprefentatives, their officers and attend- 
ants, for a feflF/on of fix months, - 143,591 
Salaries of the Doorkeepers of the Senate, &c. 1,233 68 
For txpences of firewood, flationary, printing 

woik, &c. of the two Houfes of Cengreftj 9j^5 2 
For Hrt$kmg good a deficiency in the office of 

Cl'eik of the Houfe of Reprefentative*, _ ^% 
TothcChief Juttice, AfTociats JuHges, Djitrt& 

Judges, and Attorney General, - - 43,200 
For defraying the experts of profeewtions for 

offences again!* the United States, &c. - 4,000 
Forcompehfation to theSecretary of Treafury, 

Clerks, and others employed in his office, $,350 

For Salaries of his two principal Clerks, - 1,643 *% 
For expenfeof ftotionary, printing, and other 

contingencies in ihz Treafury office, - - 500 j 
To the Comptroller of the Treafury, Clerks, 

and other perfons employed in his office, - 9*450 

For theencreafed ftlary of the Comptroller, 2.60 82 

For llationary, printing, &c. In his office, - 6co 

For the Auditor of the Treafury, Clerks, Sic, 10,4^0 

For the encreafetl faLry of the Auditor, - 260 82 

For (xationary, printing, &c in his office, - 600 | 

For the RegifWof the Treafury, Clerks, &c. i2,6co 

For the encresfrd falary of the RegiAer, . 326 

For making good deficiencies in 1792, - 100 

For ftatiohary, printing, &c. in his office, - 2,000 

For the Treafurcr* Klerks &c. in his office, 4,100 

For the encreafed falary of the Treafurer, &c. v 530 68 ! 

For firewood, fiationary, printing, &c. - 450 
For theCommilTioner of theRe venue, Clerks, Sec. 4,100 
for falary due to the Gbmmiflioner of Revenue, 

I Clerks, &c. from the efla bit foment thereof, 2,873 

■" ■■ w in - t « m ■ ■ ■a -nra* mnnm rnZ Xw \\m 1 i i iwwM i rr i ati 'rniij^ m 



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For ftationary, printing, &c. in his office, 300 

For making good the deficiencies for contin- 
gencies of the Treafury department, - 2,400 
For payment of rent for feveral Houfes em- 
ployed in the Treafury department, - * 2,489 
For wood and candles in the Treafury offices, 1,20a 
For compenfation to the Loan officers, - 13,250 
For ftationary & Clerks, in the Loan Offices, 32,729 
To make good deficiencies forfimilar expenfes, 1,650 
For the Secretary of State, Clerks, &c. - 6,300 
For defraying the expenfe of collecting the 
laws of the federal States, publifhifirg the 
laws of Congrefs, and other expenfes, - 1,85* 
For deficiencies in the Secretary's office, - 93 

For Comrniffioners fof fettlement of accounts 
between the United States, and the indivi- 
dual States, Clerks, &c. - - 6,650 
Fy-r expenfes of the Board of Commiffioners, 407 
For the Governors, Secretaries and Judges of 
I the territories N. W. and S. of the Ohio, 10,300 
:For iiationary, office-rent, patents for lands 
I and other expenfes in fald territories, - 700 
For tne payment of penfioas to Irivalids, §2,245 
For annua! allowance to Baron Steuben, 2,500 
For payment of fundty penfuns granted by 

the late Government, - - 2767 

J [For the maintenance and repairs of Light-Houfes, 
i Beacons, Piers, Stakes and Buo;,s, 20,000 

For the farther expenfe of ten Cutters, - ^000 
For purch^fmg Hydror.cters for the ufe of the 

Officers of the Cuftoms, r - 1,500 

JFor making good deficiencies for like purpofe, 61^0 
1 or payment of fuch demands of the Treafury 

allowed by the Officers, not provided for, 5,169 
For the Secretary at War, Clerks, &c. 7>°50 

For the increafed Salary of the Chief Clerk, J30 

•For fvewaod, flationary, printing, and other 

contingent expenfes of the office, - 600 

For the Accountant to the War Department, 4,200 
For falary t© the Accountant, Cleiks, and ex- 
penfes, due to the office in 1792, 1,165 



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For contingent expenfes in the war department, 300 i 
For four year's rent for buildings and offices of 

the Secretary of War and Accountant, 1,666 66 

For fa4aries to ftorckcepers of Arfenals, rents | 

for magazines, payment of laborers, coop- 
ers, &c. in taking care of military rtores, 7»^35 3* 
For 500 Rifles purchafed in 1792, - 6,000 

For repairing of arms, equipment of cannon, 

and other articles in the ordnance departm. 10,000 
For the sxpenfes of the Indian department, 50,000 
For the pay of the Troops, - 304,308 

For Subfiftence, - - 31^,567 75 

For Forage, - - 34,85^ j 

For Cloathing, p . - 112,000 

For equipments for Cavalry, • - 5,000 

For Horfes for Cavalry, - - 5,000 

For Hofpital Department, - - 45,000 

For Quarter Matter's Department, 100,000 

For Maps, Expreffes, printing, advertifing, 
lofs of ftores, ipprehending deferters, and 
other expenfes in the War department, 30,000 

For the defenfive Protection of the Frontiers, 50,000 
For the Payment of Bo unties, 1 5,240 

Befdes the above Appropriations, there is a S%m granted by\ 
Congrefs, not to exceed 59,107 Dollars and 41 Cents, far 
defraying certain fpecifc Demands in the year 1 793, among 
ivbich are the foil 'owing, viz. 
For purcbafmg two lots of ground with the buildings, and; 
for erecting others, and for purclTafing materials for th#j 
life of the Mint, 72,079 Dollars and 78 Cents. 
For Salaries, due to the Officers of the Mint to 

December 1792, 2,694 Dollars and $8 Cents. 
For falaries to the Officers of the Mint, Clerks, Workmen, 

&c. for one year, 11,500 Dollars. 
The other Appropriations are for Claims on Government 
for Services done ; fu«;h as bringing Votes to the Seat of 
Government, pay to the Adjutant-general under Gen. 
St. Clarr,witrjefies attending on the enquiry of St.Clair's 
coudua, building Light- Houfes, extra fervict* of clerks, 
dcor- keepers, and others, for printing and expenle of 
books, and making geld deficiencies of former Appro- 
priations,' &s. &c. ' i 



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I Rates ofGdCD and SILVER Coin sp" r 

As eftablijhed by an Aft cf Congrefs, Feb. 9, 1793. 

THAT after the 1 it day of July 1793, foreign Gold 
and Silver Coins (hall pafs current as Money within 
the United States, and be a legal tender for the payment 
of all debts and demands, at the fcveral rates as Joilows, 
and not ojt her wife, viz. 

The gold coins of Great-Britain and Portugal, of their 
prefent flandard, at the rate of one hundred cents fcfr tveiy 
twenty feven grains of the actual weight thereof 5, the. gold 
coins oiFrance y Spain, and the dominions 1 of Spain t of tUeir 
prefent ftandard, at the rate of one hundred cents for every 
twenty feven grains and' two-fifths of a grain, of the actual 
I weight thereof. Spantfb rhill'd Dollars, at the rate, of one 
hundred unts for each Dollar, the a&ual weight whereof 
not to be lei's than 17 pennyweights and 7 grains \ and in 
jproportion for the parts of a dollar. Crowns of. Fr^/z^, at 
f jthe rate of one hundred and ten. cents , for each Crown, the 
a&ual weight whereof not to be kfs than 18 pennyweights 
ancj 17 grains, and in proportion for the parts of a Crown.' 
But no foreign Com that may" have been, or mail be, ifTued 
fubfequent to the rirft day of Jan. 1792, fhali be a fencer 
as aforefaid, until famples thereof fhall have bctn found, 
by afTay at tfie Mint, to be conformable to the refpective 
standards required, and proclamation thereof maii' have 
been made by the Prefideftt of the United Stares 

That at the expiration of three years next enfuing the 
Hinle when the coinage of gold & niver fhali commence at 
f 'the Mint of the Vniited States (which time will be anncun- 
1 ced by theprodanjiticn of the Preficient of the United 
Stales) at! foreign Gold Coins, and all foreign Silver Coins, 
except Spd'tfift mff^d UolLrs, and parts of fuch Dollars,; 
are to ceafe to be a tender. 

That all foreign Gold and Silver Coins (except Spar.ifb _ 
milTd Dollars, and parts of fuch Dollars) which mall bej 
received in payment for Monies due to the United States:, 
'after the U : c\ time, when the coining of Gold and Silver 
Coins mall beacin at the Mint of the United States, Jhall, 
, previously to tiie'r being iiTued in circulation, be coined a 
new, in conformicy to the Ac>*fore!labiiming a Mint. 



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'jUDICIARYtf the UNO'EDS'TaTES' 



John Jay, of New- York, Chief Jujlke cf Supreme Court. 
.'William Cufliing, of Mafrachufetts, ") 
James Wiilfon, of Pennfylvailia, | AJf^ciate Judges 
John Biair, of Virginia, !>35 00 Dollaueach 

James liedel, of North-Carolina, { pei ann. 

William Paterfon, of New'- Jcrfey, J 

Edmund Randolph, of Virginia, Attoroey-Gcntral. 
Salary 1900 Dollars. 
Samuel Bayard, of Philadelphia, Clerk. 

DiftriEl. Judges, &c. 

For the Dillnd of Malm. 
Davfd Sewall, Judge, Salary icoq Dollars per ann 
William Lishgow, jun. Att-jmey. 
John Hobby, Marfb&l. 
Henry Sewall, Clerk. 
[Attomies and M.trfba!s have Few, but no Salaries.] 
Drftrift of NiivAI&mpjlSire* 
John Sullivaa, Judge, 1000 DuUats. 
Samuel Sherburne, jun. Attorney. 
Nathaniel -Rogers, Marjbal. 

> Dtfrifl- of Mafachujetts. 
John Lowell, Judge, i^oo' Dollars. 
Chriftopher Gore, Attorney. 
Nathan Geodale, Clerk. 
John Erookss Marjbal. 
, Samuel Bradford, Deputy Marjbal. 
Diftria Of Khode-ljland. 
Henry March>n*, Judge, 800 Dollars. 
•Vacant, Attorney, by the death of Wm. Channing. 
William Peck, Marjkai. 

DirtrJO of Gonne&icat. 
Richard Law, Judge, 1000 Dollars. 
Pierpont Edwards, Attorney. 
Philip B. Bradley, MarfiaL 
Simeon Baldwin, Clerks 

Diftrid of New-York. 
James Duano, Judge, 1500 Dollars, 
Richard Harrifon, A'torney.- 
Aquila Giles, MarjbaL ' 



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DUtrift of New Jerjey. 
Robert Morris, Judge, 1000 Dollars. 
Abraham Ogden, Attorney* 
Thomas Luwrey, MarfiaL 

Diftrift of Pennfylvania, 
Richard Peters, Judge, 1600 Dollars* 
William Rayvle, Attorney, 
Clement Bid'dle, Marjhaly 
Samuel Caldwell, Clerk, 

Diftridl of Delaware, 
Gunning Bedford, Judge, Soo Dollars. 
George Read, Attorney y 
Allen M'Lean, MarfiaL 

Diftria of Maryland, 
William Paca, Judge, 1500 Dollars, 
Zebulon Hollingfworrh, Attorney, 
Nathaniel Ram fey, MarfiaL 

D» ft rift 01 Virginia, 
Cyros Griffin, Judge, 1800 Dollars, 
Alexander Campbell, Attorney, 
David Mead Randolph, MarfiaL 

Diftricl of North Carolina, 
John Sitgraves, Judge, 1500 Dollars, 
William Hill, Attorney, 
John Skinner, Mar/haL 

Diftria of Soutb-Garolina. 
Thomas Bee, Judge, 1800 Dollars, 
Thomas Parker, Attorney, 
Ifaac Huger, MarfiaL 

Diftrict of Georgia, 
Nathaniel Pendleton, Judge, 1 500 Dollars, 
Matthew M'Caliifter, Attorney, 
Robert Forfyth, Mar/haL 

Diftrift of Vermont* 
Nathaniel Ch'pman, Judge, 800 Dollars, 
Stephen Jacobs, Attorney, 
Lewis R, Morris, MarfiaL 

Diftrift of Kentucky 
Harry Inn!s> Judge, 8co Dollars, 
George Nicholas, Attorney, 
Samuel M'Dowal, MarfiaL 



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FEDERAL COURTS. 

SUPREME COURT. At the Seat of Government, on 
the tirft Mondays of February and Auguii annually. 
CIRCUIT COURTS. 
Eastern Circuit. — In Neiu-Hampftnre, at Portf- 
mouth on the 27th day of May, and at Exeter on the 24th 
day of Otlo. — In MaJJacbufetts, at Bofton, 7th day of June 
and 12th Oclo. — In Rhode IJland, at Newport the iqih of 
June, and at Providence the 7th Nov.— In ConneBicut, at 
New-Haven the 25th day of April, and at Hartford, ihe 
25th of Sept. — In Neiv Turk, at New- York, 5th days of 
April and Sept.— In ferment, at Windfor and Bennington, 
alternately, beginning at the fu ft, on the 12th day of May 
annually. 

I Middle Circuit. In Ne<w-Jerfsy, at Trenton, 2d 
days of April and Ofto.— In P en nfyl'vania, at Philadelphia, 

I nth days of April andOfto In Delaware, atNewcaftle, 

.and Dover, alternately, the 27th days of April and Oclo.— 
In Maryland, at Annapolis & Eafton, alternately, 7th days 
May and Nov.— In Virginia, at Richmond, on the 22d days 
of May and Nov. 

j Sou therm Circuit.— In NortJ>-Caro/:na, at Raleigh 
ift day of June, and 30th day of Nov.*— In South-Carolina, 
;a*Charlefton,on the 25th day of October, and at Columbia 
the 12th of May.---In Georgia, at Savannah, 25th i day of 
April, and in each fucceeding year at Augufta, the 8 th .] 
day of Nov. \Wben any of /aid days happen on Sunday, 
the C§urt is ib begin an the next day. ] 
; DISTRICTCOURTS. 
I In the diftriel of Maine, at Portland and Pownalhorou gh 
alternately, ift Tuefday of Ivlarch, and third Tuefday of 
ijune, and ift Tuefdays of Sept. and Dec-In^w-ifflm^- 
■Jhire, alternately at Exeter and Portfmouth, 3d Tuefday * 
of March, June, Sept. and Dec.-- In Majachufetts, alter, 
nately at Bofton and Salem, ift Tuefdays of March, June, 
jSept. and Dec. ---In ConncBicut, alternately at Hartford and 
(New-Haven, 3d Tuefdays of Feb. May, Aug;, and Novem- 
ber.- In New-Tork, at the city of New- York, ift Tuef- 
days of Feb. May, 'Au#. and Nov. — In Ne^v-Jerfey, al 
jternately at New-Brunfwick Sc Burlington, ift Tuefdays of 
JlFeb. May, Aug. and Nov.-- -In Pennsylvania, at Phila.- 
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-lA* —.:-- __• 

drlphia, ad TuefHays frF Feb. May, Aug. & Nov. ---Ii. 
• .Of/aware, alternately atNe-wcatlleand Dover, 4th v i uefday* 
J f Fc>. May, AtJ£. and Nov.--. In Maryland, alternately 
jar B; Irimoie and gallon, 1 ft Tiiefrfayj of Match, June* Sept 
j-ind Dec— -In Virginia, alternate])- ar Richmond and Wil- 
|i;aii)<burgh, 3d Tuefdays qf Maich, June, Sept, & Dec-.-* 
I |i.n kentucky, at Harroofourg, 3d 1 uef.iays of March, Jum, 
t&cpf* and i-ec^—ln A\ Carclina, at Newborn, Wilmington 
•and Ecienron, in rotation, ifi {Mondays 0/ July, Ccl. Jan 
land Apr?:.— In 5. Carolina, at CI a-!efton, id Mondays in 



Vlarch and Sept. ift Monday in July, and id Monday in 
ec. — In Georgia^ alternately at- Savannah and Augufta, 
i Tuefdays of .Mar. h, June, £ept. and Dec-r-in Rhode- 
Jfisnd. alternately ar Newport snd P:oviderir;e, ift Mon- 
days of Au> Nov, Feb. and HlajwH? In -- Jftrjfaatf, at Rut 
bnd and Windfor, ifl Mondays in May, Aug. Nov. and 
"sb. 



Comrniffioners of Lo a n s . 

Ne-m-Ilampjliye, William Gardner, 6jb Dollars 

'MaJJ'achufettSy Nathaniel Appleton, 1500 

Rhode. Ijland t Jahea Bowen, 6co 

CrmneFtirut, William Imlay, icoo 

Ne<w-Y.ork y John Cochran, J 500 

New - yerfcy , Ja mes Swine:, 7 co 

Pcnnfvii>ania, Thomas Smith, 15c© 

Dilxwarc, James Tilion, 6co 

Maryland, Berjsrnin Karwood, 1000 

Virginia, and ? T , ry , . . „* 

Kentucky, \ J° L " H °P k,nS > '5°° 

Nortb-Carollnay William Skinner, icoo 

South-Carolina, [bhn NeufvUle, icco 

Georgia, ~K it hard Willis, 700 

The Com mijfi oners of L>a*s in the fcveral States are to be 

aUmv.ed necetfary fiaiionary, aifo the hire of Clerks tc 

afiUfc in theduties of fchfif refpeclive Offices. 

William Irvine, 1 *~~CcmwiJi oners for pftffw 

Woodbury Langdon, > Accounts beiivun the United 

John Kean, J States and individual States 

The Saiary allowed is i'ajo Dollars per annum each. 

The principal Clerk, 800 Dollars. _„_ 



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Ministerial and Confular Appointments, 
From the United States at foreign t 'luces. (France 

GOVERN EUR Morrio, MinifWat the Republic of 
Thomas Pinckney, Minifter at the Britijh Court. 
Avilliam Short, Rtfident at the Hague. 
Charles William Frederick Dumas, Agent in Ho land. 
William Carmichael, Charge des Affaires in Spain. 
David Humphry, M Snifter at Portugal. 
Jofhu i Johnfon, Conful at London. 
Samuel Shaw, Conful at Canton inCbina. 
iThomas Randall, Vice Conful at China. 
John Marfan Pintard, Conful at Madeira. 
John Claike, Deputy Confular Madura. 
Oliver Pollock, Commercial Agent at the Havannab* 
Edward Church, C-.nful at the Port of Lifoon. 
■Thomas Auldjo, Vice Consul at the Port of Poole. 
Stephen Catalon, Vice Conful at Marfeilley. 
John Parifh, Vice Conful at Hamburgh. 
Jofeph Yzoardi, Conful at Cadiz. 
jRichard Ha-nifon, Vice Conful at Cadi*% 
'James Maury, Conful at Liverpool. 
i William Knox, Conful at Dublin. 
John Fenwick Conful at Bourdeaux. 
Burrell Carnes, Conful at N/intx. 
Nathaniel Barrett, Conful at Iiouen. 
Sylvanus Bourne, Conful at liijpanicla. 
jFulivar Skipwith, Conful at Martinique. 
jjohn Street, Vice Conful at the liland of Fayal. 
(Nathaniel Cutting, Conful at Havre de Grace. 
}M. de la Motte, Vice Conful at Havre de Grace. 
jFrancifco Chiappe, Agent at Morocco. 
Guifeppo Chieppe, Agent at Magudcr. 
■Ebenezer Brufh, CcttfuJ at Suaranam. 
[Benjamin Joy, Conful at Calcutta. 
jEdward Fox, Conful at Falmouth in Great -Britain* 
jRobert Montgomery, Conf j! at sllkant. 
{Henry Cooper, Conful at the Iflandof St. Croix. 
.David Matthew CJarkfon, Conful at St. Eujlatius. 
jBenjirnin Hamnel Phillips, Confol at Curacoa. 
Samuel Ccoper Johennoi:, Conful at Dcmarara. 
Michatl Murphy, Conful at Malaga. 
James Gieenltaf, Conful at Atifterdam. 



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Appointments from the Republic of France. 
For the United States of America. 
Edmund Charles Genet, Minifter Plenipotentiary & Conful 
General from the French Republic to the United States.) 
M. Bonneville, and M. Pafcal, Secretaries to the E mbajfy, 
Citizen Dannery, Conful for Maffachufetts. 
Francis Ternant, Minifter Plenipotentiary, at Pb iladelpbia 

Lewis Orto, Secretary to the Embafly. 
Antoine C. M. de la Foreft, Vice Conful General. 

M. Mantel, Chancellor to the Confulate. 
M. Tofcan, Vice Conful for New-Hatnpjbire, 
Heftor St, John de Crevecoeuer, Conful for ConnecTicutJ 

New -Tor k and New-Jerfey. 
John ^invert, Vice Conful for Connecticut, 
Laurent D'Annemours, Conful for Maryland & Virginia, j 
Ignace Romaine, Conful (or North-Car olina t Soutb -Carolina, 

and Georgia* 
M. A. B. MangorU, Conful at Virginia. 
Andrew Oder, Vice Conful for Virginia, 
Philip Petry, Vi-ce Conful for North-Carolina, 
\ M. Hauterive, Conful at New -York, 
j F. Moiflbnier, Vice Conful at Maryland, 

From Holland, or the United Netherlands. 
Francis Van Berekel, Refident. 
Diederick Leettouver, Conful for Maffachufetts and New- 

tfampjhire. 
Herman LeRoy, Conful for New-York and New-Jerfey 
Jean Hendrick Chriftian Heineker, Conful for Per.nfylva 

nia and Delaware. 
Adrian Valck, Conful for' Maryland and Virginia. \ 

Jean Booen Graves, Conful for N'jrtb-Carolina, Soutb- 

Carolina, and Georgia, 

From his moji Catholick Majetty. 
Jofeph I gnatlo de Viar, 7 CenwtiJionrrs t 

Jofeph de Jaudenes, J and Charges d&s Affaires, 

From Genoa. 
M. Ravara, Conful Generr.!. 

From his Swcdifli Majcfly. 
Richard Soderftrom, Conful for Majjachujetts. 
Charles Heilftedr, Conful for Pe nnjylvtma. 



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From the Queen of Y*o:'t igal # 

Don Frtite, Minirter Refident. 

Ignatius Pafvart, Confirl General. 

Richard Codman, Vice Conful for Maffathujet't. 

John Abrams, Vice Confui for New-T^rk. 

James Barry, Vice Confut for Maryland and Virginia* 

From the King of PrufTia. 
Charles Qottfreld'Polefte, Conful General. 

From Great-Britain. 
George % Hammond, Minifter Plenipotentiary. 

Mr, Thornton, Secretary. 
Sir John Temple, Conful General. 
Thomas M'Donough, Conful for Maffacbufetts, Nnv~ 

Hampfhirt, Rbode-ldand and Connecticut. 
Phineas Bond, Conful for New Fork, N*w-Jerfej f Ter.n 

fylvania, Delaware, and Maryland* 
George Miller, Conful for North-Carolina, South- Carolina, 

and Georgia. 
Thomas Moor, Conful for Rbode-Ifiand and Providence, 



Deputy -MarjhaU »f Diftricl Ccurt, in Conne&icut. 



Counties 
John Dodd , Hartford, 

4 John R. Throcfp, N. Haven, 



Alexander Catlin, Litchfield, 
\Jo(h.H\miin%ton,N. London, 'Samuel Canfield, Middlefcx, 



^Table of the weight and value of gold and fiver Coins. 



Eli as Clark, Fairfield, 



Counties. 
Windham ; 



Chapman, ^Tolland, 



E. 



iNglifh or French ) dwt. ftv 1. s. d. dols. cts. 

Crewn, ) - - 67J110 

Spani(h milled Dollar, - - 6 • x co 

fcnglifti Guinea, - 5 6 I S o 4 66- 
Preach Guinea, - 5 6 1 1 l\ 4 60 
Moidore. - - V 18 1 16 © 6 00 

Four Piftola Piece, 17 ,0 4 94 14 89 

\ Johannes, - - 18 o 4 16 o 16 00 

Money accounts of the United States are to be exfjrreffdd 
Jm Dollars or Units, Difmes or Tenths, Cents or hundredths, 
and Milles or thoufandths.. [A D if me is the tenth part of a 

I" Dollar, a Cent the hundredth part of a Dollar, and a Mill. 
[ibctboufandtb part of a Dollar,] **■* 

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j OJftcers of the Cufloms in Me 6i<2^ o/"'Connefticufi 

! Port of New -London. JcOiduh Huntington, colle&or j 
Nathaniel Richards, furveyor. 
Nathaniel Sahonftall, Jonathan Trott, Daniel Richards, 
JEbenezer Goddard, Peter 8. Harris, Ifaac Williams, T 
[mothy Staff, and Henry Jepfon, infpe&ors. 
J Ebenezer Douglas, and Archibald Robertfon, weighers, 
[meafurers and gaugers. 

j Stonington. Jonathan Palmer, jun. furveyor. 
| Middletcwn. Comfort Sage, furveyor.* Robert JWarn- 
," infpeclor. 

New Haven. David Auftin, cclle&cr , William Mfcn- 
fon, furveypr. 

Fairfi'e'd. Samuel Smedley, collector. 
Say-Brook, John Dickinfon, deputy-funreyor. 
OJlcers of the Revenue Gutter. 
Jonathan Malcbie, captain, 
'George' Houfe, ifi mate, 
Jonathan Greenraan, zd njate, 
Ebenezer Perkins, $d mate. 
William Higgins,' Employed in the Cujimn-^Houfe Boat. 

By an Atl paffed by the General AJfembJy of the State cf Con 
nec"t;cut, in October 1793, refpeSiing ibcjkippizg.cf i>tfpecl : 
ed articles of produce,— 

BEEF, Pork, Flour, Ff Hi,. Pot. and Pearl Afhes, Butter, 
Lard and Tobacco,, are to be infpefted and branded,, 
(in order to be exported to any foreign-Market :— - and it is 
jtlie duty of the Maimer of the Veffel in which fuch Articles 
jare laden for 'Exportation, to fpecify in his Mani-feft tbt. 
fcv-eral Brands en the Cit-lks ;" to the Truth of which he is 
to make Oath at the Thne of clearing outhis'Vefiel. 



■INSPECTORS bf REVENUE in tbepte<fConne&\cut._ 

Nathaniel" Richards, for 'the 4cvcrtil ports in the difintl of 
New- London, excepting the ports of MidcHetOwn and 4ton j 
ins^on. 

-Comfort Sa?e,/cr the pzrt of Middletown. 

Jonathan Painer, jun./^r tie pert c/i-'oninglon. 

D*vid Auftni, for the parts in -the dijiAR c/ New- Haven . 

SvmiH Smtd?cy f yir tie ports in the uijpncl.cfY<i'\ifr-.\d. 

iszzs zzs s r sss &r&nr*? r ' ; '■ ' "■"■! ■ , yrry?rrr: i l i ;:-Lia.u , , i .. i l i l , l lzz 



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YaU-£ottegc in Nevv-Havcn. 

EZRA S'iiLES, D.D. &LL.D. President. 

Fellows. 



Eliphakt Williams, D.D. 
Nathaniel Taylor, 
Elizur Goodrich, D.D. 
Timothy Pickin, 
Enoch Huntington, 



Jotiah Whitney, 
David Ely, 
Nathan Williams, 
Hezefciah Ripley, 
Levi Hmh 



The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, and the fix fenior 
Affirmants in the Council, are aflbciatcd with the Prefl 
dent, &c, Members of the Corporation of the College. 
Vacant, Prtjjrjfif of Divinity. 
Prefident Stiles, frafcjjfar of Ecelefiafl'ical Eifiory. 
Hon* James Hiilhoufe, Treajurer. 
Tutors. 
Calvin Chapin, A. M. I Jonathan W. Edwards, A.M. 

(Jenior Tutor & Libra* im.) j James Gould, A. M. 
.Jeremiah Atwater, S;&-ivard. Samuel Lothrop, Butler. 
Commencement, fecond Wednesday in September. 
\Vacauoni : From Commencement ftx weeks ; and from 
the fecond Tuefday in January, three weeks ; and item 
the fixth of May, three weeks. 



HARVARD UNIVERSITY, in Cambridge. 
The Overfeers are, 
The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Council and Senate 
of the Commonwealth, the Preiident of the Univerfity, 
and the Minifter's of Congregational Churchas in the 
Towns otB'nfion, Ror.bury, Dcrchejlcr^ CbarUJioiunyCam- 
bridge and W+Urtbyju* 

Rev. Timebh Reward, D. D of Bofton, Secretary. 

The CORPORATION. 
Rev. fyfob Willard, D.D. & LL.D. Vrefidcnt. 
Hon. ttlwer WerJeil, of Bofton, hon. John Ltm'eH&tJL 
of Roxbury, hon. James Bowdoin, of Dorchefter, rev'd ' 
mkebn Howard, D.D. of Bofton, and rev'd John hatbropy 
D.D,. ofBofton, Ft/lows. 

Ebenezer Storer, A. M. of BoYron, Treasurer. 
Commencement the 3d Wedriefday in July. 
Vacations : From Commencement, four weeks : — From the 
lA ■'vVedriefday in Oflo. two weeks : from the ift WednefJ 
in Jan. five weeks : from 3d Wednef. in April two weeks J 



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Rhode-Ifl and College at Providence. 
yonacban Maxcy, Pcefident pro tern. 
Commencement : The, firffc Wednefday in September, 

Dartmouth College in New-Hampfhire. 
Jibn WbesUky LL.D. Frefidenc. 
Commencement : The fourth Wednefday in Aueuft. 



MINT of the United States. 
AVID RITTENHOUSE, Direclor, 2000 Dois. per 
Trifham Dalton, Treafurcr, 1200. ' £ann. 

Henry Wight, Chi f Coiner y 1500. 
AjJ'ayer, 150c. 
Engraver , 1200 
| Three Clerki, at 500 Dollars per annum eacfc. 

The Workmen, &c. are allowed cuftomary Wages. 
Tiie Coins to be rtruck are to be of the following deno 
minations, value*, and descriptions, viz. 

Eagles : Ea«h to be of the value of 10 dollars, and to 

||l 7 contain 247 grain* and four eighths of a grain of pure, or, 

270 grains of ftandard gold. \ 

Half Eagles ; Each to be of the value of 5 dollars, and| 

to contain 123 grains and fix eighth* of a grain of pure,. 

or 135 grta'm* of ftandard gold. j 

Quarter Eagles : Each to be of the value of 2 dollars! 

and an half, and to contain 6r grams and feven eighths ofj 

a ^rain of pure, or 67 grains and four eighths of a grain of i 

tfaadard gojtf. 

Dollars or U/;its : fSach <q be of the value of a Spanim! 

tallied dottar at'tne fame is nfw current, and to contain 

2L7 1 grains and four fifteenth parts of a grain of pure, ori 

436 grains of ftandard filver. \ 

Half Dollars ; Each to biof half the value of a dollar,j 

and to contain .185 grains ajftd ten Sixteenth parts of a grainj 

of pure, or 20S grains of ftandard filver. I 

Quarter Dollars : Each to be one fourth the value of the) 

j <JoHar, and to contain 92 grains and thirteen fixteenth 

p3rt8 of a grain of pure, or 104 grains of ftandard filver. 

Difmes : Each to be of the value of one tenth of a dol- 
lar, and to contain 37 grains and two fixteenth parts of a 
grain of pure, or 41 grains aad three fifth parts of a grain 



(_-%_! 

' of (tandard filver. Half D'tjmcs : Each to he of the value 
of one twentieth of a dollar, and to contain 18 grains and 
nine (ixteenth parts of a grain of pure* or twenty grains 
and four fifth parts of a grain of ftandard lilver. 
; Cents : Each to be of the value of the ont hundredth 
part of a dollar, and to contain zo8 grains oi copper. 
I Half Cents : To contain 104 grains of copper. 
f Upon the fairf Coins refpe&ively there is to He the fol- 
lowing devices and legends, viz. Upon one fide of each 
an impreflion emblematic of Liberty, with an infcription 
of the word u Liberty," and the year of the coinage ; and 
upon the reverb of each of the gold and fiiver coins there. 
is to be the figure or reprefentation of an Ragle, with this 
I infcription, " United States cf America " and "upon the re 
verfc of each of the copper coins, an infcription of which 
fhall exprefs the denomination of the piece, viz. Cent or 
• Half Cent, a; the cafr mav require. 
I The ftandard for all gold coins of the United States, is 
ito be eleven parts fine to one part alloy j the alloy t© be 
[tompofed of fiiver and copper. 

J The ftandard for all fiiver coins of the United States, 
lis to be one thoufand four hundred and eighty five parts^ 
.fine to one hundred and feventy nine parts alloy ; which 
^ailoy to be wholly of copper. 

A quantity of Copper, net exceeding 150 tons, is to be! 
coined into Cents and half Cents, and after the expiration? 
of fix months from the time 50,000 dollars of the fame 
has been delivered into the Treafury of the United States 
►thence to iflfue into circulation, of which notice is to be 
>given in the news- papers, that no copper coins, except faid 
Cents and half Cents, are to pafs in payment foi any debt, 
and if offered to be paid or received in payment, to be for- 
feited, befides incurring a penalty of ten dollars. 

COURTS in the State of CONNECTICUT. 
Supreme Court of Errors. 

AT Hartford, the Tuefday fave one next before tbe fe- 
cond Thurfday in May.-— At New-Haven, theTuef- 
day fave one next before the fecond Thurfday in October. 
SUPERIOR COURTS. 
AT Haddam, the laft Tuefday in December.— At Middle- 
town, the laft Tuefday fave one in July.— At New- Haven 
-the firft Tuefday in January > and laftTeefday in July.—. 



.tiEJfc 



At Fairfield, the third Tuef^ay in January, — At D anbury 
the fecond Tuefday in Augufi.— At Litchfield, the LftTuef- j 
day in January, and 3d Tuefday in Augufi — At Hartford, 
the fecond Tuefday in February, and fuR Tuefday in &pt. 
\ — At Tolland, the fourth Tuefday in February. — At JF/W- 
( £<z»z, tliefirft Tuefday in March, and th.rd Tuefday in S^f. 
At Norwich, the third Tuefday in March.— At Neiv~Lon~ 
Idoi, the fourth Tuefday in September. 

COURTS of Common Pleas. 
At Hartford, the firft Tuefday in April 'and November.— 
A* New -Haven* the 3d Tuefday in March . *nd 4th Tuefday* 
in November.— At ./Vew London, the 2d Tuefday in J^tf*. 
; At Norwich, the 4th Tuefday in November. — At Fairfiela\\ 
the third Tuefday in y^r;/. — At Danbury, the third Tuef- 
day in November.— At Windham, the third Tuefriay in ^ 
gfe,£, and fecond Tuefday in December. — At Litchfield, the 
fom th Tuesday in March, and third Tuefday in Septetn.l 
'—At Middletonvn, the fecond Tuefday in November.— At{ 
Maidark, the fltit Tuefday in April. ~~ At Tolland, the 2d J 
Tuefday -in February, and third Tuefday in September* 
COURTS in the state ot RHODEJSLAND. 

SUPREME COURTS. 
T Newport, the firft Monday in March, and fourth inl 
_ Augufi. At Fr evidence, the third Monday in March, 
and third in September. At South-King[hn, the firft Mon- 
day in ^;rf; and Cftober. At Brifto!, the fecond Monday 
in <^pr?/ and Sober. And at Eafi-Greehw'ich, the third 
Monday in -djityV and Octobe r. , 

! COURTS in the CommonwZitb of MASSACHUSETTS. , 
Supreme JUDICIAL COURTS. 

AT Eofion, the 3d Tuefday in Feb. and the laft Tuefday 
in Auguft. At Ipjwkh, the 3d Tuefday in June 5 
at Salem, the firft Tuefday in Nov. — at Cambridge, the laft 
Tu-fday in- October ; at Concord, the 2d Tuefday in April : 
at Northampton, the laft Tuefday in April ; at Springfield, 
the 4th Tuefday in September 3 at Tlymeutb, the 3d Tuef 
day in May; at Barrfiable, the Wednefday next preceding 
,the 3d Tuefday in May ; at Taunton, the Tuefday preced- 
ing thelart Tu fday in O&ober j at Tor%, the 4th Tuefday 
in TuTVe- at IVcrccjler, the Tuefday next preceding the iaft 
'Tuefday iw April, and the 3d Tur fday in September - y at 

li -— T— r-r:. ■ -.....■...--.:•■ , ■■ i- ■ t.n » S3 



■ 



<, 7.9, } 



Tvrtiand, the i.uelciay next iollouing the 4th 'JL'uetday in 
June -, -at Pokvnalb trough, the 2d Tuefday next following 
ttoe 4th Tuefday in June, at Lenuc the ift Taefday in Oclo. 

COURT of COMMON PLEAS. 
J AT BoJIonyon the firft Tuefday in July, the firft Tuef- 
; day in Jan. the firft Tuefday in October and the 3d Tuef- 
f day in April j a 1 ; Ipfwiob, the firft Tuefday in April 5 at 
,Salem, the fecond i'u-fday in July 5 at Newburyport, the 
'laft Tuefday in September ; at Cambridge, the la ft Tuefday 
in Nov.— at Concord, the 3d Tuefday in March, and fecond 
jTuefday in September- $ at Springfield, the 3d Tuefday in 
January ; at Ncrthfimpton, the firft Tuefday in September 
and 3d Tuefday in May , at Plymouth, the 2d Tuefday in 
Ajjril, the zd Tuefday in Auguft, and 3d Tuefday in Nov. 
•—at Barnjiable^ the firft Tuefday in April, and firft Tuef 
day in Nov.— *at Taunton, the fecond Tutfoay in Marsh 
.land the 2d Tuefday in»Sept.r~at York, the 3d Tuefday ia 
j April j at Waterborough, the 4th Tuefday in Auguft ; at; 
! Biddeferd, the -id Tuefday in Nov. — ax. Ed gar ton, the 3d 
jTuefday in April } at fftfhury,the laft Tuefday in October ;< 
m Sherburne, the laft Tuefday in March j and the firft 
jTuefday in O&ober 5 at V^orcefier, on the Tuefday next 
preceding the lift Tuefday inMarch, on the laft Tuefday' 
in Auguft, and on the firftTuefday in December j at Port J 
[laaa, the laft Tuefday in May, and the 3d Tuefday in O&.0- 
jber 5 at New Gloucefter, on the firft Tuefday in January ; 
EwC Hollowell, on the 2d Tueftiay in January j at Powna bo- 
' rough on the firft Tuefday in June ; at iValdoborough, the 
2d Tuefday in -Sept.-— at Lenox, the 2d Tuef. in Sept. the 
firft Tuefday in Jan. and 3d Tuefday in April. 



Additions, and Alter athni 

Lemuel Lee \i Lyme, , Deputy Sheriff, in^ead of Elijah., 

r BingHam, refined.' Dudley Saltonftalf, jun. Attorney at 

Law* in* T4ew London. Lyman Law, Notary . Public, >n 

jNew- London, in the rQcm of Jojhua Coit. Jckn Good \ch, 

\Naph\fil\ Daggett, and Nathan Smith, Attornies at Law in 

i^ r «w : Haven. John Paweld, Town -Clerk of New f airfield. 

tyejft-£tned& \ and .Satr.ue! Wildwan, Dep Sheritfs in-Fair- 

fcdd.Coun,.ty, in the room of David Maltbie, Zaoh. Lyon, 

and,tAmos F.fayt, p- it. I 

. C^ M hfitefc done at the New-London bank an Sa.tur-1, 

day afternoon. 



m« 


fee. 


47 


56 


53 


19 1 


13 


00 > meantime. 


45 


10 f 


36 


43 J 


42 


06 


43m. 24fe. 



< *■ ' 

ECLIPSES for the YEAR 1794. 

THERE will be five ECLIPSES this Year, in the fol- 
lowing order : — 
j I. The first will be of the SUN, January, 3 ift, at 
I7 o'clock 13 min. in the morning, invifible. j 

IJ. The second will be of the MOON, February 14th, 
in the evening :— .the Eclipfe will begin before the Moon 
rifes } but the middle and latter part will be vUible and to- 
tal—Calculated as follows : 

h. 

Beginning - - 3 

Total Darknefs begins - 4 

Moon rifes totally tciipfed, 5 

Middle of the Eclipfe, - 5 

End of total darknefs, - 6 

End and full recovery, - 7 

Duration of total Darknefs ih 

III The third will be of the SUN, March ift. at 5 
o'clock, 22m. in. the afternoon, invifible, 

IV. The fourth will be of the SUN, July 26th, at' 
three- quarters after 5 o'clock in the afternoon ; invifible. 

V. The fifth andlaft, will be of the MOON, Augnfi 
nth, in the morning, vifible and total— Calculated as fol- 
lows , h. m. fee. 

Beginning - - - 132 

Begins to be total - - 2 1 % 
Middle of the Ectipfe - a 50 47 

BnH of totil darknefs - 3 40 26 

End of the Eclipfe - - 4 3S 52 
Duration of total Barkne/s ih. 39m. iSfe* 

Difference of High - water at federal places from New -London. 

AT Ne<w-Tork i < Tar]>auHn-Co<ve and Say-Brook Bar, the 
Jama as New-London \ at Rbode-Ifland and Amboy, 40 
' minutes fooner 5 at Providence, 25 minutes fooner ; at Sandy- 
Hook 2 hours and 40 minutes fooner ; at Albany, 3 hours and 
j to minutes fooner ; at Bofton, 2 hours and 20 minutes later : at 
Guilford and New -Haven, z hours and 50 mimutes later j at 
' Philadelphia, 5 hours ao minutes later ; at Norwich -Landing, 
4.5 minutes later j at %outboJd harbour and Sagg-bafbour, i 
froArs lO minutes later, j 



II - 




y y/ A' r/ W /? 7* IiaiH 31 days. I794» tfj 


IJMti w 


amen 1 cUy, 7 afctrn. 


Full moon 15 day, it nivht.ij 


Sjrirft Q^Mrt. 3 day, noon. 


Laft Qoar. 24 day, 4 mom. jj 

;S T c-v ;i;oon 1 1 rf.-iy, 7 morn U- 


11 


IjMjWl Kaiendar, &c |<*n. IgjfenF. fea 


,v.])s.j| 


1 1 


4|Circumli. /Fz/my, 7 2814 32 8 39 


9 fctsl 


li 2 


5 U.'slor. 3 1N. r.//i//>/7 274 33 9 39 


5 451 

7 57; 


1 3 


6 Full tides, and cold. 1 274 3310 $ 




7 Sir I.Newton b.1643. 7 s6j4 3411 23 


1 5 


E 


2 Sunday p. Chriflm. 7 264 34 15 


9 3§ 


I 6 


<i 


Epiphany. ( 7 *s (0.7 25J4 35 1 7 


10 icl 

morn.r 


i 7 


3 


81]. 21m. 7 2,5 4 35 2 


1 8 


4 


aOJ C^Afe .7 244 3^ 2 53 


1 9 


£ 


yjztfty or r<u'ft« 7 24 


4 3°, 3 44 


24] 


f 10 


6 


a 27 1G SI • |7 2 3 

Sloppy. |7 22 


4 37 4 35 


1 32 i 


Li 


7 


4 3 8 ( 5 27 


2 4° 


1 1 2 


t 


tft pafiVEpiphany. |? 21 


4 39 6 14 


3 S 

4 4*V 


r 3 


2 


Day break 5k 4cm. [7 21 


4 39 7 3 


1M 


8 


Peace ratified byCon- 7 29 


4 40 7 53 


5 45' 


1 x 5 


A 


<?©• (grefs, 1784.7 19 


4 4i 8 44 


®riic. 


1 l6 


r 


> lat. 2 7!'. MmC\ 18 


4 42 9 31 


5 32 ' 


I *7 


( 


rtfzn or I7 l8 


4 4210 16 


6 29 


Ii8 


7 


])ApGge. 9Q, /now! 7 17 


4 43io 59 


8 22 


1*9 


1 


2d paft Epiphany. 


7 16 


4 44ii 42 


1 20 




Day break $h 37m. 


7 *5 


4 45! a 22 


9 2 ° 


I 21 


c 


Pretty 


7 14 


4 46; l 2 


10 16 


| On 


4 


7*s f. 711,13m. 


7 13 


4 471 1 42 

4 48 2 22 


11 3 


f 2 3 


c 


3 flow of cl. 12m. 


7 12 


morn. 


j 2 4 


6 


good weather for 


7 11 


4 49 


3 5 


11 ; 


1*5 


7 


Conv.St.Paa! ? A.D.34.[7 19J4 5° 


3 50 


1 9 


1 26 


F 


3d p. Epiph. winter^ 0/4 5 1 


4 38 


2 9 


2 7 


2 


Afo/cr triumph over\7 8 4 52 


5 34 


3 10 


28 


3 


tfrcy ra^'j- imper- 


7 74 53 


32 


4 * .5 1 


2 9 


4 


feclions. Cold 


7 6 ,4 54 


7 28 


5 21 j 


3o 


c 


Days length 9I1 50m. 


7 5;4 55 


8 26 


1 6 25 : 


3i 


6 


©eclipfed. /^ra. 


7 34^57 9'M'jfets|j 



~FE B"R U a H V hitf\% diys. 



1 794, 



Fifft quart. 6 day, ic ax urn. 
Full nK-<un 14 day, 6 altern. 

M.WJ kalc7Td.al7&"<7 



La(i quart. 22 day, 9 after. 



j0n^OTetiF; ieajTjjl 



3 Pcrige, 



Rain. 



4th p.Kpi. Puri.WM.l7 
(Candlem, Full tides., f 

9 ©• flow Of clock 14ms 6 



1 


58 


I 


59 


; 


c 
1 


1 

5 


3| 


> 
> 


£i 



1 3 1 

2 



50 10 

1 3j\p li 

228 ir. orn J 



8 t 



h pait hpip. ?7.'.;;i or b ,5 
'weight t ;nds 61147111: f> 5: 
-. WafhingtOfc bornK' 5< 
Jhoyj. £*/32, p # 

©How of cl. 1.711. [6 41 
Valentine. #Eclipf.;6 46 



J hit. o 50 N 
Septuaces. jApog. 
$,26 49 p Snow 

cr 

rain a 
21 |o Days leng. loh 46m. 
227D0) $fc>^ 

s^ESexages. zjeather. 



6 45 

6 44 

6 42 
6 41 
6 4c 
6 38 

6 37 
636 



: 1 
I i 

4 



3 J 3; 

4 3j 
4-541 

46J 



o 2* 

1 00' 
3 .') 5j 

6 4! 

) rife. 1 . 



$30i 

7 23; 
« 9 

8 54 

9 371 6 »'l 

3 



6 34 ^ 

5 33J5 2 



6 3-5 s 



5 1610 2 7 ( 
5 i 8 i°57| 

^ 1911 30' 8 5 g; 

5 20 o 17) 9 56: 

„ 23J 1 43ii 5 2 ; 
5 24J 2 28 morn. |. 

5 26, 3 2! O 50, 

16 



4 
5 ll 



2 5t» Matthias, 

3 7*5 fet 120'cto. 28m. 

4 Cold and chitiyfi 3 p j,5 30 611 
,y 5 |0fiowof cl. 13m. £. 2 95 3 1 ! 7 9 
2g6!||?y falling weather.]* a% 32 8 5 



54 
59 
56 
52 
42 



'FENUS will he mcrning ftar until the %\fi ef Monb y: 
tbeia evening jlar (9 the end of the year. 



V /-/ RC if hAih ^x days 



M«W Ui*>uh i a-y, ^ alieiTi. 
Firlt Qoart. S day, n mor. 



Full moon 1 6 day, noon. 
Lart Qu *rt. 24 nay, io mor.. 
New Mio.^n 7 t H.iv, 2 ".or. 



3 

5 
( 

I 

9 
10 
1 i 

: 3 3 



8 58'! 

9 4» 



2|n0) Somtjhowtrs 
3 -LadyDay. Blufleririg 
4jDays leng. 1 ah l&m, 
5 '©flow of clock 5m. 



J Perige. 
4 in Lent, 
a j Very high tides 



windy. 
pUafant* 



6 

6 
6 
6 
6 

6 

6 

5 



5 34 
5 3$ 

,3? 10 4°j 
3*1 
39 ° 



.5 37 10 



5 41 

5 42 
5 44 
5 45 
1 46 
5 48i 
') 49; 

53| 
5|-5 5oj 
4k5 5&j 



7 4B.I 
9 o 

2 3 10 10: 

■13! 11 20 1 

4,rnor:\[ 

1 



47 
26'' 



JJjJiWj Katcndat,&n lOfi.lQi.Juil fea £77! 
St. David. High tides. 6 af 
Qui k qua. )Perig*6 
ChiUy^xoUh 
Shrove Tueidav* j6 

1 ! AihWcdn. [(arching 6 
5(j7*$ iet inidni. taindjo 
^Twilight lliortcft. ra 

7! tl O > ^ n ^ £***J 6 

£ iti Sunday in Lent. 

2 1 wilig. ends ^h. 24m 

3 ©flOVV Of Cl. lOlTl. 

5 'New planet difcover- 6 
b| J ft £>m<J (ed 1781. 
7 ' J Apoge. pie a fa n t 
La in Lent. £© C 
2 St. Patrick, wither. 
3' M^w cold and Ji or my. 

4 ft 26 39 & Ayi'uj 
5 - ©iny > fttaufa 
6^-2 fet 1 lh. 1m. 
7 .'Day break 4h 20m. 

* 3 in Lent. High wind. 



14! 
s6i 



8*-| 

11 
lil 



$5 57 l0 2 4| 7 
59, 11 
01 1 
o 



06 



1 

5< 

54 

53 

5 1 

»©| 6 10 



6 11 
6 13 
614 
6 15 



3 

4 

4 

4^; 5 
23 

44J 6 7i 

... u . ; 

$4;*° 51 

2411 54 

:.; morn. 
7. o 51 

l i J 4? 

2 38 

3 29 

4 M 

4 54 

5 3* 



I 






M, 

4 4! 

4*1 
3*' 



.»6#fcts. 



JlPniLhnih 30f?ty$. 



Firfi. Q^art. 6 day, midnight. 
Fuli oioon i< day, g morn. 



Laft Quart. 22 day, 8 a:t. 
Nc^v moon 29 dav, ? t rnor. 



l"0n-I.0"'Ct I F.fca, ] r 



K 



4 
41 

8 
6 



[61811 

6 19' o 

6 21I o 

6 22' 1 



U D 4 



2 2 



3 2xJ' 

6 25! 
6 26! 



10s.at.439f. 15 

24. Days Lettg. 1 sh 36m. 5 
35 £2,2622 ft ^m: ( 5 

4 6! and foggy weather .^ 9 

5 jl^s let ion 6rn. U 
6£;5 in Lent. D© Jjg 

7 2 ITwilfg. ends 8h. 5m. '5 35 

8 3 Boreas begins fix J5 34 

9 4! months exile, Cold\§ go 
20 ,0 & & infant fpring 5 3 

. 6. begins to imile. hj 30 
;i2 7*>Apo. 0& ci.even. ; 5 2B6 32 
fi 3 E Palm Sunday, jjj 27 *" 

' 14 2 : 7*s fet gh 34m; (5 2v 

|i5 3 ! <?0> ' PUafa^: 5 24 
lat. 4 54N. Mere 5 23 



4 3 {6 1 7 10 20 7 52 



34 

22: 

7 

45 
28 

6 i 

49 

9 a6 < 

. 10 2 
0810 44 



6 On I 



; 6 34 

6 q6 

6 07 



51 morn. 
46 o 27 

i 

i 

3 

3 
4 
4 
5 
5 



39 



3 1 



18 5, f -ood rriaay. 

\ 19 7 j Cfetfr aW pltaf^ntl 5 : 9 6 4 1 1 o 24 1 o 
SjEafler Sunday. 

> i?#i?i fliozotrs 

o 'n0# " awd 



I; 2 3 4 j Jomcthing 



,3 6 
.26 7 

I 2C ; 2 

^9| 3 

3°. 4 
I _ _ 



St. Mark Evan. 
yPerige. FUafant, 
i ft Sunday p. Eafter 
0faft of clock 3m. 
d©> Fulltides^ 

f77ze weather. (5 



* f 7 

1 - 



! 



14|6 4O 

19 

1 2 
1 1 



4 2 

-19 

&6 52 

7! 6 53 
6,6 54 



3 4 

3 59 

4 53 

5 44.' 

6 33 ! 

7 26! 
8 

9 
10 



1 



M A Y hath 31 days, 
frrft Quart. 6 day, 6 a f tern 



Full moon 14 day, 3 aftern. 



i/94- 



1 k'Phil. & Jacob. 

2 6 Spend the day well', 
37 and thou wilt iejoire 
4jE 2< * p* : - E^cr, at 
52I Serene night. 
6j3 ; n©© tycatkzr. 

4JGcn. Eleft, Newport 



Laft Quart. 21 day, 3 morn..] 
New raoon 28 day, 8 after I 

I^MQfet.t Fnca^ r.jsj, 

5$ 55}*> sr 9 l8 jj 

3 6 $7{Vi 5 a ! l ° 2i|| 



feu 



*3 

11 

16 

1 

k'9 

2 

23 
2 
2 

2 
28 

20 

3° 
3 



Gen. Elect. Harthrd. 



) Apoge. P leaf ant, 
Days length 5b io:b. 
3d pait Eaflcr. warm 

2 7*s fet 7h 48m. 

3 i- tether, 
4c?G> yi'hundcr 
5#lat. 4 54N. f'howers, 
(v© Fait of clock 4m. 

7 P leaf ant 

EUh pafl Fatter. 
2|i)ark Day, 1780. 
3 to cat her. 

4© inll. •£? 



< 6 

07 

577 

$9? 

55 7 
54.7 
53 7 
5>,7 
5*7 



8 



6 o' 

6 

7 
8 

8 
9 



4q 7 11U0 £Q 

48 7 12 11 21 



2 

8 

3 
£5] 3 4<j 

2 2) 4 M 

3 4 
4? ) n1e ' 
3^ 2 5^' 



47 7 V3j 
<]'> 7 *4 
4 45 7 is 
4 44 7 *fi 
4 437 it 
442718 



D0) Sunjhine 
Day break 2h garn. 
jPerige. AW> $wA 4 42 7 18 
Rogation Sunday. 14 41 7 3 9 
for a form. ^ 46 7 2 ^ 
7*5 rife 31145m. rnor. 4 397 21 
G. Ele&. %?im. ! 4 397 21 
©lat. 4 29S. (dO> 4 3^7 22 

(AiTcMfion.4 37 7 2310 35 J 9 
Pretty full tides. 4 377 2311 2910 < 






*5 


1 


:c 


2 


4 


S 


5° 


3 


46 


A 


37 


6 


2 5 
M 


7 


3 


7 


55 



49 ) fet 
40 8 



JUNE hath 30 days. 



1794. 



\t\ Quart. 5 day, 1 afterri. Laft Quart. 20 day, 1'0'mor 
ull moon t^ dav,..8 morn. New moon 27 dav, 6 morn* 



ItWt Kalend ar, &c. x ■3ri . T ^fct. T F.fca'Tr.#s 
: i'E Sunday pad Aflenfi. J4 36^ 24 o~22 10 50 
2 2'lnftead of conscience 4 367 24 1 
3y ; Cuftom we obey,tha* 4 35*7 25J 1 
4 34J7 26. 2 



4*4 o'er our wills ulurps 
0*5] tyrannic {way. 
|6 6 ©Apoge. 



on 36 
54 morn. 



4 347 26, 



Thunder;^ '7 27, 

J7 7 Tvvilig. ends 9h37mJ 4 ^j 07! 

18 E Whit. Sunday. Some ^ 2„« 27! 

.9 2JNoveryhighy^a'(?rj. i 4 007 28; 

03! tides t]iis month. I4 ^7 28 



3^ 

3 17 
J. 58 

4 40 

5 '19 

6 o 

6 46 



l^Daysincreaf^l^bm. 4 g^j 28 7 A^ 
f2 5'7*s rife 2I1 41m. j 4 „~ j ^ 8 23 



4 

|E 

7 3 • £«<7 thunder. 

8 4 | Pleafant 

9 5 >Perigc. 

° 6 , n^> 



6 <?©> ©&clo.even. 4 ^7 29' 9 14 jrifc. 

7 @lat.3^oN. Hot 4 g t '7 2qi 10 8 4-' 
KTrini. Sund. weather. 4 qi'j 29 ij 6 q o?, 



3lj7 2910 
qi 7 29 c 
qo 7 30' 



weather. 4 307 30 2 



9 3 

O10 31 

53ii 19 
3 2 morn. 



4 30 730 3 21 

7 0in© Longefl doy. 4 £07 30' 4 9 

j* 3° 7 3°, 4 5 8 

,4 3° 7 3° 5 49 



22 £ tft paft Trinity. 
|$ 2 Twilight oh 45m 
f 43 9U John Baptift. 
f5 4 ! A/yrf rain. 



4 307 30 6 38 



4 297 31 ■ 7 31 
20,5 7 *s r. ih 43m morn. 4 297 31' 8 26' 
gf? n$« Day fhort- 4 

28 7 



3 4i 

9 7 31 9 l 9>ytets. 

(ned2m.4 297 3,10 10 8 ,8 
M^paft Trinity. 4 297311! 3 g ^ 

p^0rarth. frojrj the©.4 297 31 u 51 10 1 



Firft Qnart. 5 day, 6 morn. 
Full moon 12, day, S at'tern. 



■JULY hath 31 days. 



1794. 



Lart Quart. 19 day, i after. 
New moon 26 day, 6 after. 



MfWj Kalcndar, &cT 
13 "7*s t lie iH 20m mor. 
<±\ |fi) How of cl. 4m. 

4 blndepend. deciar d 

57'°0^ ( x 77 6 

6 K3<1 pad Trinity. 
7! 2 Days fliortned Bin. 

9,4 

10 >5! 



2n.|'Mct|I\<ca|r.< 
~~8 



Thunder 
and 



4 a a 

4 3 2 
4 3 2 
4 33 
4 33 
4 33 
4 3J 
4 3-i 
4 35 
4 3 ( " 
4 3 (> 
4 37 
4 38 



7 a ' 
7 28 

7 , 2 8 | 

7 2 l\ 

1 2 7 

2 7 
a 8 

26 



4 3 



11b 

1 2; 7 <?;■?* 

!i 3 E4th paft Trinity, 

15.3 7*s 1 ilc ch 2 4m.mor. 4 3c) 
jf6 4 Comrrientterri. Vambr. \ 46 

i^.^'MAHOMtT died 634*4 4O 

|i86l (.-i^: O4J4 41 

^97! , . . 

20 E'5th paft I unity 



32^0 47 

1 13 ll l 5 

1 ,5211 42 

2 30 morn, 

3 *'i\ 

3 o4| 

4- 37 
- 00' 



*5 
24 

7 2 4 



6 12 



8 

33 
o 

28 
2 

37 



7 23 B 52 #fife. 
7 2 2' <) 4<j| 8 ifj 

7 22 10 46: 8 

37i 9 
29 10 
i'8 10 



2J2! 

2 2] 3 i 



2 3 4© in & 

2 4; 5 Day break 2I1 47m. 

256 St. Jamcs.apoft. Dog 



4 4 2 

I T'i 
1 43 
4 44 
4 
4 4^7 



72111 

7 2.0 O 
7 20 1 

7 l 9 2 
7 » 
7 J1 



59 
43 
*7 



/ 
53 



21 
.51 



r« 



7 16 
4 

4 4 7 : 7 13 



2 

3 4 3 .'Tiorn. 

4 3> ° 2 7. 
4 

47 
3^ 



**, 



J26J7 Qcclipf. (days begin,'4 48:7 



,271^ 6th p aft Trinity 
2812 J i h under //lowers. 
203 Days fhorteiied 42m. 
gt>:4 > Apogc. 
31:5 7*0 rite 1 1I1 20m. 



12 o 

1 49J7 J1 9 

4 507 1010 
4 5*17 i 1 

j4 5 ¥ 

14 537 7 ° 



1 1 4 



l 7, l 
9 2 
1 3 2 1 

53« rcts - 
33 8 4 
23 » 

2810 



38 

l 2 

39 
G 



A U G U S T hath 31 daysT 



1794. 



Firft Quart. 3 day, ioaftcrn. 
Full moon 1 1 day, 3 mom. 



Laft Quart. 17 day, 3 srfte. 

New moon at; day, 3 mor. ' 



M|W| Kale ndar, &c 
6Lammas. 



2 

3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 

10; 

1 1 

1 2 

*3 

J4|S 
15 6 

1617 



4 54 
4 55 7 

4 5^7 

r ,4577 
mility honorable, of- 4 5 8 



7J7*s rife nh 13m. 
E-jth, pad Trinity. 
2 Pride perceiving hu 



ten borrows her 
Some cloak 
Jhozcers, 
Days fhornen. lhsm 
E 8th pail Trinity. 
2 # totally eclipied, 
]> la. 0431^. Full 

J)Perige. (tides. 



I0n40fetiF ( 
7 6 , 

4! 

3; 

7 2 i 
7 *i 

7 o 

6 

6 



4 59 

5 ° 



EO 

21 
42 

fe 5 
26 
I fc*j 

29 6 



5 9 
5 M 

5 12 

M 

16 



9t*h pafl Trinity. 
i8|2JDay break 3b 28m. 5 

4;ft 1 7g 5 

5j7*s rife 10 o'clock. [5 
6j Pleajant weather. 5 

7 inn J? . |S 

F 10th paft Trinity. '5 

d O J fc*#. 5 

J) lat. 2 16N. CW/ 5 
Comment. Dartmou.^ 

(J)Apoge. mgh:s. 5 26 
Daysfhorten.ih 5 4m 5 27 
30717*3' rife 9h 28m, ,5 



oi 



3i ! Knthpa(h Trinity, 530^ 



59 
5$ 7 

6 5S 9 

6 5410 

6 53 11 
6 52 o 
6 5 ij o 
6 49 1 

6 48; 2 

47i 3 

46 4 

441 5 

43 6 

42 6 

39 * 
38] 9 

37} 9 
35i° 
34> l 
33 M 

32! o 

3°' » 



fea|ri. J>s. 

8 10 36 

4 8 j 10 57 
2911 25 
14x1 54 

2 mom. 
.5 1 i o 29 
43! * 4 
4°, * 57 
3 8 j 2 5o 

33; 3 .4.0 

29 ])rii<j # 
22 8 15 
13 1 ' 8 49 

3 9 23 
54 9 5^> 
45 10 2 $ 
39 11 8 
31 1% 48 
27 morn. 

2o O 40 

*| J 33 

51! 2 22 

46 3 *2 
26 4 12 

9 J)fets. 
3*| jj 4^ 

8 3} 

9 3 
9 20 

9 5* 



32 
12 

50 

33 
1 6 



I<*fe* 


'*IVI I- Jt ■> ■ ■"■ ' * 1 1 i'i 11 






^ 


l_ 


5 £ P r £ M B K R hath 30 "fays'. V794. 


Firfl Quart, i day, i ai'tern. 1 Laft. Quart, i 6 day, 3 m-Tii. 


! Fu! 


! moon q (\*y, i? rnorn. j New m^n 21 rfav. mi<1nii? a 


' MJW| Kalendar,' &c. \\u\n fctjF. (ea r.0s. 


I 12 7*5 ri. 9I-1 20m. 


; 31 6 2Q 2 010 28 


J ^}3jS> faf! of clock 1m. 
3'4|Commenc. Piometi), 


j 326 28 2 4811 9 
5 34 6 26 3 4*1" £1 


1 4 


5 (Dog Days end. 


5 35 6 2 5 4 35 


toorn. 


1 5 


6 P leaf ant weather. 


5 3^, 6 2 4 5 3i 


4.5 


6 


7 Daysfhorten. 2hi6m 


5 38,6 22, 6 23 


1 39 


I 


K 1 2th pad Trinity. 


5 396 **1 7 21 

5 406 20 17 


2 45 


2 Warm and p leaf ant. 


3 52 


9 


3 Full tides, I5 42:0 18 9 10 


Jrife. 


10 


4 Commenc, A^. Haven! 5 436 17 10 1 


7 2 3 


11 


5&*7& (> 1>eri g e -5 44^ »6io $3 


7 58 


12 


6 15 46.0 1411 46 


8 34 


'3 


7 7 *sn.8h. 37m. | 5 47 13 Sf. 


9 J1 


\ u 


bl 13th paft Trinity. 5 490 11 


1 2Q 


9 4^ 


ll£ 


2 Happy is the man k 506 10 


2 2C> 


10 34 


16 


q whofets out right^ 516 9 


3 «S 


1 1 21 


: 7 


d and continues io. 


5 536 7 


4 * 


morn. 


,« 


More rain and 


5 546 6 


4. 5 8 


16 


' to] 


)8> H h 


5 55 6 5 


5 no 


1 1 1 


20 \h winds. 


5 57 6 3 


6 3, 


2 1 i 


|21 j 


i 14th pa ft Trinity. 


5 5*6 2 


7 18 


3 12 


<■> £ 


2 (0in^ 


5 59 & 1 


8 1 


4 tl 


2# 


cjTwilig.ends 7b. 35m. 


^ *:5 5° 


8 4,5 


) fets 


2* 


4 2) Apoge. 


6 25 58 


9 24 


6 4 £ 


2,5 


5 P leaf ant but 


^ 45 5 6 


1 2 


7 M 


26 


SO fail ofcl. 9m. 


6 Jf5 55 


io 42 


7 4* 


2 l~> 


rj windy weather. 


6 7 5 53 


it 20 


8 6 


2%t 


'-15th pail Trinity, 


6 85 5 2 


9 


8 3c 


29 2 


iSt. Michael. 


6 9551 


56 


9 1J 


30 37*s rif^h 37m. 


6 1 1 5 49 


1 44 


9 5o 



" 6 C r 8 E R h~a th"Vf'" d'aTs. 



r-Q4. 



Fnlt Qtjart. i day, rmtJnig. I Lnit Quart. 13 d-t>, 2 a. er 
Full moon S day, 8 altera* New moon 23 day, 6 a! er »• 
Flirt ^'i:irt. -1 day, 1 af;ern« 

W]~"Kilcndar, &Z |gr!j?5& ifl^ Jffc 



rh 
5" 

73 



9 

.old 

• 1 



. 48 

j»s rile 7h 34m. |6 135 4 

T w i 1 i g. c n as 7 h 1 8 m . fj 1 5 5 
J^ /FzV/y -ajcatlw^y 165 4~ 
ibth pall Trinity. g 17.5 4 
Blows up rain. H 1915 4 
J)Perige. 5 20.5 4c 

<?© j) High tides, 
G. Court A'. Haven. 

rfi 7 th p. Trinity, ro/c 
3j 2| nights. 

'A 

7*s nic 6h q8m, 

p|7pti Luke TvMn. 
18th pail Trinity. 
Strong /cut k wind 
and aftorrn 
tomts oty* 
J)Apcgc. 
;3ni[a 60 i 
])Iat. 5 oN. 
ifjthpaft Trinity, 



Simon & Jude. 
j&faftofcl. 16m, 

b.5|Days fhortcned 4b. 

IJ^aOU. (42m 



6" 21 
6 23 

4 
6 at 

i 27 

i 28 

6 30 

3 1 

6,3* 

" 34 

6 3(: 

6 38 

6 39 
6 40 
6 4 
6 43 
44 
S 4,5 

r >47 
S 48 

r M9 
5 51 
5 52I5 



5 3< 
5 ;r 

5 3< 
> 3' 

-3.1 
r > 3 
3 C 
29 

28 

-5 
24 
2 

21 
20 



8 51 

9 ** 

1.1 jfj 

2C) 

1 2i 

2 3t 

3 *< 
3 # 

4; 

2( 



46 

39 
morn, j 

34 

i 42 
2 50 

4 4 
DriiV. 

6 34 

7 13 

2 5 ° 
% 3$ 

9 2 7 
o 17 



8 8 



*7 9 3 

16T0 20 



1511 
[oil 



6 

53 



12 ° 4 5 

11 * 39 

2 3 

8 3 22 



1 1 



AS 

r iOi n. 
o 



M 

10 
8 

5 i 



1 

2 

3 

4 

•5 
|rfcts, 

6 23 

6 ,52 

7 22 

8 3 

8 44 

9 3 8 

10 3 

11 3b 



I , ^_JV Q V E M B E 

Full moon 7 clay, 5 morn. 
lUrt Quart, rj 



/? !i;tih 30 days. v .4. 

I New moon 22 oay, noon. 
FirJVQgWf* 29 Hay, mKlnig.j 
" fealr.Ji 



idar, & 



p. 



• • ,n. 



•i 1 



10 



1,94 

2P; 



2 9 



, .All Suiufb, 
pjiorh part Trinity, 
Twilight gnds 6h 
A coidjtorm (.10m, 

J) Pc r i g c . about i h is 
tunc ; ihxn more 

i ?$]) High tides. 

Dlat. 4 40S. 
!ilt pail Trinity, 



6 

(> 
6 
6 



pkafant. 

Days fhortened 5I1, 

2 2d pad Trinity, 

Grows blujteringt 
7*s fo. at midnight. 
])Appge. Winter 
begins t& 

threaten us. 
0in f Mere rain 
23d pad Trinity, or 
Daybreak 5b, 37m. 

fnozu. 



Falling weather. 



QOE'Advent Sunday. 



I 7 



1 
if, 

" j$ 
£9jS 

1 



10 
1 1 
12 

*4fe 

164 



7 

7 
7 
7 
7 

7 

7 
7 18 



*7 

1 

*9 
20 
21 
22 
224 



K 



o 

1 
2 

2 

3 

4 
4 
5 
6 
6 



5-1 

53 

0^ 

5 

5° 

4 H 
48 

47 
4 (> 

45} 

44 

43j 

4 2 

4 

4* 

40 

3 2 
38 

3§ 



3 1 



8 
18 

581 

40 
22 

5 2 
46 

3« 

29 

2 3 

o 



ft y«*^aaw 

DECEMBER hath 31 o^ys. 1794. 

Full r m.o>n 6 day, 4 aftern. I New moon 22 chy, 5 morn« 
Laf\ Qu .rr, 14 day, 2 mor. j Firll Qvi.ut. 29 day, S nvor, 

4 471 ° 4 6 



M|W| Kalendar, &c p 



2 3 
3 

4 



;*s fouth at 1 1 cmo.7 23 



e 

j| 

9 

ill 

i It 

\t 

\i 

*9 
20 

Ui 

(22 

1*33 
MM 4 

]*5 „ 

^266 

3 Z 



pfaft of clock ioin. 

I iPertjg. iYi nlcr 47 kt 

zoeathir. Rait 

or /now, or both. 

$Q) Full tides. 

Efa)& in Advent. 

> Twilight ends oh fan 

4tt| 1 o Q M re moder - 

dlQ&l ate 9 blit f 0071 

grows blujttring 
and 
cold. 
3d in Advent. 
7*s fouth at ig o'clo. 
Day break gh 53m. 
( ) Apoge. 
More fnozo 
or rain. 
7 'Days fhortcned 6h. 
E4th inAdven. ©inyf- 
(St. Thomas. 
and elo. together. 

Cold 
Christmas. 
weather. 
7 s Tis vice alone dift- 
E urbs the human 



7 2A 

1 M 

1 H 

7 2 5 
7 26 

7 ** 

7 27 
7 2 
7 2* 

7 i» 

7 28 

7 £ c 
7 2 S 

7 2 s: 

7 2C 

7 3 



4 37 

4 3 6 i 5 3 8 2 

4 3 6 6 3° 3 M 



4 35 

4 35 

3^1 

4 34 
\ 33 
1 

1 3 2 

i 3 <2 

1 3 2 j 

4 3 

4 3 

4 3 

4 3 1 



29 
3° 
3 



7 3 



3C 
3 



7 *7 4 2 7 

8 715 33 

8 57 >nie, 

9 54; 5 44 
10 50 6 44 

**■ 45; 7 4^ 

39 8 44 

26: 9 47 

8 jo 46 



5 1 

3 1 

10 

no 



4 3° 5 2 9 
\ 3°j 6 *;3 
7 3°|4 3°| 6 5 8 
\ 3°j 7 
4 3° 8 



breaft ; Peace dies 
with guilt — bevirt- j 7 28 
4uous & be bleft. Ji 



7 3° 4 3°: 9 2C 
7 3c 4 3010 1 

7. 3° 4 3 , 11 12 
7 29 4 31' o 

7 2 94 3 1 
7 294 31 
7 294 31 
7 20J4 31 
4 32 



7 

55 

1 43 

2 30 

3 'a 

4 P 



it 44 
morn. 

42 

1 39 

2 36 

3 34 

4 33 

5 33 

6 3M 
#fetsj 

8 15 

9 *6 

10 zi\ 
j 
11 



4 3^ 4 551 l 45 



27 
morn. 
"so 36 



o 



R 
, ( No. I. ) 

Road to Newport. 
Groton, Birhcr, A. 

Stonington, Collins Frink, 5 
iVveAerly at 1 Rhodes, 0* 
I Che Bridge, y Babcock, 
iWcfterly, Blevin, 
Cbailelton, Stanton, 
Green, 



A D S. 

Plainfield, Eaton, 
Voluntown, Dixfon, 
M^ce, 



ITower-HilJ, Perry, 
Ferry, Robinfoii, 4 

Over the Ferry) To wnfend 
to Newport, )or La wton, ' 
I Miles 51 

! ( No. If. ) 

Lower or Pofl-Rcad to Bofton. 
I (See Road No. I.) 
To Tower- Hill, Perry, 40 
North- Kingfton, Allen* 6 
Greenwich, Arnold, 10 
pulling Mill, Stafford, 3 



Coventry, Brown, 
Scituate, Manchester, 4 

Jobnfon, Fi(k, 4 

Providence, S 

To Bolton, (fee No, II.) 45 



J Dexter, 
Rehoboth, Slack, 
Attieborough, Newell, 

Draper, 



Wrentham, Mann, 
iWalpole,. Hayden, 
Downe, 



Dedham, Ames or Gay, 
1 " 

Boston 



« 



I Bracket, 
**> J Hatctf, 



103 

( No. IV. ) 
From Bofton toNewbu- 7 

ry-Port, S ** 

From Newbury-Port to 7 22 

Portfmouth, J 

From Portfmouth to 7 6 „ 

Portland, J 

From Portland to 7 
Machias. 5 

~ 33* 
( No. V. ( 
Poft-Road to Hartford, by 

Middletoivn. 
... Frink, * 

Montville, Allen, 

Chamberlain, 6 
7 Breed, A 
y Taintor, 
Comftock, 
Arnold, 
Higgins, 
Brown, 



Cclchefter, 
Chatham, 



113 



Miie> 

( No. III. ) 

Middle i? oad ^ Bo&TON 

tbro' Providence. 

Haughton or Raymond, 7 

' . , 7 Lord,Lathrop> m 

Norwich, f flrBrowa ; 7 



5 

• Mark, 
\ fPretton, Jewett, 

< i J»«aii> i mi MP i^( l i" 



7* 
3:' 

w 

0*er the Ferry ) Bigelow, 
to Middle- [Richards, ff 
town, -J Fenno, 

flocky-Hii!, Grimes, 

7 Wright, 

Wethersndd, f Stlman, 

Hartford, 







( No VI. ) 
Road to Dartmouth College 
, 1 Haughtoner 
'" ) Raymond, ' 

Franklin, Rudd, 

A (h ford, Clark, 14 

l/nion, Loomis, 
Brimneld, Convers, 11 
Checkeby-River, 4 

Palmer, Quinten, 

Bcjchertown, Dwight, 
Amhurfl; Field, 
Sunderland, Billings, 6 

Montagu?, Root, 14 

Northneld, Hunt, 6 

Hinfdale, Tailor, H 

Chefterneld, Snow, 9 

Weftmoreland, Butterfield, 9 
Walpole, Baldwin, 9 

Charleftown, Walker, 
Claremont, Wait, 
Ccrnifh, Chafe, 10 

Plainrield, Smith, 5 

Lebanon, — , 
College, Brewfter, 

* ^7 
( No. VII. ) 

Road to Nt%o- Haven and 

New-York. 

Lyme, Parfons, 15 

Say brook, Pratt, i t 

Killingworth, Crane, c 

Guilford, Stone, ic 

Branford, Harrifon,, ic 

vt tt ? Smith, or 

New-Haven, £ ^^ ,o 

Milford, Clark, 10 

Stratford Benjamin, 4 



Fairfield, Penfieid, 
Norwalk, Reed, 
Mitfdiefex, Young?, 
Stamford, Webb, 
Horfe-Neck, Knap, 
Rye, Hayijand, 

Merineck, IJorton, 
New Rochel, Brum, 
Eaft Chefter, Guybng, 
King's-Bricige, Byat, 
New-York, 



From New-Tork to Phila 



45 



Newark, r^enny, 
Elizabeth-Town,Graham, 6 
Woodbridge, Jackfon, 
Brunfwick, Dr<*ke, 
Ten miles run, Jones, 
Princeton, Beekman, 
Trenton, Bergen, 
Briftol, M'Elroy, 
Penny Peck, Holmes, 
Frankfort, Martin, 
Philadelphia, 



5 

5 

96 
From Philadelphia to 
Alexandria. 
Derby, Hayes, 7 

Chefter, Withy, 8 

Wilmington, BentJey, 13 
Chriftiana Bridge, Darby, 9 
Head Elk,Holiingfworth, 11 
Charleftovtfn, Palmer, - 10 
Acrofs Sufquehan. Durbin,7 



Baltimore, Stark, 
The Rope-Ferry, 
Spurrier's Tavern, 
Rcfe's Tavern, 
Alexandria, Wife, 



ib' 



SINCE clofmg the Regifier, Congrefs have met in Seffi- 
on j and the Houfe made choice of Frederick Auguftus 
MubUnberg for their Speaker, Jobn Becklcy, Clerk, Jojepb 
Wbeaton, Serjeant at Arms, G iff ord Da lly> Door-keeper, 
and Thomas Ciaxton y Afiiftant-door-keeper. 

The Senate have made choice of the Rev. Doctor IVbite, 
for their Chaplain,^ and the Houfe of Reprefentatives have 
made choice of the Rev. Doctor Green, for their Chaplain. 



I N D 

A Ppropriations for fap-g 
**■ port of government, •* 
Apportionment of repre- 
sentatives to congrefs, " 
Afliftants in Connecticut, 5 
QOIleftors of taxes, 22 
Cincinnati officers, 24 
Commiifioners of loans, 70 
Courts, federal, 69 

,i. Probate, 17 

Connecticut, &c. 77 

Cu from -houfe fees, 55 

do. officers in ConnecYi.74 

;T~)Epartment of State, 5 1 

Duties on goods, 56 
Deputy rmrmals inConne. 7 3 
Dartmouth college, 76 

p Airfield co. civil offic. 

Freeman's oath, 
QCv.-rnor,&c.inConnecT:. 5 

Gold and filver coins, 66 
OArtford co. civil offic 



city do. 24 

bank directors, 26 



Harvard College, 
TN valid pensioners, 

Judges fup. court, 
Judiciary of the U. S. 
lnfpcclors of revenue in 

Connecticut, 



E X. 
J^ltchfield county civil 
"^ officers, 
]y[Edicalfociety their a6t,32 

Middlefex co. officers 15 
Middietown city do, 25I 
Militia, 39 

Minifters and churches, 34 
Minifteriai appointments^ 1 
Mint of the U. S. 76 

^Ew-Haven co. officers, 7 

■ city ditto, 24 

"JSJEw London co. officers,o 

-— city ditto, 24 

— bank directors, 25 
Norwich city officers, 25 
domination for afliftants,2i 
Notaries, public, 23 

pEnfioners, 31 

Powers attorney, &c. 27 
Providence college, 76 

r> Eprefencatives to « 

iV Gen. AHembry, JSJ 

ditio in Congrefs, 52 
sJEnators in Congrefs, 51 

I^OIland county officers, 16 

Transfer of ftock, 271 

yEflels in coafring trade,6i| 






TJNited States bank, 5 
Windham co. officers, 12 



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Geochaphical description op the 
United States. 

Situation, extent 1 T 31 and 49 N. latj 

and boundaries J- between ] 9 E. and 24 W. long. 1 
lot the United States. 3 (. from Philadelphia. 

I Being about 1250 miles in length 3 1030 in breadth. 

BOUNDED, agreeably to the ^ On the north weft! 
limits eftablifhed by the Defini- / and north by the high-' 
tive Treaiy of Peace between (lands which lit to the 
the United States and Great- f eaftward «f the River! 
Britain, ratified on the third day 1 St. Lawraice, & which; 
©f September, 1783. J divide the rivers that! 

fall into the St. Lawrance from th®>e that fall into the 
Atlantic Ocean j by upptr Canada, the river Iroquois or 
Cataraquay, the Lakes $ (viz.) lake Ontario, lake Erie, 
lake Huron, lake Superior, the Long Lake, the Like of 
the Woods ; and a line drawn due weft from the north-1 
'weftemmofc angle of the laft mentioned lake to the river' 
MifTifippi : On the weft by the river Miflifippi : On the 
fouth, by Weft-Florida, Eaft-Fiorida, and St. Mary's 
|river : Ontheeaft, by the Atlantic Ocean, the river St. 
[Croix, and Nova- Scotia : Comprehending all iflands with- 
n twenty leagues of the coaft. 

The late geographer of the United States, Mr. Hut- 
chins, has computed that the furface contained within the 
above boundaries is one million of fquare miles ; which, 
amounts to 640,000,000 of acres. Of this, agreeable to 
bis computation, 51,000,000 of acres are water. So that 
the land within the United States amounts to 5895000,000 
of acres. About three iiftUs of which is comprifed with- 
in the States that now compofe the Union. The remain- 
der, to wit, 220,000,000 of acres, lying weft of the nor- 
thern and middle ftates, and northweft of the river Ohio, 
and extending to the river Miflifippi, together with an ex- 
tenfive territory fouth of the Ohio, originally ceded to the 
United States, by North Carolina, South Carolina, andj 
Georgia, forms what is ufually denominated the Weftem' 
Territory. 

; A great proportion of this territory is yet claimed and 
occupied by the aboriginal natives. 



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CIVIL OFFICERS in the State of Connec- 
ticut, in the year 1795. 



His Excellency 
SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, Efq. Governor, 
Hon. Oliver Wolcott, Efq. Lieutenant- 
Governor. 

Assistants: 
William Williams, Efq. 
Jofeph P. Cook, Efq. 
William Hillhoufe, Efq; 
John Tread well, Efq. 
James Davenport, Efq. 
Roger Newbury, Efq. 
Heman Swift, Efq< 
John Chandler, Efq. 
Jonathan Ingerfol, Efq. 
Thomas Grofvenor, Efq. 
Thomas Seymour, Efq. 
Aaron Auftin, Efq. 

Andrew Kingfbury, Efq. Tnafurer. 
George Wyllys, Efq. Secretary. 
John Porter, Efq. Comptroller oj publie ac 

(counts. 



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ROLL of the H ...fe of Repress n t atives, 

October Seast'W; 1794- 
artford, Mef&euri bamuel Wyilys, Nathan H. 
Whiting. 

Merlin, Me AT. Gad Stanley, Amo:; Hoiford. 
Briftol, Mr. Zebwh.n Peck, jun. 
\jE aft- Hartford, Mcff. Jonathan Welles, El'ifha Pitkin. 
^Enfield, MeiT. EKphalet Terry, Daniel Perkins; 
Eaft'}i r .i:df;,r 9 MciT. Samuel Treat, Frederick Elfworth. 
^FarmiTigtQTjy Me(T. 1 'imuthy 'Fitkin, jun, Solomon Cowlcs 
wEUaftinbury, MejT< Howel Woodbridge, Nathan Hale. 
WQranby, Mr. Heztkiah Bokomb. 
B^k.V, MeiT. Samuel Hale, Tr.addeus Leavitt. 
yfyutkington 9 Mr. Elizur Andrews, Mr. Afa Barns. 
*fbury, Meif. Noah Phelps, George Humphrey. 
Wfretbersfdd, Utff. Fzsk. P, Eeiden. $*m. W. Williams 
hW\ndfor, MeiT, Hpyry *^ Ik n, Solomon Grifwold. 

{•[New-Haven, tyleff. David Dz%$eit, foaker, Abel Barrett* 
^Branforcl, Metfi wftliam Go*lrC Tiui^thy Hoacky, 
%Cbejhi:t. Me(f. Andrew Kail, jun. Selckn Sper.cer. 
Itfltfr^, Meg*. Daniel Helbrobk, Thomas Claik. 
2l0»ri><z»», Meff. Simeon Parfons, D*n Parmtle. 
I Baft-Haven, Mr. Samatl Davcnrort. 
•fJLwiiciz, Mr. Simeon Briftol. 
V Guilford 9 MefT. Andrew Ward, William Brown, 
VMilftrd, MefT. Charles Pond, Abraham V. H. Dewkti 

tb-Hai-en, Mr. 3,;muel Mix. 
VtWallingford, MeiT. Jured Potter, John M'Cleave. 
Hff^/^jvrjrj Mc-fl*. Iftac Baldwin, John Lewis. 

!Mr\dge, Men". Samuel ©feorn, Roger Pc<*k. 
ew-London, MeiT. Marvin Wait, Jare. G. Brainard. 
rivicb, MeiT. Jofeph Williams, Rogfli Grifwcid, C/erA. 
"\\i<oKrah, Mr. Nrtcmi .h Waterman, jun. 
iC»/cbefter 9 MefT. Henry C tampion, zd, John Imam, 2d. 
t\Frajik/ir: 9 Mr. Eli Hyde. 

\\GrotGti, M*fT. Simeon Avery, Robert Gcer, 2d. 
j! £[/&*», Mr. Eliiha Morgan. 
(.'■Lyme, MefiT. !>amuci Mather, Hi/ha Way. 
uvi//*, Mr. Eraftui Wcnlrnf.ton, 

[onathan E' ; ■ • WHfon. 



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Fairfield, MetT. Andrew Rowland, Lewi* B. Sturges,; 
Wanbury, Mcff. Joftph M.White, Benjamin Hicock. 
\Brookfield, Mr. Timothy Rugbies. 
'.Greenwich, Mefl*. John M*K.ay, William Knapp. 
\liuntington, Mefl*. *Elias Hawley, David NicolK 
\Noriua/k 9 Mefl*. Eliphalet Lockwood, SamuM«C. SillimaB. 
\New- Fairfield, MefT. Stephen Barns, Amos Brufli. 
[Newtswn, MefT. William Edmond, David Baldwin. 
''Reading, Meif. Thadileus Benedict, Aaron Barlow. 
Ridgfield, Mefl*. JoOiua King, William Forrcfter. 
[Stamford, Mefl*. Tbaddeus Weed, John Davenport, jun. I 
\Stratford, Mefl". Sam. W. Johnfon, Jabsz H. Torniinfon. 
\Weft :n , Mr. John Sherwood. 

JWindham, Mefl*. Shubael Abbe, Timothy Larabee. 
^Ajhford, MelF. Efek Saunders, Thomas Huntington. 
Brooklyn, Mr. Ebenezer Scarborough. 
Canterbury, MtiT. IViofes Cleveland, Luther Paine. 
■Hampton, Mr. Phillip Pearl. 
■Killing/y, MefT. Sampfon Howe, Silas Hutcbins. 
Lebanon? Mefl*, Elkanah Tifdale, Elifha Hutchinfon. 
Mansfield, MefT, Jonathan Hovey, Nathaniel A twood. 
Piainfield, Me/T. Jofhua Dunlap, William Piirce. 
Pemfret, Mefl". Lemuel Grofvenor, John Trowbridge. 
-Sterling, Mr. Lemuel Dorr*nce. 
l.'hompfon, Mr. Thaddeus Learned, 
Voluntonvn, Mr. Samuel Robbins, 
Woodfiock, Mefl*. John Fox, Ebenetfer Smitfrv 

Litchfield, Me/T. John Allen, Ephraim KIrby. 

'Bethlehem, Mr. David Bellamy. 
Canaan, Meff*. John Watfon, Charles Burralf, jun. 
Cornwall, Mefl*. John Sedgwick, lfaac Swift. 
Gojhen, Mefl*. ?\dino Hale, Samuel Hopkins. 
\Hartland, MefT. Uriel Holmes, Ifrael Williams, 
Harwintcn, !\*eu**. Jo.fi ah Phelps, Abner Wilfen* 
Kent, Mr. John Elliott. 

New -14 art fiord, Mefl'. Seth Spencer, John Ken^erfon. 
New-Milfibrd, Me(T. Joiiah Starr, Noble Hinc. 
Norfolk, Me(T. Afahel Humphrys, Nathaniel Stevens. 
Southbury, Mr. JoeL Hinman. 
Sharon, M AT. Samuel Cannek!, Daviu Downs. 



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\SaliJbury, Meff. Heztkiah Fitch, Jofhua Porter. 

\Torri/igt$n, Meff. Seth Wermore, William Battle. 

{Wajbington, Meff. Daniel N. Brinfraade, Peter Sherman. 

\rVinchefter, Mr. Hewit Hills. 

Warren, Mr. Ebenezer Tanner. 

Watertowity Meff. Elijah Woodward, David Smith. 

Woodbury, Meff. Nathaniel Smith, Samuel Or:on. 

Mxedleto'vVn, Meff. Elijah. Hubbard, Samuel W. 

Pan 3, cbefcn Clerk. 
Uaddam, Meff. Edward Selden, Daniel Brainard. 
Chatham, Meff. He zekiah Goodrich, Chauncey Eulkley. 
maft-Haddam, Meff. Jona. O. Mofeiey,. Fliph. Holmes. 
[Kilt'wgivorth, Meff. jofeph Wilcox, Ab-aham Pie.fon. 
IStybrook) Meff. William Hart, Jonathan Lay. 
Tolland, Meff, Daniel Edgertos), Elijah Chapman, jun 
\Boltett, Meff. Samuel Carver, Saul AWord. 
Coventry, Meff. Jetemiah Ripley, Nathaniel Rootv 
\EUington, Mr. MatiUew Hyde. 
[Hebron, Meff. Sylvcfter Gilbert, Elijah Hcufe, 
\Somers, Meff. Reuben Sikes, Abiel Pe*fe. 
Staferd, Uiff. John Phelps, Jeff; Cady. 
Union, 
Willing^, Meff. John Johnfon, Elifha Johnjor*.. 

The Freeman's Oath. 

\ /y*OU A. B. tcing by the Providence of God, an 

| inhabitant of this Stale of Corme&icut, and 

now to be made free of the fame, do [wear by the 

'Name of the Everlizring GOD, that you will be true 

[and faithful to [aid State % and the confiitution and 

\ government thereof, as a free and independent 

State, and whenfoevcr yew. fliall be called to give 

your vote or Jujfrage touching any matter which 

concerns this State, you will give it as in your conf- 

cience you faall judge will conduce to the bejl good 

of the fame i zoiihout refpell of p erf on s or favour , 

j of any man. Sci help you GOD. 



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Town clerks in the ft ate 
of Connefticut. 



Am ford, 
.Bolton, 
Berlin, 
Bran ford, 
Bozrah, 
Brookfieid, 
3etftUra, 
Briitol, 
Brooklune, 
Coventry, 
Canterbury, 
Canaan, 
Chatham, 
Cornwall, 
Colchefter, 
Chefhire, 
Danfeurv, 
Derby, ' 
Durham, 
Eaft-Haddam, 
Ea it -Hartford, 
Eaft- Haven, 
Eaft-Windfor, 
Enfield, 
Ellington, 
Fairfield, 
Farmington, 
Franklin, 
Greenwich, 
Grcton, 
Glaftenbury, 
Guilford, 
Geflien, 
Granby, 
Hartford, 
Hebron, 
Haddam, 



Jofias Byles, 
Oliver Kin?, 
Sylvefter Wells, 
Edwaid RuiTel, 



Collectors of Jlatt 
taxes, chofen Dec. 

1 793- 
Alexander Work, 
Reuben Skinner, 
Matthew Hart, ju. 
John Pottfr. 



Ebenezer Backus, Simeon Abel, ju. 
Elijah Starr, Rufus Sherman, 



Mofes Hawley, 
Enos Ires, 
Jofeph Baker, 
John H«!e, 
Gidton Wells, 



Amos Clark, 
JacobBartholornew 
Daniel Tyler, jun. 
Lavi Looniis, 
John B. Adams, 



Benajah Douglafs, Wm, Hollibard, 
Jonathan Penfitld, David CUik, 
Judah Kellogg, Solomon Emmons, 
John Watrous, Solomon Scofil', 
Rufus Hitchccok, Selden Spencer, 
Major Taylor, Thomas Taylor, ju 
John Humphreys, Jofeph Davis, 
Simeon Parfona, Jofeph Parfons, 
Timothy Gates, Ebenezei Holmes, 
Jonathan Stanley, Nathan M«rrow, 
Jsfiah Bradley, Mof?s A. Street, 
Frederick Elfworth,Seie&men, 
Eliphalet Terry, Neb. Chandler, 
Matthew Hyd«, Hofea Chapman, 
David Judfon, Nathan Beers, 3d. 
John Mix, Ezeklel Cowles, jn« 

Eli Wyde, Ehsn. Hartmorn,ju 

Jabez Fitch, Solomon Clefe, 

Cha's Eldrerige, ju. Ebenezer Morgan, 
Jofiah Hale, Philip Covill, 

Thomas Burgifs, ju William Hubbard, 
Adino Hale, J efTi Stanley, 

Juilah Hslcomb, Ch»unceyPettibone 
G«orge Wyllys, Eiifha Mix, 
Sylvtfter Gilbert, John Gilbert, 
Neh. Brainard, John Brainard, 



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Towns. 

Harwington, 
hiartland, 

-Iamden, 

Hampton, 

Huntings*, 

Kiliingley, 

Killing worth, 

Kent, 

Lebanon, 

Lyme, 

L-tchfisld, 

Lifbon, 

VI il ford, 

VlidHlerown, 

Mansfield, 

Montville, 

NJew-Haven, 

Mew-London, 

North Haven, 

New Milfordj 

Norwich, 

Norwalk, 

Norfolk, 

New Fairfieid, 

New Hartford, 

New-Town, 

PlainfieH, 

Prefton, 

Pom fret, 

Redding, 

Ridgficld, 

Stonington, 

Suffield, 

Salifbury, 

Stratford, 

Stafford, 

Stamford, 

Sharon, 

Somers, 

Symfbury, 



Town clerks. Colletlors ftate faxes, 

Daniel Cadin, ju. Chrifto. Johnfcn, 
Uriel Holmes, Prince Taylor, ju. 
Simeon Briftol, Sam'l Hummifton 
Thomas Stedman, Thomas Utley, 
Elifha Mills, leG rand Mofs Lewi 

Samfon Howe, John Lewrence, 
Abraham Pierfon, Dan Lane, 
Jedidiah Hubbel, Nath'l Berry, ju. 
Hon. Wm WilliamsEliftia Hutchefon, 
David F. Sill, Lemuel Lee, 

Mofes Seymour, James Stone, 
Jedidiah Burnham,John Fitch, 
Gid. Buckingharn/E!iasCarrington,ju, 
BazaSeel Fifk, Eben. Roberts, ju. 

Conft. SouthwOith,Heman Storrs, 
John Raymond, Levi Chefter, 
Samuel Bifhop, Chriftian Hanfon, 
John Owen, Stephen Maynard, 

Jofeph Pierpoint, Lyman Todd, 
Elima Boftwick, William Taylor, 
Ben.Humington,jttShubael Breed, 
Samuel Grummon, Aaron Cornftock, 
Afahel Humphreys, Solomon Curtifs, 
John Penfield, David Northrop, 
Joftph Loomis, Mofes Douglafs, 
Caleb Baldwin, Clark Baldwin, 
William Rohinfon.Phineas Pierce, 
Daniel Morgan, jru. James Lord, 
Samuel Waldo, Ithamar May, 
Lemuel Sanford, Aaron Morehouse, j 
Benjamin Smith, Tinao. Keeler, 3d j 
Stephen Avery, zd.BenadamWilliams^ 
Alexander King, Oliver l°;afe, 



Afa Hutchinfon, 
Robert Walkc*, 
Samuel Blodgett, 
John Hoyt, jun. 
$amu°J Canfiwld, 
ZerahK bbe, 
Noah A. Phelps, 



J*red Ev ^eft, 
John Thrmpfon, 
Reuben Ca-iy, 
Jofeph Gay, 
Paul Sm"rh, 
Robert Heafe, jun. 
Azaviah Wilkox, 



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Tswns, 

Saybrook, 

Soutliirgton, 

Soutlihury, 

T«Hand t 

Torrington, 

Thorn pfon, 

Union, 

Vcluntown, 

Wethen field, 

Windfor, 

Windham, 

^ aterhury, 

Waliingford, 

Wcodftock, 

Wiliington, 

Woodbury, 

Washington, 

Watertown, 

Wincheft?!', 

"Woodbridge, 

Wcfton, 

Warren, 



Town clerks. 



Colleclcrsjlate taxe 4 
Joel Pratt, 



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Samuel Tulley, 

John Curtifs, Lucas Cuttifs, 

Increafe Mofeley, Increafc Mofeley, 
Bencni Shepard, Edward Dimock, 
Ephphs. Sheldon, Seth Wetmore, 
Jacob Drefler, Simon Davis, 

Robert Law fon, Edward Fofter, 
Benjamin Dowe, Samuel Robbins, 
Sam. W. Williams,Simon Welles, 
Henry Allyn, Abel Grifwold, 

Heztkiah Ripley, Jo(hua Maxwell, ■ 
John Kingfbury, Jofiah Bronfon, ju, 
Elifha Whittelfey, James Carrington, 
Jedidiah Morfe, Elias Cbilds, 
Elijah Holt, Noah Pomeroy, 

Nathan Prefton, G.H.Cunni»gham, 
Dan.N. Brinfmade,Abner Mitchel, 
Jofeph A. Wright, Jared Harrifon, 
Eliphaz Alvord, Benoni Bronfon, 
David Cook, Ifaac Johnfon, 

Nathan Wheeler, Peter Williams, 
Gerfhom Holmes, Piatt Starr. 



Nomination for Affiftants or Members of 
Council in May 1795,3s returned to the Ge- 
neral Aflembly at their feflion in Ofto. 1794, 
with the number of Votes to eaeh : 



Hon. 

J Sam'l Huntington, 2137 
jWm. Williams, 1998 
Ijofeph P. Cook, 2456 
IWm. Hillhoufe, 2486 
ijohn Treadwell, 2688 
[James Davenport, 2201 
(Roger Newbury, 2367 



Hon, 
Heman Swift, 
John Chandler, 
Jonathanlngerfol. 
Tho's Grofvenor, 
Tho's Seymour, 
Aaron Auftin, 
Roger Grifwold, 



3*°7 
3462 
4604! 
4168 
2000 
2 736, e 

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! William Edmond, 2S44 
I Jere. Wadfw 0^5-2585 
Nathaniel Smith, 2527 



Chaunccy Goodrich, 195? 

A an a fa Learned, 1944 

Mofes Cleaveland, 1689 

Ephraim Kirby, 1653 

Sylvefter Gilbert, 1581 

jDavid Smith, 1407 

jWilliam Judd, 1376 

jOIiver Wolcott, 1357 

iSamuel W. Dana, 1283 

■He^.ekiah Biffell, 1266 

JGideon Granger, jun. 1247 

Ijames Wadfworth, 1226 

[Jonathan Brace, 1223 

|Charles Phelps, 1008 

iEiima Hyde, 913 

Gideon Granger, 724 

J A (a Spalding, 611 

jWilliam Hart, 60$ 
I Jeremiah G. Brainard, 4I0 

jjohn Sedgwick, . 446 

John Davenport, 427 

jEbentzer Devotion, 423 

Nathan Hale, 377 

Eliph»!et Dyer, 352 

Hlijah Hubbard, 352 

[Simeon Baldwin, 351 

Samuel Mote, 323 

iCoaftant S#uthworth, 301 

'Simitl W. Johnftn, 289 

jofeph Hopkins, 284 

Stepken T. Hoi'mer, 279 

! Andi*w Rowland, 226 

Simeon Briftol, 220 



David Dagget, 2378 
John Allen, 2325 

Marvin Wait, 2087 



William Mofeley, 
Abraham Plerfon, 
Jofhua Coit, 
James Gordon, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
Samuel Gilbert, 
Latham Hull, 
Jofeph Williams, 
Jabez Fitch, 
Elifha Whittelfey, 
Jafhna Porter, 
Hezekiah Ridley, 
Caltin Goddard, 
Judfon Canfieid, 
John W«tfon, 
Henry Champion, jun 
Lemuel feanford, 
Nathans Preftoa, 
Jeremiah Ripley, 
Matthsw Grifweld,ju. 
Noah Phrlps, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
Charlti Chaunccy, 
Heztkiah Fitch, 
Thaddtvi ^'nfrfi&, 
Ja^n C. Smith, 
Jofhau Hilfttftigtbn, 
fchad'ach Ofliorn, 
Andrew Fnati»|to«, 
Timothy Pitkin, ju». 
Nicholas S. M»fttrj, 
Daniel Lea tar 4, 
Pitrpont Edward*, 



217 
216 
212 
211 
199 

197 
J92 
191. 

187 
16S 

166 
163] 
163 
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146 

HS\ 
142 

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132 
127 
121 
114 

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JUDGES of the SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Andrew Adams, efq. Chief Judge, 
Hon. JefTc Root, efq. I Hon. Benj. Huntington, efq. 
H©n. Jona. Sturges, «Tq. | Hon. Afher Miller, efq. 
George Pitkin, ek$. (of Eaft-Hartford) clerk. 

Civil Officers in the County ©f Hartford. 

Judges of the County Court. 

Hon. Stephen M. Mitchel, efq. chief judge. 

Hon, John Tread' veil, I Hon. John Chefter, 

Hon. Thomas Seymour, | Hon. R o ger N ew bury, efq' rs 

George Wyll)§, efq. clerk. 

jfuftices of the Peace, 



George Wyllys, 
John Lawrence, 
Noah Webfter, 
Jonathan Bull, 
Samuel Wyllys, 
William Mofely, 
John Trumbull, 
Nathan Haynes Whiting, 
Thomas Y. Seymour, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
William Imlay, 
John Robbins, 
Charles Churchill, 
Samuel W. Williams, 
Henry Allyn, 
Oliver Ellfw©rth, 
Solomon Grifwold, 
Alexander Wolcott,jun. 
Hezekiah Bifiell, 
Oliver Mather, 
Neadiah Hooker, 
Ichabod Norton, 
Willam Judd, 
John Mix, 
Daniel Humphry, 
Noah Phelps, 
Selah Harr, 
Ifaac Lse, 



Mofes Cafe, 
Gideon Granger, 
Thaddeus Leavitt, ,' 
Amos Granger, 
Oliver PhJps, 
Eiiphalet Terry, 
John Reynolds, 
Jofiah Hale, 
Elizur Hale, 
Jonathan Brace, 
John Curtis, 
Timothy Clark, 
Mark Harrjfon, 
William Woleott, 
Frederick Elifworth, 
Eraftus Wolcotr, 
Rofwcl Grant, 
George Pitkin, 
Jonathan Wells, 
Elifha Pitkin, 
A (libel Pitkin, 
Richard Pitkin, 
Timothy Che?iey, 
Pliny Billyer, 
Andrew Killyer, 
Jofeph Forward, 
Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
Nathaniel Terry, 



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Gad Stanley, 
Solomon Dunham, 
Simeon Hart, 
Zebulon Peck, jun. 
JolYph Byington, 
Afahd Hclcomb, 
Ozias Pettibone, 
Judah Holcomb, jun, 
Dudley Pettibone, 
Reuben Humphr 



Abiel GrifwoW, 
A fab el Hathaway, 
Jofiah biffsll, 
Jofeph BuikJey, 
Ralph Pomeroy, 
Stephen M. Mitchell, 
Philip Selew, 
Amos Hoj'lb'f!, 
Hezek'ah Holcomb, jun 
(efquiies 



John Trumbull, efq. Jiate att&mey. 

PraSXfing ittomus. John Trumbull, Chauncey Good 

rich, Thomas Youngs Seymour, William Mofely, E 

fjlparaim Root, Jonathan Brace, Enoch Perkins, The© 

jldore Dwight, John Lathrop, Decius Wadfwortn, efqTs 

f Hartford. John Williams, Thomas Chefter, efqVs 

I 'Weather sfield. William Judd, Timothy Pitkin, jun 

jf! efq'rs, Famnngton. Hezekiah Blffell, Alexander Wol 

cott, efq'rs, Windjor. Jofeph Backus, efq Glafitrku<s 

Nathaniel Terry, William Kibbe, cfq'rs, Enfield. Gidsc 

Granger, jun. Hez. Huntington, efq'rs, Smfield. Berj 

Farnham, William Wiliiftcn, e.'qVs, Sjmfiury. Elnatha 

Smith, j UP. efq. Berlin. 

Stephen Chefter, efq. of V/ethersfield, fherifF, 

Deputy Jheriffs John Dodd, Simon Clark, Ilxrtfcrc 

Nathan JMDerrowj Eaft -Hartford. John Francis W&btn 

%field. Romantha Norton. Farmington. William Ruffell, Si 

Simeon Grifwold, fPindfor. Nebemiah Chandler, ErfizL 

Jonathan Janes, goalcr. 



Civil Officers in the County of New-Haven. 

Judges of the Ctur.ty Court. 

Hon. Samael Bifhop, efq. chief judge, 

Jofeph Hopkins, efq. Gideon Buckingham,*/*! 

AMrci Ward, eiq. | Simeon Bi'ftol, efq. 

Abraham Bifhop, efq. clerk. 

Jujlices cf Peace. 

Peuhen Atwater, 



Samuel Eifhop, 
David Auft'n, 
Timothy Jjcme#'i 
Henry Dagger, 



Samuel Beach, 
John Pck, 
Thomas Darling, 



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N^-herniah Smith, 
Ephraim Strong, 
Lewis Mallet, jun. 
Stephen Gunn, 
Thames Clark, 
Eliphalet Hotcbkift, 
John Humphry, 
]&Un We] ton, 
Oliver Stanley, 
Eiiakirn Hall, 
Caleb Cook, 
Samuel Whiting, 
Daniel Hall, 
Simeon Parfons, 
John Burgifs, 
i 'homas Burg^fj, ju;a. 
A^aftus Collins, 
William Starr, 
Ellas Graves, 
Jofhua Bradley, 
William Gculd, 
Edward RuiTdl, 
Ebenezer Ru ftsU> 
Jonah Clark, 
David French, 

Jonathan Xne.erfoll, efq. fiate attorney* 
'Pracl'fing at t amies, jonat Han Iflger f©J], Pierpont Ed- 
wards, J'.mes Hil houfe, William HiilhGufe, Ellzur Goo/1- 
ricb* Abraham Eilhop, Dyer White, Simeon Baldwin, 
pavid Da?rgetr, if,iac Mills, Rofweii j-jdfor^ N*trian|| 
Smith, John Goodrich, Napthali Dageett, efquir?5, Ne<w~\ 
Haver. Samuel WcodrufF, efq, WaV.mgfcrd. 
Brown, efq. Guilford. Ai r: ham V. H. DeV/ir, efq. J 
Milfr.rd. JefTe Atwater, efq. Cbepire, John King.; 
efq. Waierbury. JerTe Beach, efq. Derby. 
Jehu Spencer, esq. psrijf, 
Dcpufy-foerijfs. John R. Throop, Jofcph Peck ; 
Qeoltr 9 William G. Hubbard. Selden Spencer, 
Ambrofe Cook, Wallhgford. HezekUh Clark, Darby, 
Jofeph Peck, gcahr. 



John Dibble, 
Jofiah Bradley, 
Simeon Briftol, 
Bnzil Munfon, 
John Flub bard, 
'J horsas Mansfield, 
Jofeph Pierpont, 
Jffrph Darling, 
Samuel Davenport, 
Brenton Hall, 
Stephen Eai!, 
Webb Tomiinfon, 
Miles Murder, 
Dan Parmele. 
Levi Tomiinfon, 
jcci BUckfke, 
V: a m u C I W o o d r u ft, 
John Mc Cleave, 
*:cr»ry Hill, 
Jonathan Todd, 
"jobn RufTeil, 
Samuel Mix, 
Dytr White, 
AbraharrX)ictten&?en. ju. 
( efq u ires. 



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[[Civil Officers in the County of New-London. 

Judges- of the County Court. 
Hon. William Hillhoufe, efq. chief judge. 
William Noye;, efq. Benjamin C<?it, efq. 

Charles Phelps, efq. | Marvin Wait, efq. 

Wilttbrop Salfcnftall, efq. clerk, 
Jufices of Peace 



Timothy Green, 
joflvja Coit, 
Orifwold Avery, 
Jofeph Harris, 
Thomas Shaw, 
Jeremiah G. Brainerd, 
George William??, 
Jonathan Starr, jun. 
Elijah Backus, 
Chriftspher Leffingwell, 
Samuel Tracy* 
Ru f us Lathrop, 
Samuel Leffingwell, 
Jonathan Hunting. on, 
John M. Breed, 
Andrew Tracy, 
Benj, Huntington, jun. 
Andrew Huntington, 
fcliftn Hyde, 
Samuel Motr, 
John Tyler, 
Jeremiah Haifey, 
Eli'is Brown, 

Daniel Morgan, jun. 

Join Williams, 

Nathaniel Minor, 

Jonathan Palmer, jun. 

W m . W i 1 1 i a m s , S t o r. i -ig t o n 

joihua Babcock, 

El jah PAvcr r, 

joihua Prentice, 

Latham Hull, 



Thomas N. Niles, 
Amos Geer, 
Thomas Avery, 
Stephen Billings, 
Charles Eldredge, jun. 
Ezra Selden, 
Richard Wait, 
Seth Ely, 

Andrew Grifwold, 
Matthew Gi ifwold, jun. 
David F. Sill, 
John Watrous, 
Daniel Foot, 
A fa Foot, 
David KUhorn, 
Henry Champion, jun. 
Eliphalet Buikley, 
Nehemiah Waterman, ju 
Benjamin Throop, 
Ehtntntr Hart (horn, 
Eli Hyde, 
John Perkins, 

Ezra Bi(hop, 
John G. Hillhoure, 

Joihua Raymond, 

'Oliver Crary, 

Nathaniel Lord, 

Roger Grifwold, 

Amos Prentice, 

Joel Foot, 

John Gager, 

Mofes Warren, ju. efqY 



Ebenezer Ledyard, 

Jofhua Coit, efq. fate attorney. 



P'raftifingmtormet. Jofl-iua Coit, Jeremiah G. Brain- 

I'tfd, .£has Perkins, Matthew Grifwold, Lyman Law,'! 
'Dtroley SaltonftalJ, efq'rs, New-London. Afa Spaulding,j| 
[Jonathan Frifbie,Elima Hyde, Roger Grifwold, Samuel'! 
i-Iuruington, 3d. William S. Hart, James Lanman, efq'rs. !| 
1 Norwich. Nathaniel Minor, Thomas Butler, Coriding-jl 
jton Billings, Stoniugton. Eiiftia Williams, efq. Gro/o».jl 
'Jeremiah Halfey, Nathan Peters, efq'rs, Vrejlon. WiHiamjj 
jTownfend, . Charles Bulkley, Zecbariah Oirnfted, efqVs.j 
Colchcjler. Matthew Grifwold, jun. Richard M 'Curdy, 
'David Jewit, efq'rs, Lyme. 

Jofh.ua Huntington, efq. ■■ Jher'tff, 
Deputy Jhsriffs, William Richards, Ntw-Londcn. Belaj! 
Peck, Norwich. Lemuel Lee, Lyme* William Wil-| 
liams, jun. Stonlngton. Solomon Scovel, Colcbefter, 
i Goalers. Ebenezer Douglas, New-London. Seth Mi- 
ner, Norwich. 



Civil Officers in the County- of Fairfield.. 

Judges of the County Court. 

Hon. Jofeph Piatt Cook, efq. chief judge. 

Hon. John Chandler, efq. | Philip Burr Bradley, efq 

Lemuel Sanford, efq. Hon.Jam.Davenport,eiq. 

David Burr, efq. chrk.. 

Jufilcvs of Peace, 



Daniel Judfon, 
Robert Walker, 
Abijah M'Ewen, 
Daniel Fairchiid, 
Andrew Rowland, 
Ebenezer JefTup, 
George Burr, 
Thaddeus Betts, 
Eliphalet Lock w cod, 
Matthew Mead, - 
Samuel C. Siilimai, 
John M«Kay, 
Benjamin Mead, 
John Benedict, 
Daniel Cooley, 
Eli Mygatt, 



Deodate Sillimafi* 
Jofeph Strong, 
Reuben Scofield, 
Amos Mead, 
Jabez Fitch, 
Samuel Wakeman, 
Elifha Mills, 
Daaiel Bennst, 
Jofeph Smith, 
John Sherwood, 
James Clark, 
Dudley Baldwin, 
Philip Nichols, 
Dan Towner, 
Jabez H. Tomlinfon, 
Andrew L. Hill, 



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Thad. Bened\£\ ^anbury, 
Thomas Taylor, 
Nehemiah Bcaf^iley, 
James Potter, 
Jabez Botsford, 
William Idmcnd, 
Henry Peck, 

Thad. Benedict, Reading, 
Dame) Duncan, 
John Davenport, jun. 
Charles Webb, 
Abraham Brinfmade, 
A bij ah Stirling, 



Job Eartram, 
Eztkiei Wilfon, 
Samuel B. Sherwood, 
David Allen, 
Jofeph Noyes, 
David Baldwin, 
Eieazer Beach, 
Amos Wheeler, 
Walter Bradley, 
David Maltby, 
Lewis Burr Sturge?, 
Agar judfon, efq'rs. 



Andrew Rowland, efq. fiate attorney* 
Pra$ifing attormeu Andrew Rowland, Jofeph Noyes, 
David Burr, Lewis Burr Sturges, Sam'l Rowland, efq'rs. \ 
Fairfield. Jofeph Walker, Samuel William johnfon, 1 
efq'rs, Stratford. Taylor Sherman, efq. Norwa/k. John 
Davenport,'ju. efq. Stamford. EiimaWhittelfey,Matthew 
|B. Whittelfty, efq'rs, Banbury* Wm. Edmonds,efq.iV>w- 
toivn. Thaddeus Benedict, Seth S. Smith, William Haw- 
ley, jun. efq'rs, Reading. SamudB. Sherwood, tf<\.Wejlon. 
Ifaac Mills, efq. Huntington. 

Elijah Abel, efq. fheriff. 

Deputy-Jheriffs, Matthew Reed, Worwalk. DavitJ Beers, 
Newtown. Aaron Morehoufe, Reading. Jefie Benedict, 
Fairfield, and Gaoler. Samuel Wildrnan, Banbury. He- 
'zekiah Clark, Huntington. Stephen Bifhep, Stamford. 

Goalers. Jeffe Benedict, Frederick J. Whiting. 

Civil Officers in the County of Windham, 

Judges of the County Court. 
Hon. William Williams, efq. chief judge. 
Ebenezer Devotion, efq. | Hon. Tho. Grofvenor,efq. 
ConftantSouthworth,efq. J James Gordon, efq. 
Samuel Gray, efq. clerk* 
Jufiices of Peace, 



Eiiphalet Dyer, 
Hezekiah Manning, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Timothy Larrabee, 



Samuel Gray, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
Jonathan Trumbull, 
John Cisrk, 



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James Pineo, 
Elkanah Tifdale, 
Peieg Thomas, 
Jeremiah Mafon, 
Elima Perkins, 
William Dickfon, 
Andrew Backus, 
John Douglafs, 
Jomua Dunlap, 
Sherebiah Butt, 
Daniel Frofl, 
Allen Campbell, 
Jofeph Wylie, 
John Williams, 
John Salter, 
Experience Storrs, 
Samuel Thompfon, 
Jefle Williams, 
Elima Childs, 
Jedidiah Mode, 
Nathanfel Mareey, 
Benjamin Sumner, 
Benjamin Clark, 
Ifaac Perkins, 
Simeon Smith, 
Sampfon Howe, 
Jafon Phips, 



Thomas Dyke, 
Jofeph Baker, 
Ebenezer Mofeley, 
Ifaac Bennett, 
Jofeph Scarborough, 
Elia/hib Adams, 
Eleazer Moffatt, 
Ja-mes Dennifon, 
Daniel Tilden, 
John Gafton, 
Mofes Cleveland, 
Jabez Clark, 
John M'Clellan, 
Anthony Bradford, 
Thaddeus Learned, 
Benjamin Dow, 
Elima Payne, 
Lemuel Ingolds, 
Nehemiah Child, 
Luther Payne, 
Alexander Gordon, 
Frederick Freeman, 
Lemuel Dorrance, 
Samuel Spring, 
James Eldredge, 
Abel Simons, jun. 

(efqulres. 



Timothy Larrabee, efq. ft ate attorney. 

PraBiJing attarnies. Timothy Larrabee, Jabez Clark, 
Zephaniah Swift, Lebbeus Larrabee, Samuel Perkins, 
efq'rs, Windham. Elima Paine, Mofes Cleveland, efq'rs, [. 
Canterbury. William Dickfon, Calvin Goddard, efq'rs, 
Plalnfteld. John Parim, efq. Brooklyn . Silvanus Backus, 
efq. Pcmfret. John M'Ctellan, efq. Woodftock. Ebenezer 
Dutton, jun. efq. Lebanon. William Perkins, Hcndrick 
Dow, efq'rs, AJbford. 

Shubael Abbe, efq. fieriff. 

Deputy -Jker'iffs. Henry Webb, Phineas Abbe, Windham. 
Lemuel Dorrance, Voluntown. Eleazer Conant, Manifeld. 

Jofeph BurnJiam, Afoford. Holmes, Woedjlock. 

Waiter Hough, Canterbury. 

Phineas Abbe, gaoler. 



Civil Officers in the County of Litchfield. 

Judges of the County Court. 
Hon. Joihua Porter, efq. chief judge. 
Hon. Heman Swift, efq. I Nathan Hale, efq. 
Hon, Aaron Auftin, efq. | David Smith, efq. 
Frederick Wolcott, efq; clerk* 
Jufttces of Peace, 
Jofhua f orter, Judah Kellogg, 

Tapping Reeve, J onn Pierce, 

Daniel Sherman, Edward Rogers, 

Ifaac Baldwin, Jaftus Sacket, 

Reuben Smith, Daniel N. Biinfmade, 

Abraham Bradley, J°hn vVhittelfey, 

James Morrifs, Oliver Parmele, 

David Hurd, David Ambler, 

Hezekiah Thompfon, Thomas Fenn, 

Benjamin Hinman, Seth Smith, 

Sherman Boardman, Eliphaz Aiverd, 

Daniel Everit, Elijah Rockwell, 

Jethro Hatch, Jofeph Wilder, 

jedidiah Hubbei, Eieazer Enfign, 

Daniel Grifwold, Vriel H©lmes, 

David Downs, Elifha Smith, 

Ifaac Parde, Samuel Lee, 

Lott Norton, Nathaniel Swift, 

Daniel Potter, Auguftin Taylor, 

Shubael Grifwold, ] Eli Cu'rtifs, 

Daniel Catlin,jun. Adino Hale, 

Mark Prindle, Jofiah Starr, 

Epaphras Sheldon, Ebenezer Moody, 

Adonij ah Strong, juilus Johnfon, 

Charles Burtall, Uriah Tracy, 

Samuel Forbes, John Welch, 

Giles Pettibone, John Elliot, 

Samuel Nam, j Curt-fs Hurd, 

Afaph Hall, Benjamin Stiles, jun. 

Elifha Sill, Afahel Humphry, 

Samuel Haydon, efq'rs 
Uriah Tracy, efq, flatc attorney. 

vmA - lfing '"^f ' . UrUh Trac y> Ta PP in S Reeve, Ifa 
Baldwin, jun. Ephraim Kirby, lohn Allen. Frederi 



Wolcott, Daniel Lewis, efqVs, Litchfield. Eli Ciutifs, 
Aarcn Smith, efqVs, JVdtertoivn. James 'i hompfon, 
Nathan Prefton, Nathaniel Smith, efq'rs, Woodbury. Ed- 
ward Hinman, Benjamin Stiles, jun. Simeon Hinman, 
efq'rg, Soutbbury. Daniel N, Brinfmade, Wiiliam Co^f- 
well, efq'r*, Wafl/mgton. Daniel Everett, Samuel iioft- 
wick, Nicholas S. Matters, Phiio Rugglcs, efqVs, Neio- 
Mi/ford. Jonathan E. Parmele, t-fc|. Kent. Judfon Can- 
field, John O. Smith, efq' s, Sharon. Adonijah Strong, 
Jofeph Canfie d, Elifha Sterling, efq'rs, Salifbury. fohn 
Elmore, Rufus Stanley, efqVs, Canaan. Edmund Akens, 
Aguftus Pettibon«, efqVs, Nor/oik. Uriel HolBaes, efq. 
Nfiv Hartford* 

Lynde JLord, efq. fheriff. 
Deputy -Jhcrijjfs. Lynde Lord, junr. Alexander Catlin, 
Litchfield. Amos Clark, Bethkm. David Whittelfey, 
Wjjh : ngtcn. Samuel Com ftock, jun. Neiv-Milford. James 
Johnfon, Salifbury. Giles Pettibone, jun. Norfolk* 

Elijah Wadfworth, gaoler* 

Civil Officers in the County of Middlefex. 

Judges of the County Court* 

Hon. William Hart, efq. chief judge. 

John Dickinfon, efq. i Ebenezer White, efq. 

Hezekiah Brainard, efq. | Hezekiah Lane, efq* 

Stephen Titus Hofmer, efq. clerk, 

Jufiices of Peace. 



William Hart, 


Ifrael Spencer, 


Matthew Talcott, 


Jonathan Ogden Mofeley. 


Comfort Sage, 


John Perceval, 


Ifaac Miller, 


Jonathan Penfield, 


Elijah Hubbard, 


William Morgan, 


Samuel W. Dana, 


Ifaac Spencer, jun. 


Stephen T. Hofmer, 


Benjamin Wiliiams, 


Nehemiah Brainard, 


Amos Churchill* 


Cornelius Higgins, 


Ifaac Gridley, 


Ezra Brainard, 


Thomas Silliman, 


Timoth/ Starkey, 


Bryan Parmele, 


Jedidiah Chapman, 


Hezekiah Goodrich, 


Samuel Tuliey, 


Jonathan Lay, 


John Hart, 


Ch3uncey Bulkley, 



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George Eliot, 
Job Wright, 
Abraham Pierfon, 
r^rtin Lord, 
Jabez Chapman, 
Timot!>y Gates, 

State Atlc; my. 
PraEtying Attorn'm. 



fames Bill, 
Bezaleel Briftol, 
J ofeph Wilcoa, 2d. 
EHpbatet Holmes, 
Samuel Hart, 
Jofeffrh Wiilard, efq'rs, 
Samuel W. Dana, tfq. 
Samuel W. Dana, Ezckiel Wood 
Br off, Stephen Tttua Hofmer, Matthew T. Ruffe), Enoch' 
jjHantingtcn, jun. Silas Stow, efq'rs, Middletwn. David 
|Parme!se, efq. Haddam* Jonathan O. Motel ey, J a red 
!w. Spenser, efq'rs, Eaft-Ezddam. David Wright, efq 
%S.ay brook, N»a!i Letter, efq. Killingwortb, 
Sheriff, Enoch Parfons, efq. 
J Deputy -fieriffs* Daniel Shepard,jun. Chatham* Wm, 
I i <r. frh i Haddam . W i i 1 i a m G eJ i\o n , Eafi Ha dda m . S a n - 
£forth CUk, Saybrook. George Morgan, Kiliingnuorth. 
j Gaol-kerpcru M]ddki^don i Gaol not tenable. 
Haddam. William Smith. 

Civil Officers in the County of Tolland, 

jfndges of the County Court. 
Hon. Samuel Gilbert, efq. chief judge. 
Jeremiah Ripley, efq. John Phelps, efq. 

Reuben Sikss, efq. j Jeremiah Wed, efq. 

Echraim Grant, juris efq* <hrk* 
"fnfticei of Peace, 



Samuel Gilbert, 
Samuel Chapman, 
Jeremiah Weft, 
Samuel Carver, 
lchabod Warner, 
Abraham Burnap, 
Ephraim Kingfbury, 
Daniel Elfworts, 
Matthew Hyde, 
Elijah Keliogg, 
Elihu Marvin, 
Benjamin Buell, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Timothy Dutton, 



Thomas Pitkifl, 
Inac Foot, 
Jeffs Cadv, 
Solomon Wales, 
John c cffions, 

1 Dunton, 
r.i.ma Johnfon, 
Btn jab Strong, 
Oliver King, 
Samuel Whittelfoy, 
John Ha e, 
Levy Wells, 
J ofeph Parkerj efq'ts. 



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S > l Vfctter o . i 1 1 1 , t fq . ft a t£ at to r v ey . 
Fratflfing at tor vies, aylverter Gilbert, Leonard E. La- 
th; op. 1 homj: fbn Peters, efqYs, Hekroi. Samuel Whit- 
ic.foy, Jonathan Barnes, William Cobb, Samuel Hunting- 
ton, eiq'is, Tolland. Phelps, Stafford. 

, Elijah Chapman, jun. efq. fie riff. 

Deputy -fieriffs. E er Robinfon . Tolland, John Gilb- 
ert, Hebron. JefleCenvers, Stafford. 

Jarvis Cutler, gaoler. 

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Courts of Probate in the State of Connecticut. 

DiftriSi ofUartfird, 
Jonathan Bid!, eiq. ju ige. Mr. James Wells, clerk, 

}''armington 9 
John Tread well, efq. judge. Mr. Martin Bull, clerk 

Swfoury, 
Ncah Phelps, efq. judge/ Mr. Amherft Phelps, clerk. 

£aft~H~indfor, 
EraftusWokott, ju. efq. jwdge. Mr. Arodi Wolcott, el. 

Ne e w-lln i ven i 
Samuel Biftiop, efq. judge. 

Water bury, 
Jofeph Hopkins, efq. judge. Mr. JeiTe f-Jopkins, clerk. 

WaUingfiord, 
Oliver Stanley, efq. judge. Mr. Hun Munfon, clerk. 

Guilford, 
Edward Ruffel, efq. judge. Col John Eliot, clerk. 

Ne<iv- London , 
William Hillhoufe, efq- judge. Jomua Coit, efq. clerk 

Norivicb, 
Andr. Huntington, efq. judge, Mr. Zach. Huntington, cl. 

Stcnington, 
Charles Phelps, efq. judge. Mr. John Denlfcn, 3d, cl. 

Fairfield, 
Andr. Rowland, efq. ju^ge. Mr. SanVl Rowland, cl. 

Stamford, 
John Davenport, efq. judge. James Davenport, efq. cl, 

D anbury, 
Jof. P. Cock, efq. judge. Mr. Jof. P. Cook,jun. clerk. 

Stratford, 
Robert Walker, efq. judge. Mr. Jof. Walker, clerk 



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Windham ) 
Wm. Williams* efq. judge. Mr. Tho. Williams, clerk 

Pomfret, 
Tho. Grofvenor, efq. judge. Mr, Lem'l Grofvenor, cl.| 

Plainfield, 
John Douglafs, efq. JMdge. James Gordon, efq. clerk, j 

Litchfield, 
Hon. Oliver Wolcott, efq. judge. Mr. Fred.Wolcott,cl. 

Shar§n, 
Joftiua Porter, efq. judge. Mr. Auguftus Porter, clJ 

New-Milford, 
Daniel Everett, efq. judge. Mr. Nicho. S. Mafters,ci. 

Woodbury, 
Daniel Sherman, efq. judge. Mr. Dan. Sherman,ju. cl. 

Norfolk, 
Giles Pettibone, efq jiH^e. Mr. Dudley Humphrey,cl» 

Middletown, 
John Dickinfon, efq. jud L re. Mr. Bezaleel Fifk, clerk. 
Eaft Haddam, \ 

Ifaac Spencer, efq. judge. Mr. Jared Spencer, clerk. v 

Say -Brook, 
Hezekiah Lane, efq. jude;e, Mr. Dan. Lane, clerk. 

Stafford, 

John Phelps, efq. judge. Mr. Howard Moulton, clerk. 

Hebron, 
Samuel Gilbert* efq. judge. Sylvefter Gilbert, efq. cl. 



UNION BANK in New-London. 



Jedidiah Huntington, Efq. Prefident. 

DIRECTORS. 



Mefli'rs Jer 4 . Hunt*ngton 9 

Jofeph Hovvldrtd, 

Mi . in Wait, 

S a c:i u <il Moo . bi Idge, 

Willia n Stewirt, 

Jofeph P ;rkins. 

E .!w irci Hailam, 

John Hallam, Cafhier, 
( Direclcrs chofen annually by the ficchholdcri, on the fir ft 
Tburfday in "June) RULES 



Chriftopher Lefnngwell, 
O uy Richards, 
Thomas Lathrop, 
GrOi^e Hall am, 
William Hubbard, 
Jonathan Starr, jun. 



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j RULES to be skjtrvtd at the BANK, in New-London. 

THE Office is open from 10 to 12 o'clock In the morn-jj 
ling, and from 2 to 4 in the after-neon, Saturday afternoen | 
excepted. 

I Notes for Difeountare received in the morning of Tuef- 
'days and Fridays, and the money paid in the afternoon of. 
jthe fame days. 

Payments at the Bank muft be examined at the Time,' 
as no deficiency fuggefted afterwards can be admitted. 
The funded debt of the United States, national bank (lock 
and fteck of the Union Bank in New-London, will be re- 
ceived inftcad of other fecurity, under the regulation pre- 
ferred at the Ba»k. 

1 Money, due on bills or notes, left with the Bank for 
Collection, will he collected free of expence, except in cafe 
of Proteit or Suit, when the charge of proteit, and necef-j 
fafy expences of fuit, muft be borne by the perfon lodging 
ithebill or notg. I 

FORM of a Note negotiable at the Bank. 
Dollars. 

after date I for 

value received \ prom'ife to pay &f 

t>r srder, at the Union Bank in Neiv-Lerdonm 

Witneffes. | 

The Note muft be tndorfed by the perfon in whofe favor 
it is drawn. 

No notice will be given from the Bank when notes are! 
due. — — — 

HARTFORD BANK. 

John Caldwell, efq. President. 

DIRECTORS. 



Meffi, Barnabas Deane, 
John Morgan, 
Caleb Buil, 
Ephraim Root, 



George Goodwin, 
Oliver Elfworth, 
Timothy Burr, 
Peleg Sanford. 



Hezekith Merrill, Cajhler 

RULES to be cbferved at the BANK in HARTFORD. 

THE Ba nk to be opened every day in the year, 

except Sundays, public Fafls, Thankfgivings, Chriftmas, 

and the fourth of July, from 9 to 12 o'clock in the fore- 



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— B— — H i mm i 1 1 — mm— i i* ii iwu i rmammmmmmmmmm m m i mmaiim i ^ 

noon, and from 2 to 5 in the afierfWohj Saturday aiccr- 
noon excepted. 

Notes prefented for difcount will be received during ibe 
hours of bufinefs on Monday and Thurfday in each week, 
and, if accepted, the money will be paid on the following 
day* 

Payments made at the Bank, are never fubjetf: to revi-lj 
fioRS — errors (if any) muft be difcovered before the money 
is taken off the Counter. 

In order to obtain difcount, a note expreffing the fum 
wanted (in dollars) muft be inclofed in a letter, directed 
to theCafhier of the Hartford Bank, with an indorfer, re 
quefling Difcount may be made for any number of days, 
jnot exceeding fixty, 

J Notes executed in any of the cities in this (late, made! 
[payable at the Hartford Bank, wirti one indorfer refidentj 
jin the city of Hartford, mail be received for difcount. j 
I Bills and notes left at the office for collection, will be 
|prefented for acceptance, and the money collected or de- 
Imanded without expence, except in cafe of prattft ; the 
[charges of which ihall be paid by the perfon lodging the 
jbill or note. 

Gold and filver coins will be received and paid according! 
|to the laws eftablimed by the Congrefs of the UnitedStates. 

FORNf of a Note prefented for difcount. 
11 Days after date, I prcmife to pay to • • or 

order, at the Hartford Bank, Dollars — Cents ) 

Value received in the city of> , this — day of* 17 

Incorporated CITIES. 

New Haven. 
Samuel Bimop, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen, 
David Auftin, efq. | Henry Daggett, efq. 

Timothy Jones, efq. | Elizur Goodrich, efq. 
Dyer White, clerk city court. 
Simeon Baldwin, efq. city clerk. 

J r°r hn I R p T !' 00P ' \ to'Ws" 

Jofeph Peck, V 



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fneriffs. 



New-London. 
Hon, Ricbaid Law, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen, 
Marvin Walt, efq. ! Edward Hallam, efq. 

Winthrop Saltonrtall, efq | Guy Richards, efq. 
Lyman Law, clerk of city court. 
Common council men. 
MefiTrs Simon Wolcott, Samuel Wheat, George Col- 
fax, Nicol Fofcllck, Jonathan Starr, jun. Ell/ha Kinman. 
Wiiliam Richards, 
Jofhua Hesnpfted, 

John Owen, city cierk. 
Winthrop Sakonftall, efq. cierk of the market. 
Pound -keepers* Jofhua Herr.pfted, George Sheincid, 
Thaddeus Brooks. 

Infpcffors of Hay* Michael Mdally, KicfJ Fo&ick, 
Samuel Bekhn. 

Infpe?hrs of Wood, Robert Hallam. Samuel Wheat, I 
Michael Melally, John Woodward, NiccI Fcfdick, George I 
D. Avery. || 

Sealer of Weights andMeafures. Euclid Elliott* 
Crier. James Beebe. 
(Their annual Meeting the fecor.d Monday in June) 
Hartford. 
Hon. Thsroas Seymour, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Samuel WyDys, efq. Barnabas Deane, efq. 

Jonathan Bull, efq. John Trumbull, efq. 

James Wells, Simon Clark, flieriffs. 
Wiilism Adams, clerk. 
(/Their annual Meeting the I aft Monday in. March.) 

Middle town. 
Hon. After Miller, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Elijah Hufe'bard, efq. *[ Chnuncey tyhutejfey, efq. 
George Phillips*, t:"q. Samuel W. Dana, efq. 

Samuel Canfieli,. ? <wft 
NaiMn Strong, \ m * rim > 
John Fife, clerk. 
Their annua! meeting the third Mend ay in January, 



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Norwich. 
Kon. Benjamin Huntington, efq. mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Ell fha Hyde, efq. j Roger Grifwcld, efq. 

Ephraim Bill, efq. j Andrew Huntington, efq. 

Benjamin Tracy, 1 ~ .~. 
Shub.ej Breed, f n,eriffi - 
Benjamin Huntington, jun. efq. cierk. 
Their annual meeting tie firft Tuejdiy in July. 

UNITED STATES. 

H T^eafury departments Sept. 2S, 1790. 

f.TKE following regulations have been adopted j 
Sto wards carrying into txscution the acl, making provifior 
jPfar the debt of me United States. 

jj When a transfer is to be made from one perfon to ano- j 
[pier, the certificate cr certificates of the debt to be transfer- ij 
I t- rt, rnuft be produce J at the proper office, in order that! 
*; the fame may be canssjtUd, anj a new one, or new ones : 

ilLie, as the cafe Cn;&\\ itquire. When a transfer is de-i 

fired fr©m one office to anorher, application mud in the 

firft inftance be made to the office where the credit exifls, 

«w hereupon the certificate or certificates of the debt to be 

f transferred will be cancelled and a fpecial one granted, as 

a voucher to the fecreUry of the Treafiiry j upon the p;o-i 

duclicn and d.hvery of which to him a warrant will itTue 

|;to the office, to which the debt is to be transferred, where 

fthe bufinefs will be completed. The form (A) at foot 

^hereof, has been adapted for letters of attorney, to make ( 

I transfers, which, and thJ directions for compleating it, it 

lis expected will be carefully obteived. 

In every cafe of a transfer of the fuhferifced cr funded 
■Idebt, the new certificate wi!l bear intereft, only from the! 
ifirft clay of the qnarter, in ivbicb the transfer is made. The, 
"unpaid intereftj which may have accrued prior to that quar 
uter, will fee paid only to the perfon, v.- ho was ftockholderj 
|at the time it accrued, or to his fpecial aflignee 
I Fourteen days before the expiration of each quarter, tke 
; Jbooks of each office will be clofed ; fo that no transfer s 
hwlll be made, nor except at the Treafury, will any fub. 



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fcriptions be received, or old certificates exchanged for new 
ones, on the application of non-fubfcribers, during that 
period. 

On the fubfcribed or funded debt, intereft as It becomes 
due will be paid without produ&ion of the certificates if-. 
faed for the fame. On the unfubfcitbed debt, if any there 
I (hall be, the production of the certificates will be nccefTary 
[in order to the receipt of the intereft, and an indorfement' 
of the p^ymenr of it upon the certificates* This however, I 
in conf/dcration of the rVflc and inconvenience of tranfmif- 
'fion, will not be require 1 of thofe who hold certincaies of 
the Regiiler o: $he r,n?afury, an • refide out of the United 
States. The form ( B) at the foot hereof, of a letter cf 
attorney for receiving intereft, and the direcYioss there 
with, it is ex: j' 4 ; 1 m\\ ; arefulty pu.faed. 

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FORM of a Poivcr t9 transfer flock. 

Know all ms.n by these pre sen ts, that 
do make, confikute and appoint irue and lawful 

Attorney, for and in name to felt, aiTign and trans 
fer the flock finding in name in th 

[Books of v/lth power alfo an Attorney or Attornics 

under for that purpofe, to moke and fubftitute ; and tc 
do all lawful ;&% requituc for effcSin^ tfere orernifes ; here 
by ratifying: and confirming all that fafd Attorney or 

fuhfti*ute or fubftitutes fhall do tfcereih 'w virtue thereof. 

In tVUnefs zokcrcof have hereunto \tt hand and 

Ifeal , the day of in the year cf our Lord, One 

thoufand hundred 

Sealed and delivered in ■pre fence of 

Be it Known, That on the dayof One thcuf 
'and hundred before me, came 

[within named, and acknowledged the above Letter of At 
torney tofce Aft and Deed. 

In teftimony whereof I have hereunto fet my hand and 
the Day and Year laft aforefaid. 
| Directions. If the Power is to expend to the whole 
of the flock the word all is to be inferted after the word 
transfer, If only to part, the particular fum is to be in 
ferted, wiih the addition of the words being part of. 
[ If the power is to extend only to a certain fpecies <v 



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flock, U may be expreffed in the different cafes by fnfert-1 
ing in ths blank between the words the and /lock the words 
funded fix per cent, (which will defignate the frock bear-jj 
ing a prefent intereft) or the words, funded three per cent.*] 
(which will defignate the three per cent, ftcck) or the 
'*ord, deferred (which will defignate the ftock bearing 
nterefl at the tr\i of ten years) or the word unfunded, 
'{which will defignate the unfubferibed part of the debt.). 
If no power of fubftitution is defired to be given, the 
whole that relate3 to it to be omitted ; the place of abodej 
Sc quality of each witnefs, to be written againfl his n^rae.] 
The acknowledgement may be taken before any judge' 
of a court of the United States, or of a Superior Court of 
Law or Equity in any State, or County Court, or before a] 
iMayor or other Chief Magistrate of any place 3 or before! 
' a Notary Public. 

In the acknowledgement, if the Seal of a Court, or Cor-{ 
|por3tis>n is to be affixed, the words caufed to be may pre-; 
fcede the word affixed, the blank immediately following to ; 
|be filled with a designation of the leal 5 a?, that it is the 
jfeal of a certain Court, naming it ; or the feal of a certain; 
^Corporation, naming it $ or the feal of Office of the partyi 
pefore whom the acknowledgement is taken if he has one$ ; 
for if he has none, with the words my feal. 
I If there be no public or official feal to the acknowledge 
iment, proof of the execution of the Power muft fee made 
?,by Oath or Affirmation of one of the Wknefses, to be tak- 
fen before fome perfon duly authorised at the place where 
hthe transfer is to be made. 

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FORM of a Power f Attorney to receive Intercfl, 

I Know all Men by these Present?, That 
Sdomake, constitute and appoint tine snd lawful! 

\ Attorney, for and in name to rrceive the intereft 

ftock, (landing in name in the books of 
with power alfo an attorney or attornies under for that 
purpofe to make and fubftitute ; and to do all lawful ac"H 

j requif/te for effecting the premifess 5 hereby ratifying andj 
{confirming all that faid attorney or fubftitute or 

} fwbftitutes (hall do therein by virtue hereof. 

j' In IVltnefs kv hereof have hereunto ft hand and feal , 



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hbe day of in the year of our Lord One tbtujand hundred 

Sealed and delivered in prejer.ee of 

BE it Known, That on the day of One thou/and 
hundred before me came within named, and 

acknowledged the above Letter of Attorney to be atl and deed, 

In Tefiimony whereof, I have hereunto Jet my band and 
the day and year lafi afore/aid, 

DIRECTIONS. 

If the power is to be general, the words n«w due, or which 
hereafter grow due upon are to beinferted after the word in 
ttttn. If not general, the time for, or to which the interejl is 
to be received, to be fpccially expreffed after the word intereft, 
If no power of jubfiitution is defred to be given, the whole 
(hat relates to it to be omitted, The place of abode and quality 
'f each witnefs, to be written againj} his name. 

The acknowledgement may be taken before any judge of t 
court of tbe United States, cr cfafuperior court of law or equ 
■*7y in any fate, cr of a county court > or before the mayor, or fi- 
ber chief magifl rate of any place, or before a notary public. 

In the acknoweidgemeni,iftbefealoftbe court or corporation 
s to be affixed, the words caufe to be may precede the word 
affixed. 'The blank immediately following to be filled with a 
Xdtfgnatlon of the feat; as that it is the fea I of a certain court, 
hnaming it ; or the feat of a certain corporation, naming it ; or 
'the feal of office of the party before whemthe acknowledgement 
hs taken, if be has one ', or if he has none, with the words rny 
Meal. If there be no public or official Jeal to the acknowledge- 
ment, proof of the execution of 'the power, tnuft be wade by oath 
for affirmation of one of the witnejfes, to be taken before fine 
perjen duly au/horifed, at the p'ace where the transfer is to be 
made, , , 

PENSIONERS. 

Invalid Fenf oners of the United States are paid once in 
fix Months, by the Commifiioners of Loans within the 
States refpe&ivdy, under the following Regulations viz. 

Every application for payment mult be accompanied 
by the following vouchers. 

lft. The certificates given by the ftate, fpecifying that 
the perfen potfeffing the fame i» in faft an Invalid, and af- 
certaining the fum to which asfuchheis annually intitled. 

zd. An Affidavit, agreeably to the following form : 

«' ii mwj»»m i. m . O . »m ... ~ ~ , . » .. . .<■.,... .«.. n . w ti m mm t\ » t &m »mKAxTjSSi\ 



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A. B. came before me, one ofthejujiiccsoftbe county of 
in the State of and made oath that he is the fame A. B. to 
whom i he original certificate in his pojp-jion was given, of 
which the following is a copy (the certificate given by the State 
to b recited) That he ferved (regiment, corps or vejfel) 

at the time he was dijabled, and that he new refides in the 
and county of ■ and has rejided there for thelcfi years, 
previous to which he refided in 

In cafe an invalid mould apply for payment by an at- 
torney, the faid attorney, befides the certificate and oath 
before recited, muft produce a fpecial letter of attorney 
agreeably to the following form : 

/ A. B. of county of State ef do hen by 

confikute and appoint J. K. o/'E. my /awful attorney, to 
receive in my behalf ' oj ' W '. I. my penfion , for fix months, as an 
invalid »fthe United States, from the day of onethcu- 
fand Jeven hundred and and ending the day of 

one theufand feven hundred and 

Signed and fealed in the prefenceof 
Acknowledged before me, 
I Applications of executors and adroiniftrators muft be 
I accompanied with legal evidence of their refpeclive offices 
jand alfo of the time the invalids died, whofe penfion they 
may claim. 

YALE-COLLEGE in New-Haven. 

EZRA STILES, D.D. & LL.D. President. 

Fellows. 



Eliphalet Williams, D.D. 
Nathaniel Taylor, 
Elizur Goodrich, D.D. 
Timothy Pitkin, 
Enoch Huntington, 



Jofiah Witney, 
David Ely, 
Nathan Williams, 
Hezekiah Rrpley, 
Levi Hart. 



The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, and the fix fenler 
Affiftants in the Council, are afibciated with tfee Prefi- 
dent, Sec. Members of the Corporation of the College. 
Vacant, Prof 'ofibr of Divinity* 
Prefident Stiles, Prcfejer of Ecclefiafiical Hiftory. 
Jofiah Meigs, A.M. Profcjfor efMatbmatics and na- 
tural Philofopby. 

Hon. James Hillhoufe, Trcafurer. 



Tutors. 
James Gould, A. M. | Jofiah Stekbins, A.M 

(fimor Tutor and Librarian, | Noah Linfly, A. M. 
Jeremiah Atwater, few ard : Ifaac Lewis, A. B. butler 

Commencement, fecond Wednefday in September. 
Vacations i. From Commencement fix weeks ; and from 
the fecond Tuefday in January, three weeks j and from 
the fixth of May, three weeks. 



Minifters and Churches in the ftate of Con-j, 

NECTICU'/. 



Hartford. 
Rev. Nathan Strong, 

Abel Flint, 

Nathan Perkins, 

Vacant, B. 

Berlin , John Smalley, 

Beaoni Upfon, 

Nathan Fenn. 
Bripl, Giles H. Cowles, 

Jonathan Miller. 
Eaft .Hartford, 

Etfph.Wiliiams, D.D. 

Vacant, 

Chrifto. Miner, B. 
E. Wind/or, David M'Clure, 

Thomas Potwine. 
£nf eld /Nebemiah Prudden, 

Vacant, C. 

Farmington, Vacant, 

Rufus Hawley: 
€lafenbury, William Br«wn, 



County of Hartford, 



James Eells. 

Gr*ȣy, lfaac Porter, 

Whitefiold Cowles. 

Scutbin<rton,Wm, Robinfon, 
Ifrael B.Woodward, 
Vacant, B 

S^/^,EbenezerGay,D.D.) 
EbenezerGay,jun.) 
Daniel Waldo, 
John HaiVmgs, B< 

Symjbury, Samuel Stebbins 
Jeremiah Hallock, 
Ambrofe Todd, E. 

Wether if eld, John Marflh 
Jofhua Belding, 
Calvin Cbapin. 

WindJor&zx'A S.Rowland,) 
Henry A.Rowland,) 
Wiiliam F. Miller, 
Vacant, 
Theodore Hinfdale. 



County of Neiv-Ha<ven. 
New-Haven. Noah Williflon^ 

Rev. James Dana, D.D. J Plurality, 

Yale- College, Vacant, | Bradford, Vacant,. 



Jona. Edwards, D.D. 
Bela Hubbard, E, 
Vacant, 



Matthew Noy5s> 
Samuel EeU»> 
Vacant, 



B 



imia«MBMu.^#K ^«u< 



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iXbefiire, John Foot, 

m Reuben Ives, E. 

t'Dit-by^ Vacant, 

IjRicbard Mansfield, DD.- ) 
'fcdw&rd Biackfley, ) 

David Brovvnfon, 
Abner Smith, 

f i?*r/^,Eliz.G&odrich,DD 

YE. Haven, Nicholas Street. 

\ t Cu\lfQrd f Amos Fowler, 
John Elliot, 
Thomas W. Eray, 

SSimcn Backus, 
David Butler, E. 
| Harden* Vacant. 



MUfiord, Wm Lockwcod, 

David Tullar, 

Vacant, E. 

No. Haven, Benj. Trumbull, 

Plurality, E. 

Wallingford, James Noyes, 

John Willard, 

Afhb§l Hofmer, B. 

Seth Hart, E. 

Vacant. 
Waterbury,Wi. Leavenworth 

Vacant, E. 

Abraham Fowler. 
Wo9dbridge,D'AV\& L. Beebe, 

Stephen Hawley. 



County oi 
New-Lcndcn. 

I Rev. Henry Charming, 
Samuel Seabury, D.D. 
(Bi(h.epif.ch. Connect. 
I ZadockDarrow, B. 

J?(jartfZ>,Jonathan Murdock, 
i Peter Rogers, B. 

Colcbefier, Salmon Cone, 

Robeit Robbins, 

David Huntington, 

Vacant, 

Chrifto. Palmer, B. 

Abel Palmer, B. 
Franklin, Samuel Nott, 
Crelen, Aaron Kinne, 

Vacant, 
Timo. Wightman,B. 

Silas Burrows, B. 

Park All)n, C. 

Lijbon, David Ha!^, 

Andrew Lee; 



l\/eio London, 
Lyme, Lathrop Rockwell, 

Vacant, 

David Higglns, 

Jafon Lee, B. 

Daniel Miner, C. 
Montville, Rozel Cook, 

Reuben Palmer, B. 
Norwich, Jofeph Str«ftg, 

John Tyler, E. 

Walter King. 
Preftcn, Lemuel Tyler, 

Levi Hart, 

Vacant, 

Paul Pa»k, C. 

o>0»i/*|;/«* , H cz . N . Woodm fi 

Vacant, 

Chrifto. Avery, C, 

Eleazer Brown, B. 

Simeon Brown, B. 

Val.W. Rathbun,B. 



County ©f Fairfield. 
Fairfield. I Robert Rofs, 

Rev. Andrew Elliot, J Timothy Dw:ght,D,D 

Hezekiah Ripley, J Philo Shtltop, E. 



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Seth Higbie, 11. 

Danbury, Timothy Langdon, 

John Ely, 

Eben'r White, Sandi. 

JuftusHulI, B. 

Greenwich, Vacant, 

Ifaac Lewis, D. D. 

Vacant, 

Vacant, B. 

Huntington , David Ely, 

Vacant, E. 

Elifha Rexford. 
Neivfa nfield, Medad Rogers , 

Vacant, 
Newtown, Vacant, 

Thomas Brooks, 

Philo Perry, E. 

Norivs/k, Matthias Burnet, 



GeoigeOglfcvie, £ 

Aaron Woodward, 

Juftus Mitchell 
Reading, Nathaniel Bartlet, 

Vacant, EJ 

RidgeJie!d,Skmue\ Goodrich 

Samuel Camp, 

Vacant, E. 

Stamford, i ■ ■ , 

Ebenezer Dibble, E. 

Mofes Mather, 

Vacant, 

Ebenezer Ferris, B.) 
Stratford ,Ste p . W . S teb Win s , 

Afhbel Baldwin, E. 

Izrahiah Wetmore. 
rVefion,]zn\es Johnfon, 

John Noyes. 



Wtndbanu 
Rev. Elijah Waterman, 

James Cogfwell, D.D. 

John Palmer,. C. 

... » Lathrep, B. 

Afiford, Enoch Pond, 

Andrew Judfon, 

William Storrs* 
'Brooklyn, Jofiah Whitney, 
| Daniel Fogg, E. 

^Canterbury, Solo. Morgan, 
| John Staples. 
Hampton, Ludovicus Weld, 
i Vacant, B. 

Killingly, Elifha Atkins, 

| Day, C. 

Lebanon, Zebulon Ely, 



County of Windham. 



Timothy Stone, 

Thomas Brockway, 

John Gurley. 
Mansfield, Elijah Gridley, 

Mofes C. Welch. 
Plainfield, Joel Benedia. 
Pom/ret, Aaron Putnam, 

Walter Lyon, 

Oliver Dodge. . 
Tbompfon, Noadiab &uffel, 

John Martin, B. 

Voluntown, Michaiah Porter 
JVoodfiock, Eliphalet Lyman, 

Stephen Williams, 

William Graves, 

Vacant. B, 



! Litchfield, 

Rev. Judah Champion, 

Vacant, E* 

Barklempfied, Ozias, Eells, 



County of Litchfield. 

Ezra Wood worth* 
'Betblem* Azel Backus, 
Canaan, Daniel Farrand, 
Jofhua Knap, 



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Vacant, C< 

Cole brook, Vacant. 
Carnival/, Vacant, 
Gojhen, Afehel Hooker* 
Hart land, Aaron Church, 

Nathaniel Gaylord. 
Harwinton, JomuaWiiliams 
Kent, Joe4 Board well. 
New- Hartfsrd, Jona.Mar/h, 
Ne<w- NathanielTaylor, 7 
Mi! ford, Stanley Grifwold \ 

Vaca»t, K. 

•Norfolk, Arnmi R. Robbing. 
Sa/ijhury, Vacant. 
S'barox, Cotton M. Smith. 



Ssutbbury, Bet'ja.Wtldman 

Vacant. 
Torringtsn, Alexand. Gillet 

Samuel J. Mills. 
Warren, Peter Stair. 
JVaJh- Dan Brinfmade, ) 
ington,NoAh Merwin, ) 
Jeremiah Day. 
Watsrio'wn, fcJYiel Gridiey, 
Simon Waterman, 
Chauncy Prindie, E 
Whichijier, Vacant, 

Publius V. Bco^e. 
Woodbury, Noaji Benedla, 
Thomas Canfidd, 
Vacan\ E 



County of 
Middletoiun. 
Rev. Enoch Huatmgton, 

Abraham Jarvis, S. 

GeWhom Bulkley, 

Vacant, 

Thomas Miner, 

Stephen Parfons, C. 

Jofeph Graves, C. 
Eafi-Haddaw,E\V)2th Parfons 

William Lyman, 

Jofeph VaiJ,, 

Vacant, B. 

Solomon Blakeflee, E. 
Chatham. Cyprian Strong, 



Midd/efex. 
Rev. Joel Weft, 
David Selden, 
Solomon .Wheat, B. 
Plurality, E. 

Haddcm, Eleazer May, 
Kill'mgnvorth, 

Achilles Mansfield, 
Henry Ely. 
%^m?*,Fred.W.Hotchkif< 
John Devotion, 
Richard Ely, 
Samuel Mills, 
Vacant, E. 

Eliphalet Letter, B. 



Count/ of 

Tolland. 
Rev- Nathan Williams; 
^Bolton, George Colton, 

EbcnCEer Kellog. 
teoa;^rrv,J.Huntington,D D 

Nathan Strong, ) 

John L. Skinner, ) 

Royal Tyler. 
^Ellington, Jofhua Leonard. 
iUIebron, Amos Baflet, 



Tolland. 

Elijah Lathrop, 
Tillotfcn Brunfon, E 
Somen, Charles Backus. 
Stafford, John Willard, 
Ifaac Fofter, 
Vacant. 
Union-, Vacant. 
Willing ton, Abifhai A Id en, 
David Lily bridge, B 



"LICEN SElS^PRE ACHERS; 

Returned to the General AJficiation 



JOHN D. Perkins, 
Daniel Hall, 
Benjamin Woofter, 
Piatt Buffet, 
Jofeph GofFe, 
Edward Dorr Griffing, 
Miltby Gelfton, 
James Richards, 
Jonathan L. Pomeroy, 
Jonathan Bartlet, 
David Hill, 
Stephen Williams, 
Timothy Williams, 
Solomon Spaulding, 

— Witter, 
Lynde Huntington, 



Freegrace Reynolds, 
MariMeld Steel, 
Silas Long Bingham, 
Uri Tracy, 

Fidds, 

Jofeph Camp, 
James C. Gucrnfey, 
Silas Churchill, 

Pinio, 

- Shepard, 
Jofeph Wamborn, 

Porter, 

Nathan Eliot, 
Caleb Jehnfon, 
Seth Wiilifton. 



I 



Standing Committee of tbe General Affembly cftbe PreJbyteri-\ 

an Cburtb to certify the good qualifications of Preachers* 

travelling ts officiate in Connecticut : 

Rev. Dr. M' Knight, Dr. M-Worter, Mr." James Wood- 
bull. Dr. S. S. Smith, Dr. Alijon, Dr. Ne/bit, Mr. Jckn B. 
Smith, Mr. Gray bam, Mr. Lacy, Mr. M'Call, Mr. M'Da- 

Id, Dr. M'CorMe, Mr. Aaron Woolivortb, 

Standing Committee to certify the good qualification of Preach- 
ers travelling from the limits of the General Affo elation into- 
tbe limits of the Prejbyterian Churches ; 
Rev. Nathaniel Taylor, Nathan Williams, Tbcmas W. 

Bray, Benjamin Trumbull, Dr. EliphaJet Williams, William] 

Robinfon, John Devotion, Levi Hart, Timstly Stcne, Dr 

Ifaac Lewis, David Ely, Simcn Waterman. 

Time o/Seffion and Rot'ine of the General AfiToc'ation oftbe\ 

Prejbyterian Clergy of the State of Connecticut. 

Time of Session." Third Tuefday in June annually. 

Rotine. New-Haven Weft Atfbciation j ditto Z<:(\. 
Hartford South. Middkfex. New -London. Windham J 
Tolland. | 

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Tolland. i.itchfield North j a it do Sbui it. rkfi held Vt cit j 
ditto Eaft. 

N. B. J.i 1795, tbcfeff.on is held h Saybrook, ?» tjfej 
county o/Tvliddlefex. 
T/wfj oftbefejpon of the fever al particular Aflbciations. 
^f// e» Tuefi'ays as ft! lotos : 

New-Haven Weft, laft 'i bfcfday fave one in October 5 
and Eaft, laft Tusfday In fvlay. Hartford, South and! 
North, and Middlefex, firft in June and October. Ncw- 
London, laft in May and September. Windham, third in 
May and fecond in October. Tolland, unknown. Litch- 
field North, rirft in February, fecond in June, and laft in 
September. Litchfield South, firft in June and third in 
October. Fairfield Weft and Eaft, laft In May and fecond 
in October. 



Harvard UNIVERSIT} 7 , in Cambridge. 
O V E R£ E E R S, 
The Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Council and Senate 
cf the Commonwealth, the Prefident of the UnivcrfityJ 
and the Miniiters of the Congregational Churches ir 
Bcfton, Roxbury, Dorchejier, Charleftozvn, Cambridge am 
Watertown. 
Rev. Simeon Howard, D. D. of Soften, Secretary* 

The CORPORATION. 
Rev. Jofepb Willard, D.D. and LL.D. Freftdtnt. 
Hon. Oliver Wendell, 
Hon. John Lowell, LL.D. / 

Hon. James Bowdoin, > Fellows, 

Rev. Simeon Howard, D.D, I 
Rev. John Lathr&p, D. D. J 

Ebenezer Storer, A. M. Treajurer. 
Commencement : the tliird Wednefday m July. 
Vacations : From Csmnsencernent lour weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in October, two weeks. 
From the fiift Wednefday in January, five weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in April, two weeks. 

Rhode-Ifland College, at Providence. 

Jonathan Maxcy, Prtfident, pro tern* 
Commencement, The firft Wednefday in -September. 



Dartmouth College, in New-Hampfhire. 

John Whcclock, LL.D. PnTirienr. 
Commencement^ The fourth Wednefday in Auguft. 
Williams's College, in Be'rkYhlre County, MoJJacbufetts, 
Ehenezer Fitch, ?r$fidewe* 
SwprWn V/efl, D. D. fi« PrefJeut, 
Daniel Dewey, Secre'ary 
Nathaniel Steel, Mafler gJ the Grammar School. 
Commencement , The fir ft Wednefclay in September. 



Society for the promotion of Freedom, and for the relief of 
peifons unlawfully holden in Bondage. 

Rev. Dr. Edwards President \ 

And for the Diftrict of New Haven, E iz-ur Goodrich, efq. 
Vice Trcfident. 
Timothy Jones, Efq. Treafjjrer* 
Simeon Baldwin, Efq. Secretary. 
Committee of Correfpondence, 
ETzur Goodrich, Efq. 
Rev. Benjamin Trumbull, 
Col. William Lyon, 
David Dffggett, Efq. 
William Hihhoufe, jun. Efq. 
DiAria ©f Hartford. 
Chauncey Goodrich, Efq. VIce-PreMdent. 
Thomas Youngs Scymoyr,Efq. A (fiftant Treafurer. 
Theodore Dwight, Efq. Secretary. 
Dr. Lemuel Hopkins, "| 

Thcodoie Dwight, Efq. ( Committee of 

Thomas Y. Seymour, Efq. J Correfpondeace* 
f./r. Ezckifl Williams, jun. J 

County Committees. 
Hldta Hyde, Efq. 1 

Rev. Levi Hart, I for New-Lcndon county.'* 

Jefeph Williams, Efq-* J ; , 

Zephaniah Swift, Efq, 1 

Ccnftant South worth, Efq. > for Windham coanty, 9 
Rev. Zebu Ion Ely, ) § 

Rev. N?thnn Williams* 1 

Jeremiah Weft, Efq. J for Tolland county. [3 

m Sylvefter Gilbert, Efq. ) Jl 



( 40 ) 



Males. 


Females. 


Excefs. 


49,31* 


46,870 


2,262 Males 


7<>>937 


70,160 


777 ditto 


182,742 


190,582 


7,840 Females 


31,818 


32,652 


834 ditto 


114,926 


117,448 


2,522 ditto 


163,822 


152,520 


11,302 Males 


86,667 


82,487 


4,180 ditto 


217,730 


206,363 


11,373 <iltto 


23,926 


22,384 


1,542 ditto 


107,254 


101,395 


5,859 ditto 


227, ©7 1 


21 5,046 


12,025 ditto 


32,211 


28,922 


3,289 ditto 


147,494 


(40,710 


6,784 ditto 


73,298 


j 66,880 


6,318 ditto 


&7>*47 


*5>739 


1,408 ditto 


44»7*3 


I 4°»5°5 


4,258 ditto 



If A T A B L E. 

jiShewing the number of Males and Females in 
each State, with the excefs of Males and Fe- 1 
|j males. 
U States. 

& Maine, 

KiVfew Hampfiire, 
WMaJJkckujetts, 
V } Rhode-Jjlend, 
vfionnsglicut, 

fj.V ' -v Jerfcy, 
'■Fennfylvania, 
'•Delaware) 
[Maryland, 

[Kentucky, 

\Nortb-Cjrclina, 
l^cufb-Carci.na, 

Georgia, 

Vermont* 

I By tkh Talle it appears that there is a plurality of Males 
-•c/cvy S-tata except three. Some fuppofe that the number , 
h 'of J'.-a faring men in tbofe States may account for it 5 ctbers,\ 
&rfjat the great rt'igrationsfrcm theje States is wore probably the 
frire&fon; as in migrations more Ma es go out than Females, \ 



A Table of the Valut of Foreign Coins >&c. \nFederal Mo 

E. D.d. c. m* 
o 4, 4 4 o 



Pound Sterling, 

Found of Ireland, » -04, 

Pagoda of India, - - 01, 

Tale of China, - - -01, 

M;ll ree of Portusalj - - 01, 

Ruble of Ruflia, - - - - - o ©, 

Rcpee of Bengal, - - -00, 
Florin or Guilder of the 

United Netherlands, - -00, 

Mark Banco of Hamburgh* • -00, 

LivreTurnois of Fiance, - • -00, 

Real Plate of Spain, - . - -00, 



100 
940 
480 
240 
660 
3 5 5 



( 4i ) 

RATES of GOLD and SILVER Coins, 
As eflablifhed by A61 of Congrefs, Feb. 9, 1793 

THAT after the ift day of July 1793, foreign gold 
and filver coins (hall pafs current as Money within 
the United States, and be a legal tender for the payment 
of all debts and demands, at the feveal rates as follows; 
and not otherwise, viz. 

The gold coins of Great -Britain and Portugal, of their 
prefent ftandard, at the rate of one hundred cents for every 
twenty feven grains of the actual weight thereof, the gold 
coins of Prance, Spain, and the dominions of Spain, of their 
prefent ftandard, at the rate of one hundred cents for every 
twenty-feven grains and two-fifths of a grain, of the actual 
{weight thereof. Spamjh mill'd Dollars, at the rate of one 
hundred cents for each Dollar, the a&ual weight whereof 
'.not to be lefs than 17 pennyweights and 7 grains 5 and in 
•proportion for the parts of a dollar. Crowns of France, 
jat the rate of one hundred and ten cents, for each Crown, the 
jaclual weight whereof not to be lefs than 18 pennyweights 
|and 17 grains, and in proportion for the parts of a Crown.) 
[Bat no foreign Coin that may have been, or fhall be i fitted 
'fubftquent to the iffc thy of Jan*, 1792, fhall be a tender 
Jas aforefaid, until famples thereof mail have been found, 
[by a/fay at the Mint, to be conformable to the refpe&ive 
Iftandards required, and proclamation thereof fhall have 
-.been made by the Prefident of the United States. 
J That at the expiration of three years next enfuing the 
time when the coinage of gold and filver fnall commence at 
the Mint of the United States (which time will be announ- 
ced by the proclamation of the Prefident of the United 
jStates) all foreign gold Coins, and all foreign filver Coins, 
'except Spamjh mill'd Dollars, and parts of fuch Dollars* 
'are to ceafe to be a tender. 

J That all foreign gold and filver Coins (except Spamjh 
^mill'd Dollars, and parts of fuch Dollars) which fhall be 
received in payment for Monies due to the United States 
after the faid time, when the coining of Gold and Silver 
Coins fhall begin at the Mint of the United States, fhall, 
previeufly to their being iflfued in circulation, fee coined 
.anew, in conformity to the A£l for eftablifhing a Mint 



r 



•was* 



_______ ( 42 ) 

POLITICAL CALCULATION. 

T F we take for granted, that the earth is inha- 
JL bited by about one thoufand millions of peo- 
ple, and cunting 33 years for a generation, we 
find that one thoufand millions die during that 
time. Therefore the number of deaths is every 
Year, 30,000,000 

Day, 82,000 

Hour, 3,400 

Minute, 60 

Second, 1 

But as the number of deaths it to the num- 
ber of births as 10 to 1 2, there are born every 
Year, 36.ooo.coo 

Day, 9A4Q0 

Hour, 4.080 

Minute, 72 

Second, 1 1-10 

If men were not to die, there would at prefent 
fabout 173,000 millions be living upon earth: 
^and as the continent of the world contains, at! 
I leaft, 1^87 billions of fquare feet, there would 
||ftill be for each inhabitant 9100 fquare feet. 

Counting three generations for an age, and 
"taking for certain, that the world is 5700 years 
old, we find there were fmce the creation 171 
generations, 124 fmce the deluge^ and 53 fincc. 
the birth of Chrift; 

The number of the inhabitants of a country! 
or of a city is renewed almoft every thirty years,) 
and in one hundred years the human race is re-; 
ncwed 31-3 times. 

Upon an equal fpace of ground, where there S 



( 43 ) 



exifts in Iceland, 1 Inhabitant, 

theie are in Norway, 5 

Sweden, 14 

Trukey, 36 

Spain, 36 

Ireland, 99 

Switzerland, 114" 

Great-Britain, 119 

Germany, 127 

England, 152 

France, 153 

Italy, 172 

Naples, 192 

Venice, 196 

Holland, 224 

Maltha, 1,103 

Iceland therefore is the poorefl part as to in- 
habitants, and Maltha the richeft. 

Ofalltkc inhabitants of a country, one fourth 
are living in towns, and three fourths in the^ 
.country. 

By comparing the bills of mortality of divers 
countries, it was found, that annually die in the 
Villages 1 out of 40 ; in the fmali cities, 1 of; 
32 ; in the middling towns, 1 of 28, and in the 
large cities, 1 of 24. Of a whole country, we 
count 1 out of 36. Of 1000 we may count 28 
that die annually. 

If 1 000 children are born at the fame time, 
there are remaining of them 

after 1 year 740 

2 703 

3 620 

4 59 6 



S 44 ) 
5 years. 584 Remaining, 



6 



574 



7 564 

8 554 

9 546 
J ® 540 
1 5 5i8 
20 496 

2 5 47i 

30 446 

35 420 

40 385 

45 350 

5o 313 

55 271 

60 2&6 

65 180 

70 130 

75 85 

80 49 

85 2 4 

90 1.1 

95 3 

97 1 

Of 1000 infants that are nurfed by the mother, 

'300 die, but of the fame number committed tc 

the charge of a ftrange nurfe, 500 perifh. 

Of 115 deaths there may be reckoned on< 

| woman in childbed, but one only out of io( 

dies in labor. 

It is obferved that more girls than boys die o 

'the fmall pox in the natural way. 

In the fmall-pox hofpital in London out o 



C 45 Y 



3434 inoculated children 10 only died, where 
out of 4656 children that had at the fame trine 
the f mall pox in the natural way, there died 163 4/ 

From calculations founded on the bills of, 
mortality, there is only one out of 3,125 that- 
reaches the age of 100. 

Men live every where to the age of 90 and 
100 if their life is not fhortened by external ac- 
cidents. I 

More people live to a great age in elevated' 
fituations than in thofe that are lower. 

From divers bills of mortality, a calculation 
has been made, how long a perfon of a certain 
age may with probability hope to live. The 
folio-wing refult of that calculation will be 
found ufefui to tontines. 

It is probable that a new born child will live 
to the age of 34 years and 6 jnciitths, • 



a enila of 1 year ' 


will live 41 


9 


3 


4 6 


* 


5 


46 


4 


10 


44 


9 


*5 


4.1 


a 


20 


38 


3 


=5 


35 


3 


3=> 


3* 


a 


35 


29 


8 


4 Q 


26 


6 


45 


2 3 




5° 


20 


r% 


55 


*7 




6o> 


14 


2: 


I ^ 


ii- 


S 


! 70 


8 


11 



7/> 6 o 

80 4 to 

8 5 3 3 

00 2, 

The age of 7 years is that, in which we may hope yet 
to live the greateft number of years. 

At the age of 12—13 we have pafifed one fourth part of 
our me, at 28 and 29 we are in the midfi of life, with 50 
lj we have parted awaythree fourths of it. 

It appears from the bills of mortality that the women. 

after having pailed a certain age, generally live longer 

than men. | 

Comparing the numbers of deaths we find that thenum-' 

Ijberor men is to that of women, as 27 is to 25. 

H Married women live longer than thofe who are not 

^married. 

If By oofer^atlcns made during the fpace of 50 years, it 1 
Jjhas been found that the greateft numbers of deaths have j 
||been in the months of March, September and Auguft : I 
ijand the feweft in the months of November, December,, 
jland Febru#ry. 

I] The half of all that are born, die before they reach the 
iage of feventeen 5 (o that thofe who out-live that period 
more or lefs, enjoy a preference, which one half of the 
human race does not attain. 

The number of old perfons who die during cold weather, 
are to thofe who die during the warm feafon, as feven to 
four. . I 

T|ie ifirft month, efpecially the firft day after birth, are 
marked by the greatefl number of deaths j of 2735 in- 
fants, who die young, 1292 die on the firft day, and the 
remainder during the firft month. 

The rnoft healthy children are born in the months of 
January, February and March. 

I The number of thofe who die annually is to the births 
[as 10 to twelve or 13* 

J The married women are to the whole female inhabi- 
tants of .. country as one to three. The married men to 
jjall the males as three to five. | 

The number of boys above 13 years is to the whole 



iqj^glWM Pap 'w n i MUW f i nwwfa.'j » * >; ■■ t ,;u> ' . * jwiilmu* 



number of inhabitants of a country as 4 to 33, and the 
girls above 13, to the whole as 3 to 25. 
\ U the whole number of inhabitants is divided into two 
parts, one part is old 27 years and above, and the other, 
which is however a little more numerous,is under that age. 

The number of males, born annually, is to the number 
of females as 21 to 20, but as in their infancy 2-25 more 
boys die than girls 5 the number of males and females is 
towaids the age of maturity again equal. 

The number of twins is to that of the whole number of 
fingle births as 1 to 65. 

The number of marriages is to that of the inhabitants of 
a country as 175 to 1000. 

In a well peopled country we may count but one out of 
fifty annually that marries. 

In country-places there are en an average 4 children 
born of each marriage ; in cities we can reckon but 35 
children to 10 marriages. 

We may always reckon one fourth of the male inhabi 
tants of a country to be able of carrying arms. 

The number of widows is to that of widowers, as 3 to 
one, but that of widows who re-marry to that of widowers 
as 4 to 6. 

The number of widows is to the number of the whole 
inhabitants as 1 to 51, that of widowers as one to 15. 

The number of widowers, and widows is to that o* 
marriages as 3 to 7. 

It is confirmed by experience, and fey the obfervations 
of phyfrcians, that in large towns out of 100 perfons, there 1 
are through the year never more than 20 fick for the fpace 
©fa month, or 24 for a fortnight. 

Of the whole number of female inhabitants of a ccun-; 
try, the eighteenth only is brought to bed annually. 

Births that happen before 9 months, are more frequent 
jthan thofe after 9 months. 



Denomination* of the Coins of the United States. 
10 Mills *) 
10 Cents 
10 Dimes 
10 Dollars J 



Jri Cent I A 
makei^H 
J 1 Dollar! 1 
(. 1 Eagle I 10 



j Mills Cts. Dm.D. 


Ea. 


j 10 1 




ioo 10 1 




1 1000 100 10 1 




[IOOOO IOOO 100 10 


I 



\ Minifters and Confuls of the United States. 
to foreign Powers. 

JAMES Munroe, Minifter to the Republic of France 
Stephen Cathelan, Refident at Marseilles, 
j .Nathaniel Cutting, Confal at Havre- Marat. 
{'•John Fenwick, Conful at Bourdeaux, 
! Burreil Carn§s, Conful at Nantx, 

Nathaniel Barrett, Conful at Rcuen. 

Fulvar Skipwith, Conful at Martinique, 

William McCarthy, at the Ifie of France, 

John Jay, Envoy Extraordinary at the Court of G. Britair.b 

Thomas Pinkaey, Minifter at ihs Brltijb Court* 

Jofhua Johnfon, Conful at London* 

fames Maury, Conful at Liverpool. 

Elias Vanderhorft, Conful at Brifioh 

Thomas Auidjo, Vice Conful at Pooh 

Edward Fox-, Conful at Falmouth . 

Jofeph Wilfon, Conful at Dublin, 

James Simpfon, Conful at Gibr alien 
' William Short, Charge e'es Affaires fn Spain. 
'■ Charles William Frederick Dumas, Agent in Holland. 
! James Greenleaf, conful at Am ft er dam. 
jjohn Q^ Adams, Rcfident at the United Netherlands* 
j David Matthew Clatkfon, Conful at St. Eufiaua. 
j Samuel Cooper Johonnot, conful at Demarara. 
jEbenezer Brum, conful at Surrinam. 
: Benjamin Hamnel Phillips, conful atCurracze, 
| Arnold Deliuj, conful at Bremen. 
■j David Humphry, Minifter at Portugal. 
[Edward Church, confulat Lijhon. 
tB. de Clamcufe Browne, deputy conful at Oporto, 
ijohn Marfden Pintard,, conful at Madeira. 
[jorm Culman, conful at Qrata<va in Ttneriffe, 

John Clarke, vice conful at ditto. 

John Street, vice conful at the lftand of Fay ah 

Jofeph Yanardi, conful at Cadiz, 

Richard Harrifon, vice conful at ditto. 

j Robert Montgomery, conful at Alicant* 
Michael Murphey, conful at Malaga.- 
Oliver Pollock, commercial agtmt at the MM/ans*i>i 
jf Hans Rodolph Scabye, conful at Copenhagen, 
w Henry Cooper, confnl at Santa Crusc % 

iSmimn mi'— ■ mJommmsmBtSAma^mmHmmemamrmmm m n i"l mm— iw maiamsmmmuim a 



_J- 49 ) 

>hn Parrifh, confuf at Hamburg. 
homas Barclay, conful at Morocco. 
imuel Shaw, conful at Canton in Cblr.a, 
homas Randall, vice conful in China. 
enjamin Jo/, conful at Calcutta. 
uifeppo Chiappe, agent at Magador. 
eter Feliechy, conful at Leghorn. 

Miniflers and Cenfuls from France, 
to the United States of America. 
litizen J. H. Fauchet, Mincer Plenipotentiary and Con- 
ful General, Residence at Philadelphia. 
k ntoine C. M. dela Foreft, Vice Conful General, ditto, 
itizen J. P. Petry, Conful at Pennfyl'vania. 
itizen A. B. Mangourit* Conful at South-Carolina. 
itizen A. L. Fonfpertius, vice conful at ditto, 
itizen F. Moifonier, vice conful at Mary land. 
itizen M. Hauterive, conful at New-York, 
itizen Dannery, conful at Bofton. 

aurentD'Annemours, conful for Maryland and Virginia. 
itizen Cherui, vice conful at Virginia. 
itizen Arcamball, vice conful at New-Tor k. 
itizen M. Tofcan, vice conful at NewHampjhire. 
lec"tor St. John de Crevecuer, conful for Connecticut. 
ohn Pinvert, vice conful for ditto,refident ziNew-London. 
isjnace Romaine, conful for No. & So. Carolina, & Georgia. 

From the United Netherlands, 
rancis Van Berekel, Minifter, Refident at Philadelphia, 
)iederick Leertouver, conful Maffacbufetts & N.Harr.p. 
fermon Le Roy, sonful for New York and New-Jerfiy. 
an He ndrick Chriftian Heineker, conful for Pen nfy Ivan ia 

and Delaware. 
Ldrian Valck, conful for Maryland and Virginia. 
an Booen Graves, conful for North -Car olina y Soutb-Caro 
lina and Georgia. 

From Spain. 
♦on Jofeph Ignatio de Viar, 1 C&mmxJJioncrz 

>on Jofeph de Jaudennes, \ and Charges des Affaires. 

From Portugal, 
natlus Paly art, conful general, at Pcnr.jyl<vania. 



( 5° ) 

James Barry, vice conful for Maryland and Virginia. 
Francis James Ver Cnocke, vice conful for South-Carollna. 
Richard Codman, vice conful for Maffachujetn. 
John Abrams, vice conful at New-York. 



From Sweden. 
Richard Soderftrom, conful at Philadelphia, 

From Pruffia. 
Charles Godfrey Poleike, conful general. 



I 

From Great-Britain. 
George Hammond, Minifter Plenipotentiary, Refidsr.t at" 

Philadelphia. 
Sir John Temple, conful general fcr the Eaftern States,- 

Refident at New York. 
Thomas M'Donougb, conful for the States of MajfachufX 

ettsMew Hampjhire, Rhode IJland and Ccnmciicut r .t&A 

ft dent at B often. 
•Phincas Bond, confu] general for Pennsylvania, Delaware}^ 

New-Jorfey, New-7ork, and Maryland, 
Thomas William Moore, vice conful for Rhode- JJJand. 
Edward Thornton, vice conful for Alary land. 
John Hamilton, conful for Virginia. 
George Moore, conful for Nartb-Carelina, Seutb -Carolina^, 

and Georgia. 



FEES of Confuls from the United States. 

For authenticating under feal, every proteft, deposition or 1 
other a&, which captains, mariners, pafiengers, mcr-* 
chants, or others may chufe to make, two dollars. 

For taking poffeflion of and fettling the perfonal eftate of- 
any citizen of the U. S. who fhall die within the limits] 
of his confulatejfoe/^r centum on the grofs amount. \ 

For taking into poffeffion, fettling and paying the balances] 
due on the perfonal eftate left by any citizen of the U.S.j 
who (hall die within his. limits Jive per cent. 

For delivering fuch eftate to legal representatives before at 
final fettlement, if in money, two and an half per centum A 

They are to notify the death of any perfon, and to take^ 
meafures in regard to ftranded veffels of the U . S. 



( 5' ) 
By Atl of Congrefs regulating Vefiels employ- 
ed in the Goading Trade and Fifheries, 

O licence granted to any veiTel fhall be considered, 

in force any longer ih.m fuch veiTel is owned, andj 

of the defcription a? let fcth in fisch licence 5 no veflel J 

can carry on any ether employment than that for which! 

(he is fpeciaHy licenced, under penalty of forfeiture of vef-j 

pel and cargo,; every veiTel of 20 tons asd .upwards muftj 

t$e enrolled and licenced, and every ve/Jel between ft ve,anG:: 



if laden with goods not dutiable, or in ba laft, mall be] 
[liable to fees and tonsge as- foreign vefTels ; and if dutia * 
I'ble goods .are on board the ve.Tel and lading is forfeited; 
; any, enrolled or licenced veffd proceeding en a foreign; 
[ voyage without being duly regiftereci, is forfeited ; every 
Ijitcence is to be given up within three days after it expires ; 
jlif any licenced vefTel is found without her name on her 
iiftern, the owner forfeits 20 dollars 5 when an enrolled 
Weffel fhall be fold in whole or in part, or altered in form, 
'jburthen, or denomination, the faid vefTel fhallbe enrolfed 
I anew, and in cafe of a transfer, there muft be an inftru 
Ijment in. writing, in nature of a bill of fale, reciting, at 
I length, the enrollment,, which inftrument is to be pro- 
duced at the cuftom-hosfe, in order to pbtain a new en- 
Irollaient, the bond for the enrollment, or for the licence is 
'.to fee given, by the owner or matter and one cr more fe 
[parities 5 a change of the matter muft beendorfed by the| 
jcolleclor on the enrollment and licence,.and the matter org 

owner muft be prefent at the time ; * licenced vefTel ar 
•riving from one cliilriS to another in the fame or adjoin- 
Sing iiate, having on board more than 500 gallons of fpirits, 
"/or 250 gallons or wine, or ^ccolb. fugar ; or 5001b, of tea* 
ior loooib. of coffee, cr foreign merchandize exceeding in 
paiue 40c dollars, or any kinds of. dutiable articles ex- 
icteding in vilue 800 dollars, mui) clear and enter ; and 
jif deftined from a diftriel in one itate to any other than In 
jan adjoining fiate, muft clear and enter in all cafes 3 when 
|a veffel licenced to curyen the fiihenes, intends to touch 



^Ljz 

J'^nd trade at any foreign place, the mailer muft previou 
Jho his departure obtain a permiffion for that purpofe $ i 
I the matter of a veffel employed in the tranfportatisn o 
| foods from diftrict to diftrict (hall put into a port, othe 
| than theon\e to which he is deftined, he ftall make repor 
B of his arrival within 24 hours ; every veffel, btfore bein; 
I enrolled or licenced in the firft inftance, maft be meafur 
| ed by a forveyor. 

I ( Registering Act. ) 

Y thetaft Reglftering AB it is provided that, whei 
any Veffel mall be fold in whole, or in part, or alter 
* ed in form, burthen or denomination, the faid veffelma] 
1 be registered anew ; and in cafe of a Transfer, that ther 
I fhall be an inilrument in writing, in nature of a bill 
I fale, reciting at length the regifter — which inftrument i 
I to be produced at the cuftom-houfe, in order to obtain ; 
1 newregifler, and if the former regifterfhall not be deliver 
J ed up as required by faid act, the owner forfeits 500 dol 
I Jars— the regifter bend is to be given by the owner, mai 
I ter, and one or more fbreties. That, upon the entrant 
I of every veffel of the United States, f.om any foreign por 
I the owner fhaii make oath that, to the beft of his know 
J ledge and belief, the Regifter of fuch veffel contains tr 
1 names of all the perfoas who are then owners of faid ve 
I fel, or, if any part has been transferred, that fuch is tl 
jj caffe j and that no foreign fubjed or citizen hath a»y fhar 
I by way of truft, confidence, or otherwife, in fuch veflel« 
% and, if the owner does not refide at the port of entr 
I the mafter mall make oath to the like effecl. If any ve 
1 fel is found without her name* and the name of the p®; 
1 to which me belongs, painted on her ftern, the ovym 
I forfeits 50 dollars one half to any perfon giving the info; 
I formation. 

%\ If any Regifterfhall be knowingly ofed for any veff 
I not then actually entitled to the benefit of it, fuch veil 
I 0>all be forfeited. 

* ) The ow ner or mafter muft be prefect at the time of ei 
I'dorfing a change of the mafter. 
LJ The law is the fame with refpeel to enrolled veffels. 



t 53 > ^ 

By an Atl pajfed by the General Afj'emhly of the State of 
Connecticut, in Otfober 1793, rejpecling the filling of' 
infpetled art ides of produce.— I 

BEEF, Pork, Flour, Firti, Pot and Pearl Afhes, Butter,] 
Lsrd And Tebacco, are to beinfpected and branded, ' 
in order to be exported to any foreign Market : — and it is 
the duty of the Matter of the Veflel in which fuch Articles 
are laden for Exportation, to fpecify in his Manifeft the 
feveral Brands on the Calks j to the Truth of which be ts 
to make Oath at the Time ot clearing out his Veffel. ; 

VIEW of the Population of the United States , ofAmeic*. ' 
IN the year 1783, the number of Inhabi- j 

tants in the United States was computed ■ 

at .... - . 2,3 8 9>3°°: 

In the year 1791, it was according to the | 

Cenfus taken - 4,131,616 

jThe Population therefore has increafed J 

during eight years, - - 1,742,316 

[And according to this Calculation, It has 
J augmented from 1 791, to 1794 653*367, 

, The number of inhabitants in the United 
I States, was therefore in 1794, - 4,784,983 ; 

From this Calculation it appears, that in 
the natural eourfe of things, the Popu- 
lation of this country will be (if not 
checked by unforefecn events) in the 
year i?oo, 6,091,717 

In iSio, 8,269,607 
in 1820, 10,447,497 
in 1850, 16,981,167 
in 1900, 27,870,617 

Apportionment of Beprefentatives to Congrefs, (at tbe ratio 
of erne to every 33,000 perfons in each ftate) is as follows, 



New-Hampshire, 


4 


Delaware, 


1 


Massachusetts, 


«4 


Maryland, 


8 


Vermont, 


a 


Virginia, 


*9 


Rhode-Island, 


z 


Kentucky, 


z 


Connecticut, 


7 


North-Carolina, 


10 


New-York, 


10 


South-Carolina, 


6 


. New Jersey, 


5 


Georgia, 


2 


Pennsylvania, 


J 3 







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I"" ~ -~~—- — =* — I—— ~ 

GOVERNMENT of the United States. 



GEORGE WASHINGTON, President. 

Salary (granted by Ocngrefs) 25,000 Dollars per Annum. 

Bartholomew Dandridge, Secretary to the Pvefident. 

John Adams, Vicc-Prefidcnt, 
(Salary 5000 Dollars per annum.) 

DEPARTMENT of STATE, &c. 
Edmund Randolph Secretary of State, — 3500 Dollars. 
George Taylor, jun. Chief Clerk* 

Jacob Blackweih 1 „, . 

George Pfciffer, ? CUrh ' 

Sampfcn Cro&y, MefJ'enger and Door-keeper. 

Alexander Hamilton, Secretary of the Treafury > 3 500 

Lelghton Wood, jun. Daniel Brent, George Bond, Clerks. 
William Efenbeck, Mcffenger and Door-keeper. 

Oliver Wolcott, Comptroller of the Treafury, 2650 
Henry Kuhl, Chief Clerk. 
Clerks. 
Oervas Hall, Charles Jarvis, William Felch, 

.William Brodie, John Wright, Patrick Ferrall, 

Alexander Brodie, Jame? Shoemaker, George Paxton. 
William Irvine, John P. Ripley, 

John Burroughs, Mefjenger and Door-keeper. 

Richard Harrifon, Auditor of the Treafury , 2400 
William Simmonds, Chief Clerk. 
Clerk:* 

William Alritk*, Ezekiel Freeman, John Stapleton, 
Nathan Baker, John Gibfon, Doyle Sweeny, 

Wm. Blackbunie, George Nixon, Morgan Sweeny, 
Clement Brown, .Richard Reddy, Pvob. Underwood, 
Jamts Burnfrde. 

Jofeph Bowman, MefJ'enger. 



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"Department of Stat<£ continued. 

Tench Coxe, Commijfioner of Revenxe t - - 2400 
William Barton, Chief Clerk. 
William Banks, Ezekiel Format), > C i er ^ 

Pvichard Banks, John Meafe, J 

, Michael Gitts, Meffenger and Door 'keeper. 

Jofeph Nourfe, Regifier of the Treafury, 2000 

Clerks. 
Jofhua Dawfon, Jofcph Stretch, John Burchan, 
William James, Charles Tomkins, William Shepherd, 
John Wood fide, William Story, George Mitchell; 
Robert M'Knight, John Matfhews, John Little, 
John Boyd, Michael Kennedy, John Hindman, 

Miles F. Glcfiey, Michael Nourfe, William Gardner, 
Steuart Cummin. 
Leonard Kiteley, and Andrew Wright, Mejfengers 

Samuel Meredith, Treafurer, - - 2400 

Andrew Graydon, Chief Clerk. 
John Thompfon, and Samuel Brooks, Clerks* 

I Henry Knox, Secretary at War, - - 3000 
John Stagg, jun. Chief clerk. 
Clerki. 
fiPhUIp Audibert, James H. Laugler, William Burton, 
Nathan Jones, Jacob Hoffman, Samuel Lewis. 
Frederick Spriggs, Door-keeper. 

jofeph Howell, Accomftant to the War Department ', 1200 

Clerki. 
Benjamin Mifflin, John Laurence, Benja. Harbefen, 
John Kenfing, Jofiah Parker, Benja. Betterton 

Caleb Swan, Pay-Mafter to the War Department, to refide 
near head quarters of the troops. 60 Dollars monthly 



The falaries of the chief clerks are not to exceed 800 dollars\ 
a year % and the ajfiftant clerks not more than 500 dollars 
each per annum. 



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S EN. A TORS 

Of the third CONGRESS of the United States. 
Which commenced its firft Sejfion at Philadelphia ontbejirfi 
Monday of December 1793. 

Joh» Adams, Prefident of the Senate, 
(The Prefdent is to have no Vote, unkfs equally divided.) 



New ■ U amp /hire, 
John Langdon, 
Samuel Livermore. 

MaJJachufetts, 
Geerge Cabot, 
Caleb Strong. 

Rbode-IJ/and, 
William Bradford, 
Theodore Fofter. 
Connecticut , 
Oliver Elfworth, 
Stephen Mix Mitchel. 

New~T<srk, 
Aaron Burr, 
Rufus King. 

New-Jerfey* 
Frederick Frelinghuyfen, 
John Rutherford. 

P ennfyl'vania, 
Robert Morris, 
James Rofs. 

Delaware, 
John Vining, 
Vacant. 



Maryland, 
John Henry, 
Richard Potts. 

Virginia, 
James Monroe, 
John Taylor. 

North-Carolina, 
Benjamin Hawkins, 
Alexander Martin. 

South-Carolina, 
Pierce Butler, 
Ralph Izard. 

Georgia, 
James Gunn, 
James Jackfon. 

Vermont, 
Stephen Rowe Bradley, 
Mofes Robinfon, 

Kentucky, 
John Brown, 
John Edwards. 



Samuel Allyne Otis, Secretary to the Senate. 

Robert Heyfham, Principal Clerk, 
John Otis, and John Dempfie, Clerks, ' 

Right Rev. William White, D.D. Chaplain, 
John Mathers, Doer-keeper. 
Cornelius Maxwell, AJfifiant- docr-keeptr. 



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Federal REPRESENTATIVES, 
Chpfen for the third CONGRESS of the United States. 

Alpbabeucalli arranged* 

FsEDfisicK A. Muhlenberg, Speaker. 
John Berkley, Clerk. 

New Hampshire, has 5 Counties. 
Names, Towns. Count ifii 

Nicholas Gilman, Exeter, Rockingham, 

John S. Sherburne; . Portfmouth^ Ditto, 
Jeremiah Smith, Peterborough, Hiilfborougb, 

Paine Wing^te, Scratham, Rocking feam. 

Maine-, 5 Counties. 

Henry Dearborn, Pittfton, Lincoln, &e, 

^'George Thacher, Biddeford, York, 

Peieg VVadfworth, Portland, Cumberland. 

Massachusetts, 12 Counties. 



Dedham, 

Barnftable, 

Taunton, 

Sherburne, 

Charleftown, 

Brook field, 

Salem, 

Danvers, 

Northampton, 

Stockbridge, 

Shrewsbury, 



Suffolk 6f Norfolk, 
Barnftable, 
Briftol, 
Nantucket, 
Middlefex, 
Worcefter, 
Efiex, 
Ditto, 
Hampshire, 
Berkshire, 
Worcefter, 



iFillier Ames," * 

Sheatjafeub Bourne, 
•David Cobb, 
,Pe)eg CoSin, jun. 

Samuel Dexter, jun. 

Dwight Fofter, 

Benjamin Goodhue, 

Samuel Holtcn, 
(William Lyman, . 
jITheodor-e Sedgwick> 
iArtema* Ward, 

Rhodb-Island,5 Counties. 
Benjamin Bourne, Providence, Providence, 

Francis Malbone, ■•. Newport, Newport. 

Connecticut, 8 Counties. 
Joftiua Coit, New-London, New.London, 

James Hillhoufe, New Haven, 

Amafa Learned, New-London, 

Zephauiah Swift, Windham, 
Uriah Tracy, Litchfield, 

Jonathan Trumbull, Lebanon, 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, Hartford, 



New- Haven, 

New -London, 

Windham, 

Litchfield; 

Windtoarn, 

Hertford. 



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Federal Repreffintat; r ves>~~continued. 
New-York, 20 Counties, divided into loDillricTs. 



j. E, Van Allen, 
Theodoras Bailey, 
Philip Van Cortland, 
Peter Van Gaafbeck, 
Ezekiel Gilbert, 



Henry Glen, 
James Gordon, 
Elias Talbot, 
Thomas Treadwell, 
John Watts. 



New-Jersey, 13 Counties. 
John Beatty, j Abraham Clarke, 

Elias Boudinot, I Jonathan Dayton. 

Lambert Cadwallader | 

Pennsylvania, 22 Counties. 



jjaiwes Armflrong, 
j William Findley, 
'Thomas Fitzfimons, 
Andrew Gregg, 
Tfeomas Hartley, 
Daniel Heifter, 
William Irvine, 



John Wilks Kittera, 
William Montgomery, 
Frederick A. Muhlenberg, 
Peter Muhlenberg, 
Thomas Scott, 
John Smilie. 



|Gabriel Chrlftie, 
IjGeorge Dent, 
s Gabriel Duval, 
Uriah Forreft, 



Delaware, 3 Counties* 
Henry Latimer. 

Maryland, 19 Counties. 

William Hindman, 
William Vans Murray, 
Samuel Smith, 
Thomas Sprigg, 



Virginia, 
Thomas Claiborne, 
Ifaac Coles, 
William B. Giles, 
Samuel Griffin, 
George Hancock, 
.Carter B. Harrifon, 
I John Heath, 
Richard Bland Lee, 
'James Madifon, 
• Andrew Moore, 



%z Counties. 
Jofeph Neville, 
Anthony New, 
John Nicholas, 
John Page, 
Jofiah Parker, 
Francis Prefton, 
Robert Rutherfold, 
Abraham Venabie, 
Francis Walker. 



NfiHTH' 



i sy ; 



Federal Reprefentatives — continued, 
North-Carolina, 60 Counties. 
Thomas Blount, | Nathaniel Macon, 

William Johnfon Dawfon, | Thomas Mebane, 
fames Gillefpie, j Jofeph McDowell, 

William Barry Grove, I Benjamin Williams, 

Matthew Locke, | Jofeph Winfton. 

South-Carolina, 65 Counties. 
Lemuel Benton, ! Andrew Pickens, 

Alexander Gillon, 1 William Smith, 

John Hunter, 1 Richard Winn. 

Georgia, 11 Counties. 
Abraham Baldwin, | Thomas Peter Carnes. 

Vermont, 7 Counties. 
Nathaniel Niles, 1 Ifrael Smith, 

Kentucky. 
Chriftopher Greenup, | Alexander D. Orr. 

John Beckley, Clerk of the Houfe of Reprefentativeu 

William Lambert, Principal Clerk. 

Bernard Webb, and William Gait, Engrojtng Clerks, 

Aftbel Green , D. D. Chaplain. 

Jojepb Wbeaton y Sergeant at Arms. 

Gifford Dally , aad Thomas Claxton, Door- Keepers. 

The Speaker of the Houfe has 12 dollars, and the Mem 
bers both of the Senate and Houfe 6 dollars for every day's' 
attendance ; and for every twenty miles in- travelling to 
and from the feat of government the fame fum. 

The Secretary of the Senate, and Clerk of the Houfe, 
each 1500 dollars per annum, and 2 dollars per day during 
the feffcon. The chief Clerk of each, 3 dollars, and th« 
engrofling Clerks, 2 dollars per day during thefeilion, and 
alfo during the recefs of Congrefs, if neceffarily employed 

The Chaplains at the rate of 500 dollars per annum, 
during the feflion. 

The Serjeant at Arms, 4 dollars per day. 

The Door-keeper 500 dollars, and Afliiiant Door-keep- 
er, 450 dollars per annum. 



t_^^ JL-lxju. i .ji h ii I I" 

DUTIES™ 

Payable on all Goods and Merchandize, 
Imported Uto the United St3tes of America, after the !a!l 
Day of June, 1794, including the additional Daties u 
which the refps&ive Articles are liable. 

ARMS, fire and fide, not otherwife 
enumerated, - - 15 per cent, adva . 

Ale, Beer,and Porter in ca*ks & bottles,. 8 cents per gallqn 

Artificial flowers, feathers and other cr- 
\ naments for wemens heads, 3,5 per cent, advai, 

Annifeed, - - - - 15 ditto. 

Anchors, - - . - 10 

Brafs, iron or fleei locks, hinges, hoes, 
( anvUs and vices, 10 per cent* adwal, 

''— All other manufactures of brafs, 15 

Bricks and tiles, - • 15 

I Boots, - - - - 1 35 cjsnn per pair. 

Books, blank, - 10 per cent ad vd,-. 

Buttons, all kinds,. - 25 

1 Buckles, fhoe and knee, - - 15 

Br ..ihes, ... 10 

Cannon, after May, 22,1795, - 15 
I Cards, playing, - 25 cents per pack. 

Cards, wool and cotton, - - 50 cents per dozen, 

Cables asi tarred cordage, - - 180 cents per czvt. 

Cabinet Wares, - - j$per cent adval* 

Carpets and carpeting, r - j 5 

Cartridge paper, - x - 15 

Candies, of tsllow, 2, 

Candles, of wax cr fpermaccti, ~ 6 cents per lh. 

Capers, ~ i$ percent. ad vaL 

Canes, wslking fticks and whips-, - 10 

Cambricks, *■* - - 10 

Cheefe, - - - 7 cents^per lb. 

China ware, ... - \^ per cent, actual 

Cinnamon, cloves, currents & comjfits 1 5 

Chintzes and coloured calicoes or muf- 
lins, and printed, ftained or coloured 
goods or manufactures of cotton or of 
linen, or ©f both, or of which cotton or 
linen is the material of chief value. 



4 cents per pound 
3 ditto. 
I %o cents per civt. 

15 per cent, ad oral, 
5 ants per hujbel. 

I <j per cent, ad val 
5 cents per pound* 
3 



per cent, ad val. 



1 ot ^ 

Cocoa, - 

Chocolate, 

Cordage, tarred, 

Cordage and yarn untai red, 

Cofmetics, - 
J Coal, 

Copper manufactures, 

Coffee, 

Cotton, - 

Cotton or linen manu failures, op 
of both, or of which cotton or lin- 
en is the material of chief value, 
I being printed, ftained or coloured, 12^ 

' ■' not printed, ftained or coloured, 10 

(Clocks and watebes,or parts of cither, 15 
jCoaches, chariots, phaetons, chairs, 
I chaifes, fobs or other carriages, 2© 

Cloathing ready made, - - 10 

Cutlaffes, after May 22, 1795, * J S 
I'Dentrifice powders, tinctures, prepara- 
tions and compofitionsfor the teeth 
and gums, - - - 15 

Dolls, drefled and undreffed, - 15 

\ Drugs, mecieinal (except thofe com- 
monly ufed in dying) - - 15 
Earthen and ftone wares, - - 15 
Fans, - - - 25 
> Fay al wine, 20 cents per gait, 
[Feathers and ornaments for women's 
! head dreffes, - - 15 per cent, ad val. 
Fringes commonly ufed by UphdlAer- 
I ers, coachm&kers and faddiers, 15 
; Figs and dates,- - - 15 
'Flowers, artificial, - - 15 
Floor cloths and mats, - - 15 
Fruits of all kinds, - - 35 
Glafs, black quart bottles, - jo 
— — window glafs, - - 25 
— all other glafs, and manufact- 
ures thereof, - 20 
Glauber falts, - - - 200 cents per cwt. 

1 * " ■■■■■»■■» * «■' » « **»* -^ I I vg 



Gauzes, ... 10 per cent. ad <vai, i 

Ginger, , , - 15 

Gloves, of leather, - « 15 

all other gloves and mittens, 1 5 

Gold, ill ver and plated ware, - 15 
Gold and filverlace, & plated ware, 15 
Goods, wares and merchandize import- 
ed directly from China or India in 
/hips or veffels not of the United* 
States, except Teas, China Ware, and 
all other articles liable to higher rates 
of duties, - I2-| 

Goods, wares and merchandize not here- 
in otherwife particularly enumerated 
and defcribed, - - 10 

Glue, - - .. 1 S 

Gunpowder, after the 21& May, 17951 10 
Hangers, - - 15 

Hair-powder, - - 15 

Hats— of beaver, felt, wool, or a mix- 
ture of either of them, - 15 
— all other hats, caps and bonnets, 15 
Hemp, - - - igo cents per civt. 
Indigo, - 2,5 cents per pound, 
Iron, caft, flit and rolled, - J 5 per cent, ad vol, 
— flee] or brafs locks, hinges, hoes, 

anvils and vifes, - , - 10 

1 all other manufa&ures of iron, * 
fieel or brafs, or of which either 
of thefe metals h the article of 
chief value, no; being other w/fe 
particularly enumerated, - 15 
Jewellery and Paftework, - 15 

jjLace, of gold and lilver, - 35 

){L2ces and lawns, - - - 10 
•; ; Laces, lines, fringes, takers and trim- 
y mings commonly u fed by Upholftef- 
j ers, Coachmakers and Saddlers, 25 

j Lampblack, - - 10 

t Leather, tanned and tawed, and all 

I Manufactures of Leather, or of 
which leather is the article of chief 



II 



< 6 * 1 

value, not othervvife particularly e- 

numerated, - - - i$ per ct. ad <val. 

Lead and muiket ball, after May 22, 

, 795 , - - i cent per pound* 

All other manufactures of lead, or 

in which lead is the chief article, i 
Lemons and limes, - - I $p*r cent, adval. 

Linen or cotton manufa&urei, or of 

both, or of which cotton or linen is 

the material of chief value, printed, 

ftained, or colored, . - zz\ 

—not printed, (lained cr colored, 10 
Lifbon and Oporto wines, - 25 cents per gallon, 

Looking glafs, - - 7.0 per cent. ad <vjL' 

{'Mats and floor cloths, , 15 j 

iMalr, - - 10 cents per buJbtL\ 

Marble, flate and other ftone, bricks, j 

tables, mortars, and other utenfils 

of marble flate ,and other ftone ware, i$per cent, adval, 
|Mace, - - - 15 

Medicinal drugs, except thofe com- 
monly ufed in dying, - 15 
Merchandize, goods & wares imported 

direclly from China or India in veffels 

not of the United States, except teas, 

china ware and other articles liable 

to higher duties, - 12J 

Merchandize, goods & wares not herein 
I other wife particularly enumerated 

and defcribed, - - 10 

Millenary ready made, - - 15 

MolafTes, - - - 3 cents per gall. If 

Mufkets and firelocks with bayonets to 

the fame, after May 22, J795, icpcr cent, ad val^i 

.*— without bayonets, - 15 r 

Muftard in flour, - - 15 

Ijlu-flins and muflinets coloured, i*| 

«« not ftained or coloured, - 10 

iNails> « «. ..*• 2 cents per pound 

S Nankeens, - . - iz\per ct,ad'njaL\ 

Nutmegs, . ■ - . - a .15 . j; 



1 



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! Oranges, 
Olives, and Oil, 
Oporto and Lilbon wine, 
! Paper hangings, 
Paper, writing and wrapping, 
(Paper, fhe&thing and cartridge, 
Painters colours, whether dry or in oil, 

except thofe ufed for dying, 
Packthread and Twine, 
Pafteboard, parchment and vellum, 
Ph^ework and Jewelry, 
Pewter manufactures, 
Pepper, ... 

•Perfumes, 

Pifbls after May 22, 1795, 
Pictures and Prints, 
Pimento, 



3 5 
*5 

a 5 cents per gallon 
1 5 per ct, ad v&L 

JO 



fckte*6fftH fort?, 



Powders, paftes, balls, balfams, oils, cinN 
merits, waters, wafhes,t?n&ures,erTences, 
-or other eorapofeitions called fw«c-tfccnts$ 



J 5 
400 cents per civt. 
10 per ct* ad vat, 

*5 

6 cents per pound 
1 5 per ct, ad vaL 
3 5 

4 cents per pound. 
75 per ct, ad val. 



odors, 'perfumes, cr cofmetics, 
Plumbs and Prunes, 

Raiims, 



gF-' r > Glauber, 

m,M tlcih, 

B&late, it nfi and Acne ware, 

BSaddkf, 



*5 
3 5 
3 5 

32 cents per bujkel 
,00 f^.'J /^r c%vt 
30 cent 1 per gall, 

TO 

3 5 

10 
io 
100 cents per ciOt. 

33 cents per gall 
25 cents per pair. 



Etina iHid other wrcu&fit filks, 
Steel, - ■> ■ ■'. ;; ,1 

berry w'n p , - 

Shoes aniJ flappers of f !k, 
— other (hoes and flippers for men 
and women, fcfogs and gclofhoes, 1 5 
si— other (hoes and flippers for children, 10 
I Swords and OfetUflfci, aftei May 22/ 

j 79! . j - . 15 perct. ad vol 

Hdckth^fy - - *5 

: v tQae and earthen ware, ' 1 5 



ISoa'p, - -• 


2 certs per pound. 1 


If Solos, and other carriages, 


20 per cent, ad*val % \ 


km 


Spirit! diftilled in foreign countries. 




tlM 


from Grain. Firft proaf, 


28 cents per gallon. 


lp 


Second proof, 


29 


1 


Third proof, 


31 


1 


Fourth proof, 


34 


III 


Fifth proof, 


40 


1 


Sixth proof, 


5° 


|: ; 


From other materials. 






Fir ft proof, 


*5 


J 


Second proof, 


U 


1 


Third proof, 


28 


1 


Fourth proof, 


32 


; 


. Fifth proof, 


38 


1 


Sixth proof, 


46 




Spirits diftilled In the United Stares/im- 




!j 


ported after the 5th day of June 1794, 






in thefam© flvp or veiTel in which 


. 


I 


they had been previously exported 
from the United States, via. 
From Motefils. 






Firft proof, 


f% 




Second proof, . 


n 




Third proe<f, l 




Fourth prco ', 


Eg 




Fifth proof, 


21 




Sixth proof, 
From materials of the growth cr pra- 
, duce of the United States. 


*s 




Fir& proof, 


7. 




Second proof, 


2 




Third proof, 


9 1 




Fourth proof, 


11 




Fifth proof, 


J 3 




Sixth proof, 


18 




Sugars, from and after Sept. 30, 3794. 






Brown, 


\\W*prlb. 




Clayed, 


3i 




Lump, 


H 




Loaf, 


9 


. 


Other refined, 


H 



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Spikes, 


I cent per 


pound, ill 


Silver and plated ware, 


1 5 per cent 


ad val. n 


■ lace, - 


15 




Sugar Candy, - 


10 




Snuff, - - 


22 




Taffels and trimmings commenly ufed 






1 by Uphoifterers, Coachraakers and 


j 


J 


Saddlers, - 


*5 




Tables of marble, flate or other flone, 


15 




Teas. From China and India. 






Bohea, 


10 




Souchong and other black teas, 


iS 




Hyfon, - 


3 s 




Other green teas, 


20 




From Europe^ 






Bohea, - - - 


12 




Souchong and other black teas, 


21 




Hyfon, - - 


40 




Other green teas, 


*4 




From any other place. 






Bohea, ... 


15 




Souchong and other black teas, 


27 




Hyfoji, 


5° 




Other green teas, - f - 


30 




Tenerifte wine, 


20 cents per gallon* 


Twine and Packthread, - - I 


^00 cents pet 


civt. 


Tin manufactures^ - ' * - 


1 5 per cent 


ad i/al* 


Tiles and bricks, 


*S 


. 


Toys, n*t otherwife enumerated, 


10 




. Tobacco manufactured, 


10 


> 

1 


Velvets and velverets, 


10 


Wines, London particular Madeira* 


56 cent i per gallon* \ 




49 
40 




I ■ Other, do. 




i i Sherry, 


33 




«-. . St. Lucar, - - . 


30 




i i Lifbon and Oporto, 


*5 




■ ■ ■- TenerifTe and Fayal, 


20 




■ All other wines (not to exceed 






% thirty cents per gallon in Americar 


i 




veflfeis, or thirty two cems per gallon 






* in. Foreign veifels) 


40 per cent, 


ai *val*\ 



Wares of tin, pewter, copper, earthen, 
or ftone,, china, gold, filver and 
plated, - - i $ per cent, ad va/. 

Wafers, - - 15 

Walking flicks, whips and canes, 10 

Wax candles, - 6 cents per pound. 

Watches and clocks,or parts of either, 15 per cent, ad-vah 

Window glafs, . - 15 

Wool arrd cotton cards, - - 50 cents per dozen. 

Wood manufactured (excitative of ca- 
binet wares) 12 \ per cent. 

Yarn untared, --. 225 cents pe*' civt. 

All other goods, not before particularly enumerated and 

defcribed, 10 per cent, ad valorem. 

A Duty is alfo laid by an Act of Congrefs, that took 

place Sept. 6, 1 794.1 upon all carriages, either for any per- 
sons own ufe, or to let eut to hire, or conveying of paf- 

fengers, the following fums, to be paid yearly in the 

month of September to the Supervisors and Infpeclors of 

the Revenue in the feveral Diftricts, viz. 

For every coach the yearly fum of 10 dollars. 

For every chariot 8 dollars. 

For every phaeton and coachee, 6 dollars. 

For other lour wheel, and every two wheel top car 

riage, 2 dollars. 
For every other two wheel carriage, 1 dollar. 

ThoSe employed in husbandry, or transporting of goods, 
wares and merchandize, produce or commodities^ are 
not chargeable with the above duties. 

Tbt following Articles are free from Duty, 

Philofophieal apparatus Specially imported for any Semi- 
nary of learning. 

Articles of all kinds of the growth, product or manufac- 
tures of the United States. 

Brafs cannon, till May 5, 1795. 

Copper in plates, pigs and bars. 

Cloaths, books, houmold furniture, and the tools ©r im- 
plements of the trade or profeflion of peribns who come 
to refine in the United States . 

Cutlafies free to May 22, 1795. 

Drugs and woods for dying. 



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Furs of every kind undreffed. 

Goods, wares and merchandize intended to be re- exported 

in the fame veffel in which they (hall be imported. 
Gun powder, free to May 22, 1795. 
Raw Hides, and Iron wire. 
Lead and mulket ball, free to May 22, 17*5. 
Lapis Calaminaris, and Plafter of Paris. 
Old Pewter, and tin in pigs and plates. 
Piftols, free to May 22, 1795. 

Wire of brafs and iron, and wool and wood unmanu I 
faclured. 

All retail -dealers of wines and foreign diftilled fpiritu- 
ous liquors, are yearly, by a late law of Congrefs, after the 
30th of September 1794, to take out a licenfe from the 
Supervifor of the revenue for retailing the fame, for whicfc 
they are to pay for each 5 dollars, on forfeiture of 50 dol- 
lars if they fell without having a licenfe therefor. 

Commiflioners of LOANS. 
New-Hampjhire, William Gardner, 650 Dollars. 



Maffacbujetts, 

Rbode-Jfland, 

Connecticut, 

New York, 

New-Jerfey, 

Pennfylvania, 

Delaware, 

Maryland, 

Virginia, and 

Kentucky,, 

North -Carolina, 

South-Carolina, 

Georgia 



Nathaniel Appleton, 1 500 

Ja^>ez Bswen, 600 

William Imlay, 1000 

John Cochran, 1500 

James Ewing, 700 

Stephen Moylan, 1500 

James Tilton, 600 

Benjamin Harwood, ioco 



John Hopkins, 1500 

William Skinner, 1000 
John Net! fvi He, 1000 

Richard Wylly, 700 

The Commiffioners of Loans in the feveral States are to.be 
allowed neceflary ftationary, alfo the hire of Clerks, to- 
affift in the duties of their refpe&ive Officers. 

William Irvine, 1 Commtjfioners for fettling Ac- 
Woodbury Langdon, y-counts between the Untied States 
John Kean, j and individual States, 
The Salary allowed 13.2250 Dollars per annum each. 
The principal Cleik, 800 Dollars. 



A TABLE of FEES. 

To be taken at the ftveral Cuftom-Houfes of the United 
States, agreeably to the Laws of Congrefs. 

For the Admeasurement of Vefleis to be Regifiered. 
Vefiels of ioo Tons and under, one cent per Ton. 
If above ioo. Tons and under xco Tons, 150 cents. 
If above 200 Tons, two hundred cents* 

Admeasurement of Vepls to be Enrolled* 
VelTels of 5 Tons and under 20, fifty cents* 
VeflTels of 20 Tens to 70, feventy-five cents, . 
VeiTeis above 70 to ico Tons,-*;** hundred cents, 
VeiTels above 100 Ton9, one hundred and fifty cents. 

Fees of Regiftry. 
For every Certificate of Regiftry, two hundred cents. 
For every Certificate of Record, two hundred cents. 
For every Bond required by the Act, twenty five cents. 
For every Endorsement, one hundred cents. 

Fees of Enrolling and Licencing* 
Fvery Certificate of Enrolment, fifty cents. 
Every Bond therefor, twenty five cents. 
Every Licence including the Bond, if the VeiTei be 20 

Tons or under, twenty five cents. 
If above 20 and not more than 100 Tons, fifty cents. 
If above 100 Tons, one hundred cents. 
I&very Endorfement on a Cettificate of Enrolment, 20 cts 
Every Endorfement on a Licence, twenty cents. 

Fees for the acJ'mt. Bufinefs in the Foreign Trade. 
For the CJearat.oe of every VeiTei for a foreign Port, if un 

der ioo- Tons, cne hundred and fifty cents. 
If more than 200 Tons, two hundred and fifty eents* 
iFor every Cocket, twenty cents. % 

jTor every Bill of Health, twenty cents. 
JFor every Sea Letter, twenty cents* 

'Xvery Bond given by Exporters for Drawback or Bounty, 
J feventy cents. 

! Fees in the Coafting Trade. 

Eor certifying a Manifeft and granting a Per.TtU to proceed 

from one Diftricl to another, if the Veflel be licenced, 

and lefs than 50 Tons, twenty five centz, 
\t above 50 Tons 9 fifty cents. 



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jFor receiving a Manifeft, and granting a Permit for a li- 
cenced Veffel, if under 50 Tons, twenty five cents. 

If above 50 Tons, fifty cents. 

For certifying a Manifeft, and granting a permir to pro- 
ceed from Diftrift to Diftricl, if the Veffel be Regifter-; 
ed, one hundred and fifty cents. 

For granting a Permit and receiving a certified Manifeft of 
fuch Veffel, one hundred and fifty cents* 

For receiving a Manifeft and granting a Permit to a foreign 
Veffel to proceed from one Diftii& to anotker, two butr- t 
dred cents. 

For receiving a Manifeft and granting a Permit to unload 
for fuch Veflel, two hundred cents. 

For granting a Permit to a Ve/Tel licenced to carry on the 
Fifhery, to trade at foreign Ports, twenty five cents. \ 

For the Report and Entry of any foreign Goods imported 
in fuch Veffel, twenty five cents. 

For the Clearance of every VerTei having made a partial 
Entry, certifying the Manifeft and the Bond, 80 cents. \ 

If any thing is carried coaftwife, two Manifefts thereof 
muft be made, one to be retained, 1 50 cents more. 

For every addition to the Manifeft of a Veflel going coaft-. 
wife, which anfwers to a Cocket in the foreign Trade, 
twenty cents. 

Infpe&ors, Meafurers and Gaugers Fe e s. 
For every day an Infpeclor (hall be actually employed m 

aid of the Cuftoms, One Dollar and twenty five cents, j 

For the meafurement of every hundred bufhels of grain, 

1 thirty cents. j 

For the meafurement of every hundred bufhels of fait, 

firty cents. j 

For the meafurement of evert one hundred bufhels of coal, 

fifty cents. 
For the weighing every one hundred and twelve pounds,. 
' two cents* 

For the gauging and maiking of every caflc, eight cents y J 
Meafu ring, weighing and gauging goods for exportation, 

the fame as for importation. ,. f 

For computing contents, marking cafes of diftilled fpirits 

and wines, three cents per cafe. 
For counting bottles oi cyder, beer, ale or porter, one cent ^ 

per dozen 



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Judiciary of the United States. 
SUPREME COURT. 
John Jay, of New- York, Chief Jujiice, Salary 4000 Doll. 
William Cuming, of Maflachufetts, 
James Willfon, of Pennfylvania, 1 Aflbciate Juftices. 
John Blair, of Virginia, i Salary 3500 dols* 

James Iredell, of North -Carolina, 1 each. 
William Paterfon, of New-Jerfey, ■* 
William Bradford, of Pennfylvania, Attorney General, 
Salary 1900 Dollars. 
Samuel Bayard, of Pennfylvania, Clerk. 
The Records of the Court of Errors and Appeals , In cafes 
of Capture, are lodged in the Clerk's Office of this Court. 

DISTRICT COURTS. 

pDavid Sewall, Judge, 1000 Dollars. 
DifiriSr of \ William Lithgow, Attorney. 
Maine. J John Hobby, Marfhal. 
CHenry Sewall, Clerk. 






Diftrict of New 
Hampfbire 



Diftfitl of 
Vermont. 



Diftrin of 

Maffacbufetts, 



Dlftricl of 
Rbede-IJland, 



DiJlricJ of 
Cqnnetlkut. 



!John Sullivan, Judge, 1000 Dollars. 
Edward St. Loe LWermore, Attorney. 
Nathaniel Rogers, Marfhal.- 
Jonathan Steel, Clerk. 

f Samuel Hitchcock, Judge, 800 Dollars. 
Stephen Jacobs, Attorney. 
Lewis R. Morris, Marfhal. 
Frederick Hill, Clerk. 

fjohn Lowell, Judge, 1200 Dollars. 
Chriflopher Gore, Attorney. 
John Brooks, Marfbal. 
Nathan Goodale, Clerk. 

{Henry Merchant, Judge, 800 Dollars* 
Ray Greene, Attorney. 
William Peck, Marfhal, 
Edmund T. Ellery, Clerk. 

! Richard haw, Judge, 1000 Dollars; 
Pierpont Edwards, Attorney. 
Philip B. Bradley, Marfhal. 
Simeon Baldwin, Clerk. 



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DiftriB tf 
New -Torh 



Diftri&of 
New-Jerjey* 



toyiricl of 

Pennfyfoania* 



Biflria of 

Delaware, 



Dlflria of 
Maryland, 



f James Duane, Judge, i 5 qo 0$Jia7£ 
Richard Harrifon, Attorney, 
Aquila Qiles, MarjbaL 
Robert Throop, Clerk* 
« Robert MorriSj Judge, jooo Dollars. 
1 Abraham Ogden, Attsmey, 
\ Thomas Loury, MarjbaL 
t Robert Baggs, Clerk. 
- Richard Peters, Judge, 1 600 Dollars* 
\ William Rawle, Attorney, 
v David Lenox ? MarfiaL t 
^Samuel Caldwell, CUrk. 
r Cunning Bedford, Judge, Sqq Dcjiarsy 
V-George Read; jun. Attorney, 
|c Thomas McLean, Mar&al, 
L Matthew Pearce, Clerk, 

S William Paca, Judge, 1800 Dollars,. 
Zebulon Holltngfworth, Attorney,.. 
Nathaniel Ramfay, MarjbaL 
JoHiua Barney, Ghrk. 



Biftrift of 

Kentucky, 



DiftriB of 



Cyrus Griffin, Judge, iS 00 Dollars. 
DlftriS of V Alexander Campbell, Attorney* 
Virginia, J David M. Randolph, TAjtrjbal, 

& William Mar&all, CUrk, y 

f Harry Jnnes, Judge, 1000 Dollars \ 
\ George Nicholas, Attorney. 
1 Samuel M'Powe), jun, MarjbaL 
*- James G. Hunter, Clerk. 
r John Sitgreves, Judge, 1300 Dollars* 
A William JHM, Attorney. 
North Carotin* 1 [ v ohn Skinner, MarjbaL 
<- AbnerNeale, Clerk, 

f Thomas Bee, Judge, 1800 DcHars. 
Diflrift of j Thoma J Parker, Attar ney* 
Swtk- Carolina} Ifaac Huger, MarjbaL 
(Jo/hua Hall, Clerk, 

f Nath. Pcndletpn, Judge. jcQo Ddter** 
I DtflrtB of jMatthev/M'Alifter,^^^ 
£ Georgia, > Jofiah Tatjmail, MarjbaL 

jVenablesBond, Clerk, 



"United States" BANK at PhiladelphiaT 
Thomas Willing, Prefident. 



Jofeph Ball, 
Robert Smith, 
Matthew McConnell, 
Jofeph Anthony, 
John M. Nefbit, 
Samuel Breck, 
Jeremiah Parker, 
Ifaac Wharton, 



William Bradford, 
James C. Fifher, 
Thomas Ewing, 
William Bingham, 
Jacob Downing, 
Archibald M'Call, 
Ifrael Whelen, 
Matthew Clarkfon, 



The above are all of Philadelphia, 



Herman Le Roy, N. Tort 
John Lawrence, Ditto. 
Richard Harrifon, Ditto. 
David Sears, Befton 



John Delafleid, New-York* 
Abijah Hammond, Ditto. 



Henry Nichols, Baltimore. 
John Kean, Cajhier, ■* Salary 2700 Dollars. 

George Simpfon, AJJiftant Cajhier, 1 500 

William Davidfon, J?r/? Teller, 1 500 

Charles Taylor, fecond Teller, 1 000 

Wm. M. Lawrence,jfr^ Book -keeper, jg©o 
Jona. Smith, jun. fecond Book keeper, 800 
Edward Stow, third Book-keeper, 750 

Samuel Fenno, ^f count Clerk, 750 

Thomas Smith, Affiflant Difcount Clerk, 600 
David Manning, Transfer Clerk, 6o» 

Officers of the Cuftoms in Connecticut. 

Port of New -London. Jedidiah Huntington, colleiior j 
Nathaniel Richards, furveyar. I 

Nathaniel Saltonfta II, Jonathan Trott, Daniel Richards,! 
Ebenezer Goddard, Peter B. Harris, Ifaac Williams, Ti-J 
mothy Starr, and Henry Jepfon, infpeclors. * 

Ebenezer Douglas, and Archibald Robertfon, weighers,* 
meafurers and gaugeru . L 

Stonington, Jonathan Palmer, jun. furveyor* 

Middletown. Comfort Sz%G 9 furveyor. Robert Warn -| 
er, infpetlor, I 

New-Haven. David Auftin, colletlor. WilKam Mun-it 
(on, furvey or. , H 

Fairfield*. Stmuel Smedley, colleclor. 

Say -Brock. John Dickinfon, deputy. f urn) ty or. (j 



Off i cep. s of the (Argus) Revenue Cutter* 
Jonathan Maltbie, captain, 
George Houfe, iji mate. 
Jonathan Greenrnan, id mate. 
Ebenezer Perkins, ^d ttuftt. 
WlHtam Higgins, Employed in the Cujlovn-Uivh Bert, 

Medical Society in Connecticut. 

Eneas Munfon, \TreJi*lenft 

E)i>.u Tudor, &ce T Pe0fyjl 

Tam©5 Clarfc, Secretary, - 

John Cfborn, Treafur*r. 
Qtt i c 2 r s ot the C 1 n e 1 n n at t i n Connef ' 
Gen. Ebenezer Huntington. Preftdent. 
Co!, Benjamin Talmadge, Via-Prefident. 
C*tpt« Ephraim Kirby, Secretary, 
Nathan Beers, Efq, Treajurcr. 
Henry Dagget, Efq. Treafurer. 
Coi. JofeprT Wilcox, djfifiam Treafiaer. 

NOTARllsTUBUC: 
InHsrtferd, Enoch Perkins, efq. 
New-Haven, Blizur Goodrich, efq. 
New-London, Lyrnan Law, efq. 
Norwich, Samuel Huntington, 3d. efq. 
Fairfield, Lewis B. Sturges, efq. 
Middletown, Matthew T. Ruflfell, efqi 
.Frejlo?:, Samuel Mott, efq. 
W.oodftock, Jedidiah Morfe, efq. 
Plainfield, Cajvin Goddard, efq. 
: The annual expenditures of Goverisment fince the cora~ 
mencernent of the prefent administration, will appear from 
the following ftatement ; being the amount of appropria- 
tions, by law, made for the fupport of government hi 
each year, viz. 

Years. Dollars 1 Cents. 

1789, 639,000 

i?90> 55 x »395 7* 

1791, 827,696 21 

1792, 1,059,222 81 2-3 
*793> 1,589,044 72 
1794, 2,002,830 50 



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TS inthe "State of CONNECTICUT.]]' 

Supreme Court of Errors. 
T Hartford, the Tuefday fave one next before the fe- I 
cor.d Trmrfda'y In May. At New -Haven, the-Tuef-}'! 
Bay fave one next he f ore the fe~<w.! Thurfday in October. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

AT Kaddam, the Iaft Tuefday in December. Middle [ 
Mrapff, the ias\ Tuefday fave one in July. Afcw»-Htfi*»J| 
.the jft Tcefday in January and hit Tuefday in July-il 
\Fcitfic!d } the 53 Tuefday in January. Danbury, the 2dj| 
Tuefday in Aug* Lltcbfi-Id, the lift Tuefday in Januaryjj 
Oar,:! 3d Tuefday in Auguft. Hartford, the 2d 'ToefdayjJ 
in February, and nl Tuefday in September. ToUar.d, the]} 
Ltn Tuefday th February. Windham, && lit Tuefday inif 
March and 3d Tuefday in September, N*ry6kb 9 the 3 d 1 J; 
Tuefday ia March. New -London, the 4th Tuefday iiv ' 
September. 

COURTS of COMMON PLEAS. 

AT Hartford, the ift Tuefdnys in April and November. 
New -Haven, the 3d Tuefday in March and 4th T;> ;t<by. 
in November. New -London* the a:-l Tuefday lii ]Tinci 
Norwich, the 4th Tuefday in Nov. Fairfield, the 3d 
Tuefday in April. Danbury y the 3d Tuefday in No", 
V/ir.dham, the 3d Tuefday in Auguft and 2d Tuefday, in 
December. Litchfield ', the 4th Tuefday in March arfcj 
3d Tuefday in September. Middtetown, the 2d Tuefday 
in November, lladdam, the 1 ft Tuefday in April. Tel- 
Uand, the 2d Tueiday in February and 3d Tuefday in Sept, 

COURTS in the State of RHODE-ISLAND, 

Supreme Courts. 

AT Newport, the ift Monday in March, and 4th in 
Auguft. Frsvidcjiccy the 3d Monday in March, and 
3d in Sept. Si Kingfion, th? ift Monday in April and 
j October. Frifiol, the 2d Monday in Apr*! and October. 
uF^fi -Greenwich, the 4th Monday in April snd 3d Gclo. 

INFERIOR COURTS. 

AT Newport, the laft Monday in May, and 3d in Nov. 
Frcvldence, the 3d Mondays j n June and December. S, 
y<ivgfisn-> the 3d Monday in February, and fecond 



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JAuguft. Briftol,tk9 lit Mondays in January and July. 
[£ aft Greenwich, tfee 3d Mondays in July and January. 



COURTS in the Commonwealth of MASSA- 
CHUSETTS. 
Supreme Judicial Courts, 

AT Bofton, the 3d Tuefday in Feb. and the laft Tuefday 
\ inAuguft. Jpfiwkh, the 3d Tuefday in June. Salem, 
[the i ft Tuefday in Nov. Cambridge, the laft Tuefday in 
jOclo. Concord, the 2d Tuefday in April. Northampton, 

the laft Tuefday in April. Springfield, the 4th Tuefday 

in September. Fly mouth, the 3d Tuefday in May. Barn- 
\ftable, the Wednifday next preceding the 3d Tuefday in 
jjMay. Taunton, the Tuefday preceding the laft Tuefday 
rin October. York, the 4th Tuefday in June. Worcefter, 
jthe Tuefday next preceding the Jaft Tuefday in April, 
*and the 3d Tuefday in Sept. Portland, the Tuefday next 

following the 4th Tuefday in June. Poivnalborougb, the 

I 2d Tuefday next following the 4th Tuefday in June. 
i Lenox, the ift Tuefday in October. 

COURTS of Common Pleas. 

II AT Bofton, on the ift Tuefday in July, the ift Tuefday 
I in Jan. thefirft Tuefday in Ocio. and the 3d Tuefday in 
jj April. JpJwUb, the ift Tuefday in April. Salem, the 
I 2d Tuefday in July. Neivburyport, the laft Tuefday in 
iSept. Cambridge, the laft Tuefday in Nov. Concord, 
J the 3d Tuefday in March, and fecond Tuefday in Sept. 
f Springfield, the 3d Tuefday in Jan. Northampton, the ift 
i Tuefday in Sept. and 3d in May. Plymouth, the 2d 
I Tuefday in April, the 2d Tuefday in Aug. and 3d Tuef- 
L day in Nov. Barnftable t the ift Tuefday in April, and 
[ ift Tuefday in Nov. Taunton, the 2d Tuefday in March 
I and the 2d Tuefday in Sept. 7V*,the 3d Tuefday in April. 
J Waterbortugh, the 4th Tuefday in Auguft. Biddefcrd, 
I the 2d Tuefday in Nov. Edgarten, the 3d Tuefday in 
f April. Ti/bury, the laft Tuefday in 0£*o. Sherburne, 
1 the laft Tuefday in March, and ift Tuefday in October. 
j Worcefter, the Tuefday next preceding the laft Tuefday in 
I March,on the laft Tuefday of Auguft, and on the ift Tuef- 
f day in December. Portland, the laft Tuefday in May, 



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and 3d Tuefday in Odto. NtivGloucefter, the ift Tuef- 
day in Jan. Halloioell, on the 2d Tuefday in^an. Pew 
nalborougb, the ift Tuefday in June. Waldboroi gb 9 the 
2d Tuefday in September. L*»ox,the 2d Tuefday in Sept. 
the ift Tuefday in Jan. and 3d Tuefday in April. 



FEDERAL COURTS. 
I QUPREME COURT. At the Seat cf Government, 
(JO on the firft Mondays of Feb. and Aug. annually. 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 
I Eastern Circuit. In Neiv > Hamfjkire, at Port f- 
mouth on the 27th day of May, and at £%erer<m the 24th 
day of Oclo. In Maffacbufetts, at Bofton, 7th day of June 
and 12th Oclo. In Rbode-Jjland, at Newport the 19th of 
June, and at Providence the 7th Nov. In Connecticut, 
at New- Haven, the 25th day of April and at Hartford 
the 25th of Sept. In New-Tork, at New- York 5th days 
of April and Sept. In Vermont, at Windfor and Benning 
ton, alternately, beginning at the firft, ©n the 12th day 
of May annually. 

Middle Circuit. In New-Jerjey, at Trenton, 2d 
days of April and Oclo. In Delaware, at Newcaftle and 
Dover, alternately, the 27th days of April and Q€lo. In 
Pennfylvania, at Philadelphia, nth days of April and 
October. In Maryland, at Annapolis and Eafton, alter 
inately, 7th Hays of May and Nov. In Virginia, at Rich 
.mond, on the 22d days of May and Nov. 

Southern Circuit. In North -Carolina, St Raleigh 
lift day of June, and 30th day of Nov. In South-Carolina, 
afc Charleftori, on the 25th day of O.clober, and at Colunv 
bia, th,e 1.2th. of May. In Georgia, at Savannah, 25th day 
of April, and in e*ch fucceeding year at Augufta, the 8th 
day of Nov.- \}Vben any of /aid days haigen on Sunday, 
tbe Court is to begin on tie next dayJ\ 



DISTRICT COURTS. 

In the diOricl of Maine, at Portland and Pownalbo 
rough, alternately ift Tuefday of Martfc, and 3d Tuefday 
of June, and ill Tuefdays of Sept. and Dec. In New* 
Hampjhire, alternately at Exeter and Porffineuth, 3d Tuef 
days of March, June, Sept. and Dec. In Maffackujetts, 



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laker-natcly at Boston and Salem., 3d Tuefday in March, 
<the 4th Tuefday in June, the id Tuefday in Sept. and the, 
jift Tuefday in Dec — In ConneBknt alternately at Hart- 
jford and New-Haven, 3d Tuefdays oi Feb. May, Aug. 
land Nov. In New-Yurk, at the city of New-Yoil* ift 
JTuefdays of Feb. May, Aug. and Nov. InNeiv-Jerfey, 
jiiternately at New-Brunfwick and Burlington, ift Tuef- 
jdays of Feb. May, Aug. and Nov. In Pennjylvania,. at 
Philadelphia, 3d Mondays of Feb. May, Aug. and Nov. 
In Delaware, alternately at Newcaftle and Dover, 4th 
Tuefdays of Feb. May, Aug. and Nov. In Maryland, 
alternately at Baltimore ami Eafton,iixTuefdays©f March, 
June, Sept. and Dec. In Virginia, alternately at Rich- 
mond and Williamfburgh, 3d Tuefday g of March, June, 
Sept, and Dec. In Kentucky, at Harrodfburg, 3d TuefV 
days of March, June, Sept. and Dec. In North. Carolina, 
at Newbern, Wilmington, and Edenton, in rotation, iii 
Mondays of July, O&o. Jan. and April. In 5. Card'ma, 
at Charleston, 3d Mondays in March and Sept. ift Mon- 
day in July, and 2d Monday in Dec. In Georgia* alternate- 
ly at Savannah and Augufta, 2d Tuefdays of Feb. May, 
and Auguft. In Rhode-IJland, alternately at New- 
port and Providence, ift Mondays of Feb. Mzy, Aug. 
and Nov. In Vermont, at Rutland and Windfor, ift 
Mondays in May, Aug. Nov. and Feb. 

FREEMEN'S MEETINGS, throughout the 
State of Connecticut, are held on the third 
Monday in September, awd on the Monday 
next following the firft Tuefday in April. 

I^Table of'th«<ti)t\?ht and nja lue cfgol4 and filler Coins." 
T^NGUSH or French dwt. gr. I. s. d. dols. cts/ 
J2j Crown, *- — — 6 7J 1 10 ' 

ppaniih milled Dollar, — *— 60 1 00 

Engiifh Guinea, — 56 180 4 66| 

French Guinea, — 5 6 1 7 7 J 4 60 

M-oidon-, — 6181160600 

Four Piftole Piece, — 17 o 4 o 4 14 S9 
fohanneF, — — 18 © 4 16 o 16 co 



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|l A TABLE of Simple Interest at 6 per Cent. 
For any Sum from aoj. to £\iooo. 


I 


1 Mon. 


3 Mon. | 


6 Mon. 


A Year. 


1! *p 

it * 


s, d] q. 
010 


s. d. q. 
032 


O 


d. q. 
7 ° 


J, d t q. 
1 20 


"2 


021 


070 


1 


2 O 


2 4O 


3 

4 

I 5 


032 

4-3 
© 6 


O 10 3 
121 
1 60 


1 
2 

3 


3 2 

4 * 



3 7° 

4 9° 
600 


| 6 
1 7 


7 
081 


1 9 2 
210 


3 

4 


7 
2 


720 
840 


] 3 
1 9 


9. 2 

10 3 


2 4 3 
281 


4 
i 


9 2 

4-2 


9 7° 
10 90 


1 '£•'- 


L .$•* d. 


/. s> d. 


/. 


s, d. 


/. s. d. 


If l0 


010 


030 





6 


O 12 O 


20 


020 


60 





12 


1 4 O 


30 
40 

60.. 


030 
040 
050 
60 


090 
O 12 
15 
18 



1 
1 
1 


18 

4 

10 

36 


1 160 
280 
3OO 
3 12 O 


ll 


070 
080 


110 
1 40 


2 

2 


2 
8 


4 4 

4 16 


9° 

100 


.090 
10 


1 70 
1 10 


2 

3 


14 



5 8 c 
600 


aoo 


1 00 


300 


6 


© 


12 DO 


300 


1 10 


4 10 


9 





18 © 


400 


200 


600 


12 





24 O 


50® 
600 

700 

500 

j 900 

iiooo 


2 10 
300 

3 10 
400 

4 10 
500 


7 10 

900 

10 10 

12 

13 10 
15 


*5 

18 
21 
24 

2 ? 

3° 










30 O 
36 O 
42 O 
48 O 
54 O 
60 O 



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Eclipses for the year 1795. 

THERE will be four Eclipfes this year, in the 
following order : 
The First will be of the SUN, January 20, 
I at 8 o'clock in the evening, invifible. 
The Second will be of the MOON, February 
3, in the evening, vifible, if the air be clear: 
By calculation as follows 
h. m. f. 
Beginning 6 37 28 

Middle - - 8 4 37 
End - - o, 31 46 

Duration zh. 54m. i8fec. 

Digits eclipfed, 7. 2. on the 

fouth fide. 

The annexed Type reprefents the moon at 
the middle of the Eclipfe. 
The Third will be of the SUN, July 16, at 

1 3 o'clock in the morning, invifible, 

The Fourth will be of the MOON, July 31, 
3 o'clock in the afternoon, invifible. 

Difference of High-water at feveral places from 
New-London. 

AT New- York, Tarpaulin-Cove and Say Brook Bar, 
the fame as New-London ; at Rhode-Ifland and 
Amooy, 40 minutes fooner; at Providence, 25 minutes 
fooner ; at Sandy-Hook 2 hours and 4a minutes fooner; 
at Albany, 3 hours and 10 minutes fooner; at Bofton 

2 hours and 20 minutes later ; at Guilford and New- 
Haven, 2 hours and 50 minutes later ; at Philadelphia, 
5 hours 20 minutes later ; at Norwich-Landing, 45 mi- 
nutes later ; at Sagg-harbour and Southold-harbour, 2 
hours 10 minutes later. 




January, hath 31 days, 



1795. 



[Full moon 5 day, 5 morn, 
[baft quarr. ra day, midnie:. 



New moon 20 day, fc itiern. 
F : .rf> qii,irt. aft day, 1 morn. 



M I W J Kalendar, &c. \%-; 7. \ &ief,F. fca.| 



5 Circurnfi. jj 28 

6 Days length gh. 4m. y 28 
yj Snowy w eat her. 7 27 
D 2 Sunday p. Chriflm. 7 27 

c?©0 Windy ^ 2 



3 Epiphany. 

4 7*s fo. 8h. 13m. 

6 © flow of clock 8m 



clear:*] 23 



Di ft paft Epiphany 
2JJ)Apoge. P0D 

4 {Peace ratified by Con- 7 20 

5 jDays increafed 2om.J7 20 
61 Cold abates . '7 1914 



22 

7 22 
7 2i 



3 2 
3* 

33 . 
33 8 
34! 9 
34; 10 
35I 11 
3 6ii 

36 
37 
38 
38. 
39 3 



7 7*sfo. 7h 31m. 
D 2d paft Epiphany 

2 0insz 8h. 14m. aft. 
3'dO) Now 

4 Twil. ends 6h. 30m. 

5 Days length 91134m 

6 r*n*tt or 

7 7*s fou. 7 o'clock. 
DConv.St.Paul. J Peri. 

Jhow 

3 Some f out her ly 

4 n©> &;zWj. 

5 then falling weather, 

6 Days increafed 50m. 
©flow of clo. 14m. 



4 

164 
15 



40 
40 

4i 

42 

43 

44 
45 
46 

47 
48 

49 
50 
51 
52 
55 
5^ 
51 



3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 
8 

9 
10 

11 
12 

1 

2 

3 

4 
5 



7 4! 4 5° 6 



February fi&tb 2&days, 



-95- 



j.Fuii moon 3 day, 8 attern. 

Lafl qunrt. 11 day, 9 attern. 



j New mdQn 19 day, S morn. 
I Firf* qunrt. 25 day, roif'.ni*, 



; M|W| Kalendar, &c. |®ri. ICflietjF. lea.| r.pf 



M 



15 

if| 4 

19 5 

20,6 
•217 

,.:>5;4 
|W?6 

Iffeo 7 

j ' 



^SPTUAGES, 

Candlemas. 

Day break 5I1. 19m. 

(low of cl. 15m. 
Treaty of -allia. with 
®Ap. (France 1778. 
Sexagissima. 

Rairn or fnoziK 
Days leng. loh 16m. 
Gen. W A shingt.on 

(n-0> K 1732. 
Days increa. ih.24m. 
Valentine. 
Shrove Sundav, 
Twilig.ends 711.56m. 
<Shrove Tuefday. 
0inX 1 in. 6m. morn. 
y } ;; : ]) AJlorm about 
>Perige. Full tides. 
this time, 
1 Sunday in Lent. 

More pltaf&nt) but 
iSt, Matthias. 
n.O© foon grozvs 
Days leng. ich 58m. 
cold and floriny 
flow of cl. 13m. 



59 
5* 

57 
5^ 
54 
53 
6 2 
5 1 

49 
48 

41j.5 
6 43;5 
6 4«fe 
4°J5 
395 
385 
3 6 '« 
355 
345 
3 2 5 
3'5 
3°5 
28.5 



4 5-7 


H 


\ 58 


4 59 


851! 


5 ' 


9 38 


<5 2 


10 n 


5 3 


ii 3 


5 4 


11 43 



6jl2 

7 1 
8! 1 

2 

3 

4 
4 
5 



9, 

ii 

l2 ; 
18 
14 
i5 
17 
18 

£0 
21 
22 
24 
25 
26 
28 

29 

o° 

3 



7 
8 

9 
10 

1 i 
1 1 

l 2 

1 
2 

3 
4 
5 



|Ve?:'j'» will be rrom'ng ftar to 
•vemns ftar to th-.r end of 



he 151b of O&ober, thence 
the year. 



March hath 3 r 



days* 



T795- 



•uH moon's ciay, I nftt-rn, j| New moon -20 da), 7 attern 
raft quart. I % djf/, J afrertl. iL^trg 



■ -.ywn. *7<*tfi 'omorn 

" 1 :D-2d"Sunday in Lent. 6 27J5 33 

2 UiDav break 4^ 49™- £ 2 '4 5 H 

o|o Scmt pkaj ant days, b 24J5 ' 
►a^Oflow crfcl.i2»- '[6 235 37< 

^h'^O® but raw winds. 6 21I5 39; 

Si ; Day*l*nff. ioh2om.-6 20(5 40 1 

.7 Twilight ihorteir. 6 3 915 i*\ lQ 

60 3d Sunday in Lent. 6 17J5 43 " 

g|2 J #»*a crjnozo^ lff- 

ic?3 Days incre. 211 32m. 6 M 
11J4 7*5 fet 1 111.36m. p r 3 
12J5 j Starching (6 12 

7 i CA?7i> tffld co/^.p 

D 4th in Lent. j 6 

2 j Sol breaks the icy 6 
,1 7*3 'cords that bound,- «6 
'18:4 :The Magnate ftreamsj6 
f4s\ &hard'ned ground.|6 
feo!6 ©inT 1 ih.30m.mor. 6 l() 
P7-!>Per. Pretty fuli|5 $& 
^!D; 5 th in Lent. tides.* 5 8 , 6 
£§2 j FFzWy w*ather. t 5 566 

Eh!Dayslcng/i2h iem.<5 55$ 
Lady Day. 15 53^ 

Cter. 5 5 2 ! 6 






n©> 

Showers %n 
Palm Sunday. 



many places* 5 47P *3 



©(low of dock 4m. 




5 *# W 

5^16 



!r 4 do 



A p r i l, hath 30 days, 



Full moon 4 day, 6 mom. 
Laft quart. 12 day. 9 morn. 

MJW | Kalc ndaf ? ^&c 
1 



3. 
e 

8 4 

9 5 

306 



4 j P leaf ant. 

tj flow of clock 3m. 

6 Good Friday. 
jApo.^ rf©> 
Eafter Sunday. 
7*s let 10 o'clock. 



New moon 19 day, 3 ,umnl 
Firft qna r t. zc; Ha y, 9 afr^m 

10ri. i.0fet|F < fca.jr;0J 
6 161' 



P leaf an t 
weather, 
Some warm 
1117 fkowers. 

I'isDiH: Sund. p. Easter. 
I ' 1 q 2 O & clock even. 

IH3J 

|; 1 5 4 Days leng. 1 3b. 1 om. 

jj 1 7 5 jDays incre. 4h. 1 6m. 
\ 187 !> Perige. Full tides. 
i9D»2d p.Easter. d0> 
202 ©in Q lh lOmmorn. 
213 Much wet about 

22 4|Twil. ends 8h. 35m. r 
235 J this time,.£ 

5 
St. Mark Evan. 
3d pa ft Easter. 

P leaf ant. 
7*s fct 3I1 39m. 

Warm Jhowers. 
fad of clock 3m. 



.5 44 
5 42 
5 4i 
5 4° 
5 38 
5 37 
5 35 
5 34 
5 33, 
5 3i 



7 
6**j 7 
6 *9| 3 
6 2 °| 9 
6 22J 9 
6 2310 



2°i3 



1 1 
5 2 
33 
14 
54 
36 
18 

4 
5° 
40 

3 1 
22 
16 
10 
6 o 

6 49 

7 4 2 
., 8 35 

6 40; 9 29 ©fets 
6 42:10 
6 43 11 



6 2 5 
6 26 
6 27 
6 29 
6 3° 
6 3 1 
6 33 
6 34 
6 35 
6 36 
638 
6 39 



11 

12 
12 

1 
2 

3 
4 
5 



4 5; 

5 2; 

5.5| 
©rile 

7 m 

i3 

9 3- 

IO 2( 

1 1 2* 

morn 

2;; 

1 K 

41 

3,' 



6 44 
6 45 
64 

64 

^ 49 
6 50 
6 52 

7i 6 53 

6 i6 54 



8 *| 

9 3 1 
10 5 < 

5; 



1 1 



10 morn 



o 



5°j 

20 

2 

43 



M' a y, hath *\i day», 



1795, 



[Full moon 3 ilny, 10 aftern, 
Laflqu3tt. 11 day, 3 i'fern. 



New n-7 oon iS 4ay, ji ir.o'i.. 
Ffrfl quart. 2 5 day, 11 morn* 



4]W( Kalendfrr, &c. [fflr. T ®fct. T F.rea.| 



1 1 6 Phil. & Jacob. 


5 5 6 55 7 2 4 


4 29 


£ 7 > Apoge, 


5 465 6 , 8 4 


4 55 


1 304th pah Easter. 


5 26 58; 8 43 


Ji-ife. 


42 


[<?©> 


5 1 , 6 59| 9 28 


7 S 2 

8 31 


5 3 


Lozory zv eat her. 


5 07 010 14 


> : 6 i4 


Gen. Elect, Newport. 


4 59 7 V 1 9 3o 


• Ih 


Wejierly 


4 5°7 211 50 


10 28 


. fy 


winds. 


4 57 7 a' 12 40 


11 26 


■ 9 1 ? 




4 5^:7 4 1 3o' ( morn. 


10 


D 


5th paft Eafler, 


4 55J 5 


2 19 


11 


K 1 


2 


n G* S° me 


4 54(7 6 


3 12 


57 


h 2 


3 


rain. 


4 53,7 7 


4 6 


1 27 


lis 


4 


Thunder in many 


4 W 8 


4 54 


1 57 


M 


5 


GeiwEieft. Hartford. 


4 5^7 9i 5 43 


2 40 


J 
115 


6 


places. 


4 5oj7 io| 6 31 


3 2 4 


U-6 


7 


Winds zofjterty. 


4 49|7 11 • 7 20 


3 54 


i _ 
17 


D 


Roga. Sund. >Perig. 


4 48 


7 I2j 8 13 


4 24 


I 1 


2 


dQ} Ful1 ti< ^ es - 


4 47 


7 13! 9 7 
7 14 10 8 


} fets. 


19 


3 


Dark day, 1780. 


4 46 


9 3 


£G 


4 


jfo**n about this time. 


4 45 


71511 9 


iO O 


21 


5 


inn 


4 44 


71612 2U0 52 


*a 


6 


faft of clock 4m. 


4 43 


7 17 12 56*11 43 


23 


7 


Day break 2h 34m. 


4 42 


7i8 


1 49pnorn 9 


*4 


D 


Whit Sunday. 


4 42 


718 


2 41J 28 


*£ 


2 


n©> Foggy 


4 4 1 


719 


3 24 1 13 


; 2 6 


3 


mornings. 


4 4° 


7 20 


4 7 * 42 


r t . 


4 


Gen. Ele&,2?d/?0?i # . 


4 39 


7 21 


4 4 81 2 111 


28 


5 


*§0W2£ r^lW rt£tf«£ 


4 39 


7 21 


5 28? 2 Q 7 |j 


29 


6 


*A£.f time you 


4 38 


7 22 « 9 


3 2 


30 


7 


may depend. 


4 37 


7 2 3| 6 49 


3 3M 


3 1 


D 


Trin.Sund. ©Apog. 


4 37 


7 2 3 


7 3 2 


4 *« 



* * 



( u N e f~ath 30 days. 



1795- 



[Soil moon 2. da. . 
jLaft quart. 10 dn 

jM^Vv 7 ] Kalend; 



1 aicern 
A mo 



£1 



New moon 16 day, 7 aftern- 
Firftqo*rt. 24 day, 2 mom« 



1I2) ^Something 

45 

5 6 



&c. |^ri.|0fet.|F.fea- 1 i.^, 



r 3^7 2 4. 8 

*zmtj ^ 4 35 u 25 9 

. U 35j7 2 5 10 

r^zw.J^ 34/7 2611 

| 4 34 7 26 s i2 

7 Did Sund. p. Trinity.^ 33 7 27; 

# 2 i Rain about L 337 27; 

3 t Day break 2I1. 20fti. ; 4 32*7 28^ 



nj5 

12|6 

•4 



7 2 9, 
7 2 9, 
7 2 9 
7 2 9. 
7 2 9l 



4 25 
)rife, 

30 

21 
12 

58 

43 



10J4 jn®# **« *«»«. f 4 32.7 28' 
Pleafant weather, I4 31 
£Aera r<zzrc 4 31 
and thunder} 4 3! 
i4|JU2dp.Trini. iPerig.4 31 
152P &clo. even. (431 

163 d©# FuU tides -4 307 3° 8 
17 4 ^«y mornings. Yd 307 30 9 
185 7*.s rife 2h. 14m. I4 30J 30:10 45 
196! Fine pleafant '4 30J7 3011 39 

2o'7 j ferene weather. 4 30*7 30*12 33 

D3dp.T.0in©9h2im4 307 30J 1 
2 JTwi.e. 9I1 45m. (mor. 4 30.7 30 2 
Warm and pleafant.^ 307 30 2 
St. John Baptift. [4 307 30! 3 

(nO>4 3°i7 3°i 4 
Northerly j 4 3 © |7 30J 4 47 

t 0Apoge. winds} 4 30 7 30 5 28 

28JD 4th pait Trinity, [4 31J7 29 6 10 

292 ISt. Pjeter. U 3 l |7 2 9 G 57 

3Q3 1 Hazy weather} $ 31 7 29 7 44 



9 

1G 

LO 

1 

mora, 
o 17 




51 

21] 

5°' 
22 

&\ 

30 



o 
1 

1 

2 

2 

3 u , 
>iets.J 

8 42) 

9 3<> 

10 ia, 

11 6| 
19J11 a*j 



morn.] 
o 10 



37 

4 

27 

*9 
49 
14 



July hath 31 days, 



*7frS- 



niooa 2, day, 3 mord. ]| Nev moon 16 clay, 3 morn, 
I aft quart. 9 day, 10 morn. || Firft quart. 23 day, 7 aftdn 
Full moon 31 flay, 3 aftern. 



|ffiri.| yl £fet[F. fea| r.^ s. 



9 

10 

ii 
12 

*3 

*5 

16 

*7 
18 

*9 

20 
21 

22 

2 3|5 
246 

2$D 



29 



w] Kalendar, &c. 
4] Pica] ant and 4 

5 <?©• 4 

forene. 4 
Independ. declared 4 
5th p.Trin. [1776. 4 

Lowry weather. 
Day's len. 14b 52 
©flow of cl. 5m/j 
n©# AaeTi 

lowry ^ and perhaps 
#Perige. rain. 

6th paft Trinity. 
and thunder in 
many places. 
Commencem. Cambr, 
d©# High tides. 

Plea/ant. 
Day's leng. 14I1 38m 
D 7th paft Trinity. 

Lowry mornings 
i7*s rife midnight. 
Day break 2I1 45m. 

nOt ©in& 

Some rain 

Dog days begin. St. 

8thp.Trini. (James J 

and Thunder} 

Twilig. ends gh 1 5m. 1 

Mot J 

weather. 

Qfaftofcl.im. ffQD 



4 40 

4 4i 

4 4i 

42 

43 
44 
45 
46 

46 

4 



4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 5 2: 7 



4 38 
4 39 

4 S9\7 21 

20 



2 9, 

28 i 
281 

281 

27 

27 

2 l 6 

26 

25 
24 
24 

2 3 
2 3 
22 
21 



497 



8 33; 3 59 

9 25 ©rife. 

16J 8 51 

1 7; 9 36 

1 55 10 *3 

2 44*10 49 

1 32U1 19 

2 2o|n 48 

3 8 morn. 

3 55 1 

4 48 

5 4i 

6 37 

7 33 

8 31 

9 2 7 

17 

1 7 

1 53 

2 38 

1 9 

2 o 

2 40 

3 21 

4 5 

4 49 

5 3 6 

6 24 

7 16 



9 



Lait quart. 7 day, 1 ahem. 
frJew moQfl 14 day, raftern. 



M[W| Kalendar, &c. |q|ri,{^{et}F. feajp-i. j)sj 



A u g Q s t hath 31 days; 



JZ25_ 



firft quari. 22 day, noon.: 
Full rnoon 30 chy, 2 mam.! 



7 Lammas 

E> gth^paft Trinity 



W 3 
4 

5 
6 



9 
10 

1 1 

12 

1 -3 
14 

*5 

6 

'? 

U9 

20 
21 
a 2 

?3 

24 

J2£ 



'fam and foggy. 

Thunder ^^^ 
Jhowtzd. 

J) Periger ▼ 
10th pad Trinity.* 
Day break 3I1 6m. 
7*s rife 101138m. 
0flow of clock 4 m 



264 

to 5 
6 

■9 

; 3* 



11th pafl Trinity. 
weather, tken 
Twili. ends 8h 38m. 

dear and 
#Apoge. jerenc. 
^*s rife io o'clock. 

1 2*h pafft Trinity/ 
J)Apo, Barthol. 

.Mars r#2#. 

Commence. Dartm. 

Day's len. 1 3I1. 1 am. 

P leaf ant, \ 

0*71© and clock even. I 

I33D 13th p. Trin. ^0J> 

2, 1 zoarm weather. 

= u sasss: 



53 7 

54 7 

55 7 
5 6 |7 

7 
7 



57 

59 

o 

1 
2 

3 
4 

5 

3 

8 

9 
1 
1 1 

1 

1 

i9 

»S 

21 

23 

24 

vj 

2 7 

2 



R 20 



59 
P 

57 
5* 

5 r > 
55 
5~ 
5 3 
5 C 
4S 
45 
*6 
46 

« 
41 
4 C 
3S 

3( 
3c 

3c 
3" 



291° y 



■9 49 
10 39 



1 55 

2 44 

3 3; 

4 31 

5 27 

6 2'. 

7 »J 

8 c 

9 c 
9 4c 

10 3? 



5^ 
35 
20 



9 2 7 

10 1£ 



8 4 c 

9 16I 

9 47 
to 18 
10 5 o 

11 23: 

norn.j 

o 3> 

43* 

1 35! 

2 28'ji 

3 3<fl 

B lets ji 
8 

8 <$g 

^ 59:1 
9 21 ' 
9 48; 

10 15 !i 

10 42'; 

1 1 & 

11 44" 

morn. 

20 

1 $m 

2 4, 

3 5 

4 5. 
D rife' I 

7 49? 



■m» -..«-.*».♦(—«». ! 



September hath 30 days, 



T7Q*» 



Laft quart. 5 day, 8 aitern. 
[New moon 13 day, 2 aftern 

\M\W\- Kalcrkiar, £c. 



3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

io 

n 
1 2 

*3 
M 

15 
16 

1 
'i 

r *9 

20 

21 

22 

' 2 3 

i« 

2 
2 

'28 
ao 



3 |7*s rife 9h 20m 

4 [Commenc, Providen, 
Dog days end. (>Pe, 

Main about this 
O0J tints. 

14th pad Trinity, 



Firft quart. 21 day, 5 morn. 
Full moon 28 dav, noor> 



j 3i 
3 3 2 
5 33 
5 3T 
5 S^ 
5 37, 6 2 3 
6 21 



you may depend. 5 39 

Day's leng. i2h. 40111.^ 40' 

Commenc. iV. Haven} $ 41; 

P leaf ant {5 43 

@ fafl of clock 4m. I5 44 

then rain) 5 45 

15th p.Trin. d©®5 47 



]) Apogee, 

Foggy mornings. 
7*s rife 8h. 20m. 
Warm days, 
16th paft Trinity. 

2 .St, Mark ev. QQ) 

3 0in£: nh4m. mor. 

4 j but cool 



1 

6 



nights. 



7 Twili. ends 7b. 33m. 
D^th pail Trinity. 
3 $ '^} } P leaf ant 

3 St. Michael. they, 

4 ])Pciige. cowz^i rain 



551 

5 54 6 
5 55,6 
5 56-6 



5 58 

5 59 
,6 o 



5 



6 27 
6 24 



fine and pkajant)^ 4816' 12 
Day's leng. i2h 22m J5 49 



6 11 
6 9 



11 

12 49 

1 41 

2 34 

3 29 

4 24 



6 20 5 19 
6 19 
6 17 
6 16 
6 15 
6 13 



b 10 

7 n 

« 33 

9 *9 

10 4 

10 45 

2 5 



11 

2 



el 



6 
6 
6 
5 58, 



1 

2 

3 
4 
4 

5 
5 57i 6 
5 5 6 - 7 
5 54 s 8 
5 53 9 



8 2o f ! 

8 5 4 j 

9 28 
10 6 

10 44 

11 34 
morn. 1 

24" 

1 33 

2 42, 

3 50, 

4 5 2 , 
) fets. 1 

7 3 2 , ! 

7 57, 

8 22 
8 49 '< 

5* 



9 

9 

10 25 

13U 1 13 
4«iorn. ! 



95 5210 



54 
44 

37 
3° 

*9 

8 

o 



o 10 5 5010 51 



Ij 
° 57; 

1 54 

3 5' 

> rife. 
6 5 2 



= ■ — .... - * hatti fifda^s, 

^ ou.rr. 5 day, I mo"ri. Tf^-quaX^l^l^/^ 

S£j ^fafTofcIIiim.--- 

2.'6 



"3 rite 'yii 30m. 
3 7 j Pleafant. 

1 2th pad Trinity. 
Day's leng.nh 26m 
Day break 4I1 44m. 

Hazy mornings, \ 
Gzn. G; New-Haven. 
|7*s rife 7J1. 4m. 
P leaf ant 



4-L 

6 3 

74 



96 

11 

12 

:i3 
14 



6 13 5 47 12 «** 
6 14 5 46; 1 3 < 
6 16)5 44! 2 3 

6 ??.» 43 3 29 

f 



E fe 4^1 4 25 



|5 4°; 5 14 



18 

19 

2 °3 
214 

236 

; M7 

2/ 3d 

& 

306 



v 



Oigth pafl Trinity. 
4%) Rain 

about this 
]>Apoge. loftf 

Pleafant. 
7*s rife 6h 37m. 

JLotfrry 
20th p. Trinity. St.Jo £5 
weather. (LukeJiS 06 
StoningtonBap. affo-6 }jy 
(ciation.j6 39 
Day's ieng. ion 40™ )s 40 
$%V 7him. mor. 6V 

Alw 777 /», 
21ft pafl Trinity. 
P leaf ant 
c?Ol) but wvndy 



6 

6 

6 21 £ 39! 6 

[6 22 5 3 8, 6 4 f 
5 3 6 j 7 3° 
35J 8- 13 4 41 
33* 8 5 t c f])fcts. 




r. 


2) * 


8 


12 


8 


53 


9 


4i 


to 


«9 


1 1 


3*1 


attorn. | 





S3 1 , 


1 


35 \ 


2 


ftj] 

39 


3 



5 8*1 9 3^j c 

1 6 59 



-■ * 47|5 i~S 
B Pe. Simon & Jude. 5 48 [5 1 2 



6 43 5 

44 5 

« 45 \5 



21 

20 
1 C 
1 

1( 
1 / 



56 

4 



5* 



^7 hiyh tides. |6 49 Jg 1 *ho ^ 

jC&/d a.W blu/term* \6 50 ,'5 ic|i 1 qo| 

fc Ji!L?L^5 k 1< 5m.652|5 8;i2 36J 



7^0 

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8 3 6| 

9 »4 I 

10 1 1 

1 53 . 
morn. ] 

o 56 

a 1 

3 « 

4 20 
£rife 

6 1 1 

6 53 

7 35, 
* 33 ] 



Nov EMBjtR fiarh ^o days, J795. H 



IjL 


it qu at. 3 d*>, 1 ait^m. !} rFirii quart. 19 day, 1 aftern- 


■ Jew 

jjyfjM 


jvoon tj day, 11 mcsrn.jj Full moon 26 <i»y> 7 mom. 


r | KalerTdar, &c. |^ri.»OqF.fea. 1 r.js. 


I'- 


D2 2d paftTrini. All 


6 53 


5 7 * 3°, 9 3P 


ll ~ 


2.1 (Saints. 


6 54 


5 6 


2 29 


10 32 


I ^ 


3 n©> 


6 55 


»5 5 


3 21 


11 34 


1 4 


4 


Dub . to wry 


6 57 


5 3 


4 9 


morn. 


I ^ 


5 


chilly weather. 


6 58 


5 2 j 4 57 


38 


6 


6 


Fair weather, 


6 59 


S »j 5 39 


1 42 


7 


7 


Day's length 10 h. 


7 


5 © 6 20 


2 43 


ap 


2$d pad Trinity. 


7 1 


4 59; 7 ? 


3 43 


9 


2 


then a jtorrn. 


7 * 


4 5 8 j 7 42 
4 57; 8 24 
4 55: 9 * 


4 43 


10 


3 


_7*s fo. oh o2m.raorn. 


7 3 


5 42 


1 1 


4 


6 09 $ Apoge. 


7 £ 


]) fets. 


' 1 2 


5. 




7 ^ 


4 54j 9 49 


6 8 


1^3 


6 


Windy, 


7 ; 7 


4 53.10 3£ 


638. 


>4 


7 


c hilly , 


7 » 


4 5 2 ]n 22 


7 H 


1 c 


D 


24th pad Trinity. 


7 9 


4 5 1 * 12 1C 


7 59 


. 1 6 


2 


a/e£ dwa' zm- 


7 10 


4 5O12 58 


8 45 


M.7 


3 




7 *? 


4 49; * 4 8 


9 45 


18J4 

3 


niJ 


7 12 


4 4 8 j 2 38 


10 45 


, *95 


comfortable 


7 *3 


4 47' 3 25 


11 46 


t 20 


(3 


Day's length 9h 30m. 


7 *4 


4 4 6 j 4 *> 


morn. 


■21 


7 


wt at her. 


7 H 


4 45] 5 * 


O 46 


2.2 


D 


25th paft Trinity. 


7 16 


4 44! 5 5 1 


2 V 


2 3 


2 


(OMnJt oh^m.mor. 


7 *7 


4 4 3. 6 41 


3 *4 


24 


3 ^ fail of ~clock 13m. 


7 l8 4 4 2 7 3 1 


4 21 


2 5 
26 


4 ' J) Per ige. 


7 l8 j4 4 2 


8 26 


5 22 


5 ■'<?$]> High tides.. 


7 iq:4 4 1 


9 2,' 


Drife. 


t 


More jailing \i 20J4 4QJ1&I 24 


6 17 


7 ' m^/fcr.7 2i'4 3^11 2r- 


7 12 


29 


D-26th pafl Trinity. I7 22*4 38J12 2c 


8 14 


30 


2 St. Andrew. [7 224 38 J 1 1, 


JL4 6J 



_ December hath 31 da s, i795» 


Lalt quart. 3 day, 3 morn. \ 


f 1 ftquart. 18 day, 1 aftern. 


New moon u day, 7 oorn. ? 


Full moon 25 dr»y, 5 aftern. 


M|W| Kalendar, &c. 0H.10C |F. fea.|r. j)s. 


1 


3 


©faft of clock 10m. 


7 23*4 37 


2 4 


10 21 


2 


4 


Cold, blujlering 


7 234 3 6 


2 55 


11 25 


3 


5 


n @ > weather. 


7 2 4J4 3 6 
7 254 35 
7 25,4 35 
1 26U 34 
7 26:4 34 


3 37 


morn. 


4 


6 


j*s fouth loh 46m. 


4 19 


29 


5 


7 


Fair, 


5 1 


1 32 


6 


D 


Advent Sunday. 


5 42 


2 32 


1 


2 


Windy. 


6 23 


3 3 1 


3 


Day's length 9J1 6m. 


7 274 33 


7 3 


4 3* I 


9 


4 


]) Apoge. 


7 28^4 33 


7 46 


5 30 


lO 


> 


67Z0&; or 


7 28,4 32 


8 30 


6 2j 


ii 


,-> 


6 O > ram 


7 29,4 3* 


9 *7 


•lets. 1 


12 


7 


dtf Aaw^/. 


7 2 9,4 32 


10 5 


5 49 


IS 


) 


2d Suiad. in Advent. 


29j 4 31 


10 54 


6 40 


i Zi 


a 


Cold, 


7 29,4 3 1 


11 44 


7 S 2 


15 


3 


7*s fouth 9h 58m. 


7 294 31 


12 31 


8 29 


it 


4 


chilly weather. 


3°,4 3 1 


1 17 


9 26 


i7 


5 


Day's length 9h. 


7 3°,4 3 1 


2 4 


jo 32 


18 


6 


Qhft J Mord 


7 3° 4 3° 


2 5 1 


11 39; 


'9 


7 


fnonj. 


7 3°4 3° 


3 37 


morn. 


20 


D^d in Advent, 


7 3°4 3°j 4 22 


45 


21 


2 St. Thomas. @invf 


7 3°4 3°i 5 *5 


1 5i 


22 


3 |0 and clo. together. 


7 3°4 30j 6 9 


3 10 


23 


4 ; J Perige. 


7 3°4 3° 7 7 


4 29 


24 


5 Pretty full tides. 


7 3°4 3°, 8 5 


5 45 


25 


6 Christmas. <°@> 


7 3°4 3<>. 9 Q 


> rife. . 


26 


7 j Cold and 


7 3°4 3°, 9 5* 


5 42' 


V 


D 4th in Advent. 


7 3°4 3<> 10 54 


6 48 1 


28 


2 1 blujltring weather ; 


7 294 3 1 ll 5° 


7 55» 

8 59 


29 


3 j arcd perhaps 


7 294 3 1 


12 3b 


30 


4 jTwilig. ends 6h 1 5m. 7 294 3 1 


1 22 


10 2 


31 


5\fnozo. Farewell.) 284 32' 2 


11 10 



R O" 

( No. I. ) 
I "Road to Newport. 
I Grot<>n, Rarher, miles, 4 
I Stouingtan, Frink, 5 

I Paucatuck-bridge 9 2fa£<w£ > 5 
P Charleftown, Stanton, 8 

I Tower hill, 17 

{ Ferry, Robinfon, 3 

J Newport, Tcwnfend, or ) 
I Private Lodgings, dlmy, $ 7 



49 
[ (No, II.) 

Lexoer road to Providence 
To Tower- nil!, 39 

!| North- Kingftown, Allen, 6 
l - Gicer.wicb, Arnold, 10 

Sulling-Mill, Stafford, 3 
Pro vide nee, Lyndon, or T 

Cogge<hal],$, xo 



h 



6S 
( No. III. ) 
Middle Road to Providence 

and Bofton. 
Turnpike, Montvilie, 

Uaughtw, 
Norwich, Latbrop, Brown, 7 
Ufbon, Tracy, 
Plainfield, Eaton, 
jVoluntown, Dix&n, 
tlScituate, Fiji, 
II Manchefter, 

Providence, 
Attleborough, Newe', 
Holmes ) 



A D S. 

from the information of an 
obfcrving Traveller.—— We 
alk further information re-| 
Tpecting the Northern and 
Weftern ftages, wiGv.ng to 
make the Regifter a good 
Pocket Companion for Gen- 
tlemen when travelling. 

( No. IV, ) 
From Bofton to Newbu 

ry-port, 
From Newbury-port to 

Portfmouth, 
From Portfmouth to 

Portland, 
■FVtfwPortland ^Machias,2o^ 

( No. V. ) 
Poft Road to Hartford, by 

Middletown, 
Montvilie, Allen, 

Otis, 4 

Chamberlain, 3 , 



I 

> 22 

7 II 



Cokhefter,Breed,Taintor, 6, 
Arnold, 10 



Brown, 



Over the Ferry to Mid- 7 
dletewn, C 
Rocky. Hill, 
Wethers tielo, Wright, 
Hartfcsd, Bui), 



Wrentham, Mann, 
Walpole, Dowries 
Dedham, Gay, 
Boften, Bracket, 



103 
N. B, In the above ftages, 
the beft are put in italic 



55 
( No. Vh ) ! 

It sad to Dartmouth College. 
Montvilie, Haughton, 7 

[Norwich, Lathrop,Brown, 7 
Franklin, 

Windham, Starmiford, 
A/hford, Clark, 
Union, Loomis, 

BrimfitM, Convert, 
Palmer, Qu inter., 



* 

H 
I 

r LI 

6; s 



Roads 

Eekbertowr> 3 flight, 
Ateherft, Fiefd, 

ljurjdcrland, Bililn'js, 
Meritague, Root, 
Ttfprtbfisld, Hunt, 
Binfdak, Tailor, 
Chefterfieid, Snow, 
Weftmoreland, 
Walpole, Baldwin, 
Charieftown, Walker, 
CUramont, Wait* 
Cornifh, Chafe, 
Plainfidd, Smith, 
Lebanon, 
College, Brcwftcr, 



continued, 

jojNew-Rochel, Erufh, 
SJ^ing's Bridge, 

14 



New- York, 



911 



»45 



i 



i3 7 

( No* VII. ) 
Road to Nevr-Ilaven and 

New- York 
Lvme, Paribus, 
Acrcfs the ferry to Say- 
brook, Pratt, 
Kiliiogworth, Crane, 
GuiKord, Stone, 
Branford, Harr'ucn, 
New Haven, 
Milford, Clark, 
Stratford, Benjamin, 
Fairfield, Penfield, 
Norwalk, Reed, 
Stamford, Webb, 
* orfr-neck, Knap, 
R,e, Haviiand, 
Mtrfaeckt Horton, 



From New-York to Phila- J! 

dclphia. 

Newaik, 30 

Elizabeth-Town, 6 

Wood bridge, *o 

Brunfwick, 10 

Ten Mile Run, 10 

Princeton, «j 

Trenton, i 2 - 

Briftol, i° 

Penny Peck, i° 

Frankfort, 5 

Philadelphia* * 



9 5 
Frow Philadelphia to 
Alexandria. 
Derby, Hayes, 7 

Cbefter, Withy, 8 

Wilmington, Bentley, 13 
Chrifiiana Bridge, Darby, 9 
Head Elk,Hollingfworth, 12 j 
Charleftown, Palmer, id 
Acrofs Sufquehan.Durbm, 7! 



Baltimore, Stark, 
*!The Rope-Ferry, 

j Spurrier's Tavern, 
I Rofes' Tavern, 

6 

4 



Alexandria, W ife, 



3*1 

S 

s 

8 

T8j 



~ Seamen's Journals, Sehoel Books, Accompt 
Bcok™d&ral affortment of Stationary, 

l£ conftantl/kept for fale, by Thomas C 

I Gklen, New-London. 






[The teturns made of military officers in the State of Con- ,| 
\r,eftkuty being partial and imperfec~t t are omitted in the Regifteri 
'this year. And the editor t*;kes this opportunity to exprefs bis\l 
,ivijhes that the Captains and Brigade- InfpeSfors would make\< 
\tbcir returns feajonabiy, the year enfuing, to the Adjutant-] 
General, that the public may , for once at leaf, have a comp!eat\\ 
lift °f the military officers in the State. If fuch a lip can be 
Qbtahedy the editor propofes to enlarge on his plan another year -J 
and to publifh at an earlier period.] 



INDEX, 



Apportionment of repre-) 

fen t a tives to congrefs,)" 
Aflbciations of churches, 37 

Collectors ftate taxes, 9 

Courts of probate, 23 

Courts in New-England, 75 

do. federal, 77 

Costing & fifhing veiTcJs,5i 

Commiffioners of loans, 68 

Curtomhoufe fees, 60 

Cincinnati Officers, 74 

DArtmouth college, 39 

Duties on goods, 60 

FAirfield county officers, 17 

Federal government* 56 

Freedom foaety, 39 

Freemen's meetings, 78 

Hertford county officers, 13 

city ditto, 27 

bank ditto, 25 

Harvard college, 38 

*Mvalid penfioners, 31 

JUdiciary of the U. S. 71 

Judges fuperior court ) 
in Connecticut, y^ 
L^g* Mature of Connecticut, 5 

Licenfed preachers, 37 
Litchfield county officers, 20 



MMdleftx county officers 11 

Middletown eity ditto, 27 p 
Minifters and churches, 33 
Minifters and confuls, 48 

their fees, 50J 

Medical Soc iety, 74JJ 

NEw- London co. officers, 1 5 lj 
city ditto, 27 j 

, bank, 24' 

cuftom-houfc, &C.73 
New- Haven co. offieeis, 14J 
city, 26 

domination foraflirtants, 11 
Population of the U. S. 53! 
Political calculation, 43 
RAtes of gold and filver, 41 
Regiftering a£r, 52 

TAble of the number of ) 

males and females,&c.)^ Q j 
Table of intereft, 79; 

co. of gold and filver, 78 
Town clerks, 
Tolland county Officers, 
Transfer of flock, . 
United States annual 
, expenditure, 

bank, 
WlUiams's college, 

Windham co. officers, 18 J 



) ! f 
4 



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'1796 _ 

11216980 )GY COL.LECTIC 



* 



fc.A ^<K 

:' v G R E E N's 

! 

J AND 

s § 

f FOR THE S T A T E OF i 

i Connecticut ; 

I For the Year of our LORD, I 

I A I 

■ 1796; i 

I 1 

I BEING THE TWENTIETH OF THE | 

I INDEPENDENCE OF THE 

f UNITED STATES. 

! ° 

I NEW- LONDON: 

\ I 

l Printed and Sold ey | 

Jl SAMUEL GREEN. •$ 



• Eclipses forjhe Y^^qq 

THERE will be four Eclipfes this year, lii the 
following order : 

JThe firft will be of the Sun, January 10. at 1 o'- 
clock in the morning, invihble 

•the fecond will be a fmali eclipfe of the Sun, Ju- 
ly 4 th, in the evening : the beginning will be 
at 7 o'clock, and the middle 7 o'clock and 20 
minutes, at which time the fun will let, about 
i~ 3 digits cclipfed. It may be fee* by thole 
who have a clear extenfive horizon. 

'The moon's place at the § will be 2r 13 

))'s lat. at the § 
. ]) 's horizontal parrallax 
; J)\s hourly motion from the Q # 

])'s apparent fernidiameter 

The apparent fernidiameter of the © 

Semidiameter of the penumbra 

The center of the fhade will pafs over the great 
Pacific Ocean, where the fun will be cent rally 
and totally eciipied at 12 o'clock, in lat. 36 £0 N. 
long. 165 W. 

The third will be of the Moon, December 14. at 
10 o'clock in the morning, invifible. 

The fourth will be of the Sun, December 2Q 3 at 1 
o'clock in the morning, invisible. 

VULGAR JsOTES for 1796. 



2 9 5 i 

14 3$£i, 

& ,53 

35 50 
16 47 

15 SO 

a 8 37 



Dominical Letters, C. B. 
GoLlen Number, 1 1 

Cycle of the Sun, 1 



Epaft, 

Roman Indiclion, 
3JJuiian Period, 6« 



to 



09 



i f a •/•• u a r y, hath 31 da>s, 1-96. 

K'Afr quart. 1 day, 8 aireriujir irft quart. 17 day, n mor: 
J Jew moor* re day, 2 roorr>. IJFuil moon 24 day, 5 morn. 



i 6 .Circumfi. q ]) s| 7 28 

9 7 7*^ fp. 8h. 30m. ,728 
3 C ..Days length gK 6m. 727 



flow of 
6 4jJfiJMp 



6m. 



727 
7 20 



CVtf, 

windy 7 2 b 
weather. 7 2/ 



iJt/Uys inc 



:d 



4 3 2 


4 3 ? 


4 33 


14 33 


/•• <"> >\ 


ft OVi 


4 34 


4 3? 



07 1 lid f j n s 1 r lo }t d *] 24 

io'CiO eclipled. 6G } 7 23 

i^iUbforjnozv. -ft 20® 7 22 
I <3 I > lat.i 39 'b. 



t*7 22 



7 M 4 3 ( 

4 a* 

4 37 
4 3« 

4 38 
4 39 
4 40 
4 40 
..4 4i 
S4 42 



2 50 morn 

3 3°, ° H 

4 10 

4 5 2 , 

5 34 

6 19 

7 5 



h^pj * Driy break -5b. 40m. '7 21 
\i4&\ i'' f inte r -ti*t weather. 7 20 
I: *!6 '7*8 f6. 7b 4 2m. I7 20 

Jiyh (Tvvil, ends 6h. 2011:1.7 19 
i7^jDOj> ;7 *? K 

|i8 2 jDay* -length qh 2Gm. 7 17I4 43 
I193I Show. '7 i6.;4 44 

p#4J©in:» 2 r:.or. )£er.'j 15U 45 
0{k)wofcio. 12m. '7 14,4 4^ 
lagftjDays increaled 54m. 7 13 4 47 
R > 3' -7 i Q*Ld h^:ilhe.r. '■'] Ijj 

li.tjClScptuagefima. <j*5)J7 J1 



$3 

J°7 



Converfi. St i J aul, \q iO 

Grows 17 

wor<; Moderate, \j 

then jt or ray ]n 

weather.]*] 



irfcrSexkijefiena. nQ)l? 44 5^1 2 39. mQtl ?. 



-■1 
4 48 
4 49 
4 5° 
4 5i 
4 5 2 
1 53 
4 54 
4 5^ 



- 5 
$ 40 

9 30 >'fets. 
iO 18 6 ■ 6 

n 5 7 9 

it 51 

12 37 9 *$ 

1 231© 21 

2 gil 27 

2 5 7 morn 

3 4 6 ° 3 8 

4 4°, 1 49 

5 31-3 ° 

6 35: 4~ ia 

7 37i 5 M 

8 28| 6 30 

9 25 ©rife 

10 1 5« 6 23 
ti 6{ 7 35 

11 51 8 38 

12 3 5| 9 4 1 
1 i6jio 43 



i 57, 11 44 



February hath 29 <!ns. 



1 796 . 



New moon 8 day, 6 anern. 
Firft quart. 15 day, 9 after. 



M W| Kalenclar, &c. 1£* r. tffVfet.'F.fea.l r.Js. 



Full moon 22 day, 6 attern 



3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
C 

2 
3 
4 
5 
ia.6 

*3|7 
4 C 



2 

174 

196 
207 
ailC 
22 a 

2 33 

l6 6 

III 

29! 2 



Days lerig. pi 54m. 17 
Ca'ndlemas, 17 

('•Apoge. 
0flow of cl. 14m. 

Treaty of allian. with 
Shro. S. (France^ 78 
dU]> Grows cold. 
Shrove Tuefday. 
Da?sincrea. lh. 16m. 
Gen. Washington 
(born 1732. 
Day break 5h. 1 im, 
ill Sund. in Lent. 

(Valentine. 
©Perig, 



314 571 3 



©in* 

Jiorm now 
2d in Lfent. or 

£©]> / <MH 

#iat. 4. 12 N. tkmcA 
St. Matthias. 
Twilig.ends ^h. 3m. 
wi ft akin. 
Days lehg. nh. 
3d in Lent. 
} Apoge. 



a/ 
J ^? 

6 glle 

f 4 Z« 

I 4% 

6 45 
6 



42 
6 41 

$ 39 
6 38 

6355 

* 34 5 
6325 

6 a 8. 5 
J 6 2 7 ' 5 



9:11 

lljl 1 

1 *'■ 



i3 

14 

15 
17 
18 

'9 
21 
22 
24 

2 5 
26 
28 
29 



21 
6 

5' 

&8 

26 

H 

in 

c 
5 J 

37 
*5 

1 2 

59 

4^ 
3 B 



4^ 

1 4s 

2 4^ 

3 4^ 

4 34 

5 ' 2 7 

6 11 

)fets. 
5 5* 

**j 

9 f\ 

10 i(i 



1 11 3S 

29|morn. 

2A\ O 51 

2 3 

1 3 



9 

10 

11 
11 

30J12 36 
32 1 19 

33; 2 



if 



3 
4 

5 2J 

6 2^ 
Jrife 

6 if 

7 i* 

8 22 



y s 7i 

10 ga! 

11 35 
2 morn 



* he planet Venus wrll be evening ftar to the zd of Autru' 
thence morning ftar to the end of th e year. 

• £-j —^ ^ 



M 



A P (J h T 



nath 7 t da 



1796. 



Lait quart. 1 day, 2 afUin. II fruit qua Ft, i6dny, 4 morn 
Ntw moon 9 da}, 8 afiern. I| Full moon 23 day, 8 morn. 

Lift quarter 31 day, 11 morning. 
Mfivf Kalcndar,"&c". _ \W^^C\K^W7f7. 



24 

I 



i J 



1 IM 



i8 f o 



49 

>2C 
[21 

2 3 

(24 

1C 



Co 



Live, and 6 26I5 34 



let live ; i. e. be a 6 24 

good landlord. J6 23 

7*s fet midnight, [6 21 

Days incre. 2h 20m. 6 20 

4 th Sunday in Lent., 6 19 

6 



C 



O flow of cl. 11m 

Some pleaf ant days, ,;6 

d©# Pretty fullj-6 

(tides.' 6 

7*s fet 11b. 38m. J6 

Day break 4b. 3.3m. |6 10 - 50 1 1 40' 9 24 



47| 
32] 



33 
3i 
2 4 
1 g 

2 9 

55 

M.^lets. 

a! 6 56 



36 
5 37 I 
5 39 j 
5 40' 
5 4i 
5 43 
5 44!- » 
5 46] 9 

5 47 10 

5 48 10 51 8 10 



5tb Sunday in Lent. |6 
) Perigee. (6 

Somcjnoio abouifi 

St Fatri cr, 6 

More pkaf ant. 6 
7 <n T 5 aftern. 6 

B6th in Lent. 

2 Day's length i2h 4m. 

3 7*s fet 1 1 o'clock. 
Si 1623 SO* 

5 ]> Ut, 5 N. 

6 Good Friday. 

7 Twilig. ends 7b 5m. 
B Ealter Sunday. 

Peace-makers find 5 48 
happinefs of mind. 5 47 
Qflow of clock 4m. '5 4^ 
a OS Stor?j;y foon.\$ 44 



?5 5i *& 33 i0 39 



552 

5 54 
5 55 [ 
'5 57* 



^58 

1 |5 59 
1 
2 

4 

5 



59[6 
58,6 

5%> 
55|6 

54j6 

5 49 ; 6 



26,1 1 



9 

9 

10 

11 ,'12 

12 12 48 

1 



54 



morn, 



•rife 

7 ^ 

8 it 

9 21 
to 21 
11 21 
morn 

i^j 

1 13 



A p r j l, bath 30 da'^s 



796. 




New moon 7 day", 8 aftern. jFul) mcon 21 day, n at un 
Firft qinrt. 14 dav, n morn. |Lail quart, ^oday. 4 morn 



MjWj Kakrndar. &c. i0ri.T.(T)fot T F.f^n. ir 



6 Days ieng. 12II. 341:1. 

2 7 7*s let 10 17m. 

3 B 1 ft Sund. p. Easts r. 

4 2 If you would have a 

5 3 good fervant, fervc 
64 your ihlf. 

8|6j® lat. 4 51 S. 
97b Pcrige. ; 
io-Bj2d paft Easter. 

12|3 Days length 13b 4m. 
13.4 Day break gh 41m. 
D0^ Q&cl.even. 
An idle man is t\ 
devil's play-fellow, 
ts'3<l pad Easter. 
2 Showry weather. 
3|7*sfet 9h 15m. 

4 ©in Q 3hmorn. 

5 <?OC Rain now. 
6[Twilig. ends 811.35m. 

7 ©fall of clock 2m. 
&4th p. Eafter. > Apo. 

2 St. Mark Evan. 

3 &i4<2> 
Pleajant 

weather. 
Days lengib 13b, 4.6m. 

/ no© 



M~ a y, hath 3 r days, 



36— 1 



-96. 



Ntw moon 7 day, 4 morn. 
Firrt quart. 13 <^ay, S afrerm 

rii " 'MP 1 L 



Full moon 21 day, 2 aicern 
Lart quart. 29 day, 6 aftern 



Kalendar. &c. 



3£4|| ^-ljiilg. a .'l r .' * s 

5, ' 4*6 5"fj 4 24. 2 13 



1 ii 5 th pa ft Eafter. 

2I2J (Phil. & Jacob.^ 3*657 

3 3J J5 2 ^5 8 

4! 4, Gen. Elc&. Newport, § i-6 59 
5;50 faft of clock 4% | 4 597 1 
6|6 | 7*s fet 8h 8m. 4 5^7 2 

7 ' 7 ;d©> Full tides. 4 57V 3 
80,8110. after Afc€nfionJ ( 4 507 4. 
9 ! 2] (>Perig.; 4 55I7 gjai 



12J 2 46 
o 3 *9 
491 3 5° 
40J 4 2 

32I 4 5 2 
26 > fets. 
241 8 44 
23, 



103 ft 12 03 PUafant}^ 54^7 6 ( i2 23*11 1 

1 lUfDay's leng. 14I1 1 4m.;4 53*7 7] 1 2 2'niorn, 



i 2J5jGen. Elect. Hartford; 4 52^7 
^jo'Day br'k.2h. 47m. J4 51J7 p ! 
(n©j;4 507 ** 

Whit Sunday. J4 49 ^ 11 

Pitafant weuther. 4 48:7 1 2 

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wife man poffefs it/4 467 14 

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8 5|4 :Gen. Elztl, Boftvn. '4 40J7 
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27J6'0uft of clock 3m. (4 397 2t 
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pleafant 

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25 ^Dog days begin. 

26.3! #W weather, 

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7*srife 1 1 o'clock. 

Rain and thunder. 
11th paft Trinity. 
H&t weather. 
0flow of clock 5m, 
O00 Pleajant. 

Day's ten. 13b. 50m 
variable weather, 
# Apoge. Warm. 
12th paft Trinity, 



Qri.|Qfe t|F.feajri.Ds. 

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$5 c?©> 

1 06 Days fhortn, lh 36m. 
i2o'7 7* s rile 10I1 4m. 

n 1 3th paft Trinity, 
22! 2 0inrrf 8 morn, 
!23!3]Twilig.ehds 8h 28m. 
B4I4 [Commence. Darlm. j 

6j6j USovie rain about 5 
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28 B 14th paft Trinity. I 5 
ao,^! this 'time, 5 

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> 6 Days leng. 1 2V1. ,54m. 
3 [7 Dog days end. Hazj 



3 2 r b 
32 



615th paft Trin 
2 weather, cool evenings, 
37*s rife 9 o'clock. 
4^Coirimen. Providence, ^ 
5-0 fail of clock 3m. [5 
", Q©]> Plea/ant} 5 

D Apogee. a>tfrw.5 
B 16th paft Trinity. '5 

2 J weather, 5 

3 Day break 4I1 10m. [5 

4 Commenc. N, Hay en. 5 

AJiorm is U 

c?®> gathtring.- 

n > lat. 458.S. 
1317th paft Trinity. 

2 J P leaf ant, 

3 'Day's length i2h 6m. 

4 St. Matthew. 
5j©in£: 5*1 morn. 
6 jPen'gc. d©> 

Twili. ends 7h. 32m. 
18th paft Trinity. 
Pretty good weather. 
7*s rife 7b. 48m. 
O fa ft of clock 10m 
St. Michael. 



34 
3^ 
37 



28, 



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6 -27 9 

6 26,10 



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42 

44 

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51 
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3 36 


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7 2 4 


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8 30 


8 58 


9 37 

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1790. 



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5 rrion 


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ri;W| Kaletuiar. &c v |*"->ri. : ■-. ■ L jl ? . Ica.jr.J) s 


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9 3 1 


6 48 


£ 




1 9th paft Trinity. 6 14 5*4^ 


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10 51 


7 3' 


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ii 42 


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20th paft Trinity, 


6 24 


a* 


3 37 


11 2f 


1C 


2 


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625 


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6 26 


5 34 


5 13 


26 


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@ faft of clock 14m. 


6 28 


5 3 2 


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Gen. C. New- Haven, 


€ 29 


5 3 1 


6 46 


2 3c 


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Daybreak 4I1 54m. 


630 


5 3° 


7 33 


3 35 


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632 


5.28 


20 


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6 33 


5' 2 7 


9 9 


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5 26 


9 59 


6 31 


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636 


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10 53 


7 8 


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6 37 


5 23 


11 47 


7 45 


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J)Perige. Full tides. 


638 


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12 45 


8 42 


21 


6 


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6 40 


5 20 


1 43 


9 59 


22 


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6 41 


5 19 


2 41 


10 45 


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2 2d paft Trinity. 


6 42 


5 18 


3 38 


11 51 


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this time. 


644 


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morn. 


-.5 


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7*s rife 6 o'clock. 


6 44 


515 


5 20 


SB 


26 


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6 4 6 


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1 5 8 


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647 


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6 S3 


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Simon fc Jude. 


649 


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8 20 


4 12 


2 97 


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650 


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23d paft Trinity. 


651 


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November bath 30 days, 



Firft quart. 7 day, 5 afterrL 
Full moon 14 day, 11 aftern, 



1796, 



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New moon 29 <^av, 6 m- • 



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7 TAen a?mex raiw 
B 24th pad Trinity. 

n Q J) W Ai^A 

winds, 
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may be 
ex pe fled, 
Day break 5b. 27m. 
25th paft Trinity. 

■a-'d3|High tides. j)lat. 2J7 
6 4|DPerige. (36. S 

5J7*s fo, at midnight. 
Jfflzy weather. 
TJDay's length gh.32m 
026th paft Trinity, 
0ih jt Bm. mor. 



7*s fouth nh 29m. 
frojiy nights. 

|Twili. ends 6b. 20m, 
827th paft Trinity. 
2 !-Q| fafi of clock 11m. 

2 93d0* 

4 St Andrew. ^ ApQg.17 



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I-7&6. 



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all moon 14 day, 10 morn 



Laft quart. 21 day, 1 morn. 
New moon 29 day, 1 morn. 



t1l|W| Kalendaiy&c, j^ri. \ ®f.fF.fca,] r.frs. 



7*s fouth 11 o'clock. 7 20 
A bluJleringjtornVfl 24 
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B Advent Sunday. 
2 1 C<?M, gAt/ly weather. 
3j0faftof clock 8ra. 
4}n0) More 

5 pleafant 

96 Day's length 9J1 4m. 
7 CM incr cafes. 

BsdSund. in Advent. 
Windy and f now, 
Day break 5I1 46m. 

4 J-Perige. £0) 

5 ®lat.o # 44N. F. tides 

6 7*s fouth gh 54m'. 
Cfild weather, 

B 3d in Advent. 

P leaf ant for winter. 
Qinv? 9h aftem. ' 
MJ4 St. Thomas, n© J 
W5 (Day's length 9I1. 
&36JN0W a good-fire | 

7 lis our defire. 
BjChristmas. 
2 iSt. Stephen. 
3:St John Evan. 

4«l/ajp boMntsotis peace in 
5} MifsfuJ charms dtjand, 
&Jbr(> diftant realms, and 
« J endhfi years ex} end. 



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The New FRENCH CALENDAR, commencing Sejtfft 
tember 22. 



Names of Months. Englfjb. Term. 

AUTUMN. 
Vindemaire, Vintage month, from Sept. 22 to Oft. 

Brumaire, Fog month, G6t. 22 to Nov. 

Frumaire, . Sieet month, ■ Nov. 21 to Dec. 



Nivos, 

Pluvois, 

Ventos, 



Germinal, 
Flore al, 
Priareal, 



WINTER. 

Snow month, Dec. 21 to Jan. 

Rain month, Jan. 2D to Feb. 

Wind month, — — Feb. 19 to Mar. 



19 
18 
20 



S P R I N 

Sprouts month, — 
Flowers month, - 
Pasture month, - 



G. 



-Mar. 21 to April 1 9 
■ April 20 to May 19 1 
-May 20 to June i&L 



SUMMER., 

JVleHIdor, Harveft month, June 19 to July 18 

Fervidor, Hot month, July 19 to Aug. 17 I 

Fructidor, Fruit month, — — Aug. 18 to Sept. 16 | 

Complementary days, as Fcajls dedicated to 
Les Vert us, The Virtues, Sept. 17 

Le Genie, Genius, Sept. 18 

Le Travail, Labour, Sept. 19 

\J Opinion, Opinion, Sept. 23 

Les Pcccompenfes, Rewards, Sept. 21 

The intercalary day of every fourth year is to be cal- 
led La Sans Culottide ; on which there is to be a Nati- 
onal Renovation of their oath, u To live free or die/' 
The month is divided into three decades, the days of 
which are called-, from the Latin Numerals, 

I. Pr/mtdf. 2. Duodt. 3. Tridi. 4- Qtiartidu 
5. (htintidi. 6. ScxtidL 7. S:ptidz. 8. OClodl. 
9. Nonodi. 10. Decadj 7 which is to be the day of reft* 



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TXctiomiftcitlons of the Coins of the Vmtcd Mates. 
*o Mills ") r i Cent Mills. Cts. Dim. D. Ea< 

c!|io Cents ( v J l 1>ime I0 ! 

^ io Dimes r maKe ) i Dollar ioo 10 I 
10 Dollars J O Eagle iooo ioo 10 I 

10000 1000 IOO 10 I 

The different Weight of the Federal Coins. 
Pure gold, 
dwts. gr. 

4-8 
6-8 
7 -8 
4-16 
10-16 



An Eagle 


10 


7 


Half do. 


5 


3 


Quar. do. 


2 


13 


Dollars 


15 


11 


Half do. 


7 


17 


Quar. do. 


3 


23 


Dimes 


1 


13 


Half do. 





18 


Cents 


8 


16 


Half do. 


4 


8 



Standard do. 


dwts. 


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11 


6 




5 


15 




2 


19 


4-8 


17 


8 




8 


16 




4 


8 




1 


17 


3-5 




20 


4-5 



2-16 

9-16 

of copper. / 

The ftandard for filver coins 1438 parts of pure filver 
to 179 parts of alloy, which is to be wholly of copper. 

All other gold coin of equal finenefs, to be valued at 
89 cents per dwt. and all other filver coin of the fame 
finenefs at 1 1 1 cents per oz. 

A Mill is the lowelt money of account—- one thoufand 
being equal to the Federal Dollar Unit 0,001. 

A Cent is the higheft copper coin, one hundred being 
equal to a Dollar 0,100. 
A Table of the Value of Foreign Coins, ire. in Federal 



Money. 


E.D. 


d. £. m. 


Pound Sterling, 


4, 


4 4 


Pound of Ireland, 


4, 


I 


Pagoda of India, 


h 


9 4 


Tale of China, 


1, 


4 8 


Mill-ree of Portugal, - - 


1, 


240 


Ruble of Ruilla, - - 


0, 


660 


Rupee of Bengal, 


0, 


5 5 5 


Florin or Guilder of the 






United Netherlands, - 


0, 


3 9° 


Mark Banco of Hamburgh 


0, 


3 3 5 


Livre Turnois of France, 


0, 


1 8 5 


Real Plate of Spain, 


; 


x 9 



TABLE of Exchange retween ConneSicut and 
- - .the following places. 

One hundred Pounds Connecticut currency 
is at par in Maflachufetts, R. Ifland, N. Hamp- 
{hire, Vermont and Virginia, £.100 — Dollar 6f* 

In Pennfylvania, Maryland, Delaware and 
Jcrfey, £.115. — Dollar 7/6. 

In New-York and North-Carolina, £.133 €/&• 
—Dollar ffi 

In South-Carolina and Georgia, £>yj 15/& 1$ 
two thirds — Dollar 4/8. 

In Nova-Scotia, Newfoundland and Canada, 
£.83 6/8 -Dollar $/. 

In Barbadoes, /"-ail 2/2, two thirds — Dol- 
lar 6/3. 

In Jamaica, £.104 3/4. — Dollar 6f$. 

In the Englifti Windward Iflands, £•!$'] 10/I 
—Dollar 8/3. 

In the French Iflands, 2641 Li v res and two 
thirds* — Livre 8d. fixty-fix 1 25ths. 

la the Dutch Iflands 458 and one third Pieces; 
of Eight. — Piece of Eight, 4/7, eleven i5ths, 

In the Danifh. Iflands, 520 five 6ths Pieces o£ 
Eight, — Piece of Eight 3/2, four 5.1ns. 

In the Spanifli Iflands,. 333 one third Pieces 
©f Eight.— Piece of Eight 6f. 

In England, £.J$* — Dollar 4/6". 

In Ireland, £. 81 5/.— Dollar 4/10 |. 

In Spain, 424 eight forty-thirds Piailres of 
Exchange. — Piaftre of Exchange, 4/9, thir- 
teen 2^ths, 

In Holland, 845 one *6th FJorins, — Florin 
2/4, two fifths, 



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CONNECTICUT. 

EXECUTIVE and LEGISLATIVE 
DEPARTMENTS. 

His Excellency SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, Escv. 

GOVERNOR. 
Ion. OLIVER WOLCOTT, Esq. Lieut. Governor. 



ASSISTANTS. 

William Williams, Efq. 
Jofeph Piatt Cook, Efq. 
William Hillhoufe, Efq. 
John Treadwell. Efq. 
James Davenport, ]Jfq, 
Roger Newbury, Efq. 
Heman Swift, Efq. 
Jonathan Ingerlol, Efq. 
Thomas Grofvenor, Efq. 
Thomas Seymour. Efq. 
Aaron Auftin, Efq. 
Jeremiah Wadfworth, Efq. 

Andrew Kingsbury, Efq. Treafurer, 
George Wyllys, Efq. Secretary. 
John Porter, Efq. Comptroller of Public 

(Accounts. 



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Roll of the House of Representatives, May, 1795* 

Hartford, JViR. Jeremiah Wadfw or th, chofen Affifi* 

Mr. William Mofeley. 
Berlin, MelTrs. Selah Hart, Gad Stanley. 
Brifol, Mr. Abraham Pettibone. 

Eaft- Hartford, Me ifrs. Jonathan Welles, Samuel Flagg. 
Eaft-lVindfor, MeiTrs. Eraftus Wclcott, Fred. Ellfwoi th. 
Enfield, Meifrs.Eliphalet Terry, Daniel Perkins. 
Farmington, MelTrs. Timo. Pitkin, jf. Solomon Cowles. 
Glajienkury, Meflrs. Howel Woodbridge, Elifha Haie. 
Granby, .MelTrs. Pliny Hillyer, Hez. K -jlcomb. 
Southtngton, MelTrs. ElizurAndrus, A fa Barns. 
Suffield, MelTrs. Gideon Granger, jr. Samuel Hale. 
Sims bun, MelTrs. Daniel Humphrey, Jon. Pettibone. 
Wethersfield, MelTrs. R. Wells, E. P. Belden. 
Windfor, Mr. Henry Allen, 

Mr. Hezekiah BiiTell, chofen Clerk. 
New-Haven, Mr. David Daggett, chofen Speaker. 

Mr. Elizur Goodrich. 
Branford, MelTrs. William Gould, Timothy Hoadley. 
Chejhire, Meffrs. Elnathan Beach, Puifas Hitchcock. 
Derby,, MelTrs. Daniel Holbrook, John Humphry. 
Durham, MelTrs. Simeon Parfons, Dan Parrnelee. . 
Eaft-Haven, Mr. Samuel Davenport. 
Gilford, MelTrs. Andrew Ward, Nathaniel Ro.iTeter^ 
Hampden, Mr. Samuel Bellamy. 
Milford, MelTrs. Charles Pond, Ab. V. Dewitt. 
North-Haven, Mr. Jofeph Pierpont. 
Wallingford, MelTrs. Jared Potter, Samuel Hal), jr. 
V/aterbury, Meilrs. Jofeph Hopkins, Aaron Benedict. 
IVoodbridge, Meffrs, Thomas Darling, Roger Peck. 
New-London, MelTrs. Marvin Waif, George Williams. 
Norwich, MelTrs. Afa Spalding, EHiiia Hyde. 
Bozrah, Mr. Nehsmiah -Waterman, jun. 
Colchejier, jyieffrs. H. Champion, jun. J. R. Watrous. 
Franklin, Mr. Silas Hart .home. 

Groton, Melirs. Thomas Avery, Benadum Gallup, j on. 
Lisbon, Mr. Samuel Lovstt. 
LjT/ze } MelTrs. iirael Reeve, Ezra Wait, 



IMontwIle, Mr. Matthew Turner. 

Pre/ion, Meffrs. Elias Brown, Ifaac Avery. 

Stonington, Meffrs. Latham Hull, Sanford Billings. 

Fairfield, Mefi'rs. And. Rowland, Lewis B. Sturges. 

Xhniury, Meffrs. Eliflia Whittlefey, Eli Mygatt. 

Brookfield, Mr. Daniel B. Cook. 

Greenwich, Meffrs. Jabez Fitch, WilKam Knapp. 

Huntington, Meffrs. Elifha Mills, David Nichols. 

New- Fairfield, Meffrs. James Scofield, Stephen Barns* 

Newton, Meffrs. William Edmond, David Baldwin. 

Norwalk, Meffrs. Taylor Sherman, Eliphalet Lockwood.~ 

Reading, Meffrs. Thaddeus Benedict, Aaron Barlow. 

Ridgeficld, Meffrs. Jofliua King, David Olmftead, 2d. 

Stamford, Meffrs. David Maltbv, Thaddeus Weed. 

Stratford, Meffrs. S. W. Johnfon, Abijah Brooks. 

We flon, Mr. John Sherwood. 

Windham, Meffrs. Timo. Larabee, Shubael Abbee. 
yjjhford, Meffrs. Efek Saunders, Thomas Huntington. 
Brooklyn, Mr. James Eldredge. 

Canterbury, TVIenrs. Mofes Cleveland, Elifha Paine. 
| Hi'/ipton, Mr. Ebenezer Mofeley. 
| Kiiliilgly, Meffrs. Sampibn Howe, Ezra Hutchins. 
Lebanon, Meffrs. Afahel Clark, Daniel Tilden. 
Mansfeld, Meffrs. Daniel Crocker, Fred. Freeman. 
Plainfield, Meffrs. Wm. Pierce, Phineas Pierce. 
Pomfret, Meffrs, Ebenezer King&ury, Lemuel Ingob. 
Sterling, Mr. Anthony Brown. 
Thomyjon; Miv Thaddeus Lamed. 
Yohmtown, Mr. Samuel Robbins. 
Woolftock, Meffrs. John Fox, John M'Clelian. 
Litchfield-, Meffrs. John Allen, Ephraim Kirby. 
Bethlehem, Mr. David" Bellamy. 
Canaan, Meffrs. Charles Burral, jun. John Watfon. 
Cornwall, Meffrs. John Sedgwick, Ebenezer Jackfon. 
Gofien, Meffrs. Adino Hale, Samuel Hopkins. 
Harwhiton, Meffrs. Jofiah Phelps, Abner Wilfon. 
Hartland, Meffrs. Uriel Hdlmes, Ifrael Williams; 
Kent, Mr. Jofeph Pratt. 

New- Hartford, Meffrs. Seth Spencer, John Hend4rA&« 
Ne^Mflford, ~M?i^f . -jfefiah Starr, Noble m m , i ■ 



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Norfolk, Mefc. Gibs ^ettisqne, Nathaniel Stephens* J 
Salisbury, Mc-iTr?. Jofhua .Porte r,. Kez. Fitch, 
S:.:ro7i, MeliVs. David Down;, Ifaac Par J/. 
Southbury, Mr. Jc2x Hininan. 

Torringion, M^ffrs'. Eliiria Smith, William Battb. \ 
Warren, Mr. Joan Tallmadge%, 

Wajhington, Mcilrs. D.*N. Brinfmade, Peter Sherman* 
Watertoun, Mejjfcs. Aiier Bradiev, JoiephA. Wright. 
W:,icheftcr, Mr. .Robert M'Cuns, 
Woodbury, MeiTrs. Nathaniel Smith, Samuel .Orton. 
.Middleto.wn, Mr. Elijah Hubbard. 

Mr. Samuel W. Dana, chef en Clerk. 
Qhatbam, MelTrs. Hezekiah Goodrich, Joieph Sage. 
Eaft T Haddii7?z, MeiTrs. E. Champion, Ifaac Spencer, jr. 
Haddam, MeiTrs. Edward Selden, Ezra Brainard. 
Killingivorth, MeiTrs. Jofeph Wilcox, 2d. Ab. Pierfoiio 
Saybrook, MeiTrs* Wm. Hart, Jonathan Lay. 
Tolland, MeiTrs. Samuel Ladd, Daniel Edgerton* 
Bolton y MeiTrs. Saul Alyord, Samuel Carver. 
Coventry, MeiTrs. John Hale, Eleazer Pomeroy. 
Ellington, Mr. Matthew Hyde. 
Hebron, MeiTrs. Sylvefter Gilbert, Elijah Houfe. 
Somers, MeiTrs. Reuben Sikes, Joihua Pomeroy. 
Stafford, MeiTrs. John Phelps, JelTe Cady. 
Union, Mr. Samuel Crawford. 
Willington^ MeiTrs. John Jofcnfon, Eliiha Johnfon. 

Representatives in October Session, 1795% 

Hartford, lYiRi William Mofeley, 

Mr. Thomas Y. Seymour. 
Berlin, MeiTrs. SelahHart, Gad Stanley. 
Brfftol, Mr. Zebulon Peck. 
Raft-Hartford, MeiTrs. Jon. Welles, Shubael Grifwold* 
Eaft-Windfor, MeiTrs. Caleb Booth, Daniel Rockwell* 
Enfield, MeiTrs. Eliphalet Terry, Daniel Perkins. 
Farmington, MeiTrs. John.Mix, Noadiah Hooker* 
Glaftenbury, MeiTrs. Eliiha Hale, John Hale. 
Granby, MeiTrs. Pliny Hillyer, James Huggins. . 
$Qutbington % Meifrs. Elizur Andrews, Samuel Hart* ] 



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\4c\L Meffrs. Samuel Hale, Gideon Granger, J un. 
\bnshurj, Meffrs. Noah Phelps, Dudley Pettibone. 
Vethersfield, Meffrs. Ezekiel P. Belden, Samuel W. 

Williams. ' m;r 

Vindfor, Meffrs. Henry Allen, Oliver Mather. 
Jew-Haven, Mr. David Daggett, chofen Speaker. 

Mr. Elizur Goodrich. 
\ranford, Meffrs. Timothy Hoadley, James Barker. 
\lhejhire, Meffrs. Rufus Hitchcock, Andrew Hull, jr. 
Derby, Meffrs. Thomas Clark, Daniel Holbrook. 
Durham, Meflrs. Simeon Parfons, Daniel Parmele. 
Baft-Haven, Mr. Samuel Davenport. 
builford, Meffrs. Auguftus Collins, Wm. Brown. 
Uarnden, Mr. Samuel Bellamy. 
\Milford, MeifrV William Cogfliall, 

• - Abraham Van Home De Witt. 
fiforth-Haven, Mr. Jofeph Pierpont. 
Wallingford, Meffrs. Caleb Atwater, Dan Collins. 
Waterbury, Meffrs. Jofeph Hopkins, Aaron Benedict 
Woodbridge, Meffro. Samuel Ofborne, Roger Peck. 
^Few-London, Meffrs. Marvin Wait, Elias Perkins. 
\Norw:cb % Meffrs. Jofepii Williams, John Backus. 
\$ozrab, Mr. Elias" Weft. 
Cokhefter, Meffrs. Henry Champion, 2d, 

John R. Watrous. 
\Vra?tklbi, Mr. Silas Hartfhorne. 
Grototty Meffrs. Thomas Avery, Benadam Gallup, jr. 
Lisbon, Mr. Levi Perkins. 

Lyme, Meffrs. Matthew Grifwold, jr. David F. Srlf. 
Mfjni-vrlle, Mr. Jofhua Raymond. 
Pftfton, Meffrs. Samuel Mo tt, Nathaniel Lord. 
Stoningtor;, Mejffrs. Amos Palmer, Ifaac Williams, 2d. 
Fairfield, Meffrs. Lewis B. Sturges, David Burr. 
Banbury } Meffrs. Timothy Taylor, KUac Ives. 
B r ookfi eld 7 _ Mr. Preferve Wood. 
Greenwich, Meffrs. William Knap, Amos Meat'i. 
Huntington, Meffrs. Ebenezer Beach, Agur Judibn. 
Nc-w-Ftiirficii, Meffrs. James Potter, James ScofakL 
ffietytowfy Meffrs. William Edm03jd 3 tbofcr, QUn % 

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Nor.-u<a!k, MefTrs. Eliph. Lockwood, Sam.Comftoxk 

Reading, MeiTrs. William Heron, Andrew L. Hill. 

Ki,dgfteld, MefTrs. Joflvua King, W~m.. Forrefter. 

Stamford, MefTrs. John Davenport, George JVXiils. 

Stratford, MefTrs-. J. II. Tqmiinfon, John Thompfoa 

Weft on,. Mr. Samuel B. Sherwood. 

Windham, MeiTrs. Tim. Larabee, Shubael Abbee. 

AJhford, MefTrs. Samuel Spring, Jofiah Boyle s; 

Brooklyn, Mr. Ebenezer Scarborough, 

Canterbury, MefTrs. Mofes Cleveland, Daniel Froft; 

}lamptQTi, ]VJr. Ebenezer Mofeley. 
Killingly,. MefTrs. SampTon Howe, Ezra Hutchins, 
Lebanon, MefTrs. Daniel Tilden, Peleg Thomas. \ . 
Mansfidd, MefTrs. Daniel Crocker, Fred. Freeman. 
Plaiiiftdd, MefTrs. Stephen Hall, jr. Calt^nGoddard* 
Pomfret, Meffr.s. Eben. Kingfbury, Lemuel Ingols. 
Sterling, Mr. Archibald Gordon. 
Thompfon, Mr. Henry Learned. 
Voluntoivn, ' Mr. Samuel Robbins. 
Woodftpck, MefTrs. Elijah Williams, Eben. Smith. 
Lit,ghfi£ld, MefTrs, Bezaleel Beebe, Mofes Seymoi 
Bethlehem, Mr. David Bellamy. 
Canaan, MefTrs. John Adam, Jonathan Burrall. 
Corn-wall, MefTrs. Ifaac Swift, Samuel Wadfworth. 
Gojhcn, MeiTrs. Adino Hale, Samuel Hopkins. 
Harrington, MefTrs. Daniel Catlin ? Jofiah Phelps. 
'Hart land, MefTrs. Uriel Holmes, Eleazer Enfign. 
Kent. Mr. Jofeph Pratt. 

JWew-Hartford, MefTrs. S. Spencer, J. Henderfon. 
New-Milford, MefTrs. Jofiah Starr, Elifha Boihvic^. 
Norfolk, MefTrs. Giles Pettibone, Nathaniel Stevens 
Plymouth, Mr. David Smith. 
Salisbury, MeiTrs. Jolhua Porter, Samuel Lee. 
Sharon, MefTrs. Samuel Cauiield, Enoch Pierfom 
Soidhbury, Mr. Benjamin Stiles, jun. 
Torringlon, MefTrs. Elifha Smith", Wm. Battle. 
V/arrcn, Mr. John Talimadge. 
IVajhingion, Meflrs. pairiel N. Brinfmade, 

David Whittlefey. 
VftUhQmih >Sr« T£6sb&5 Fenn. 



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rinchcfter, Mr. Reman Smith. 

toodbury, Meffrs. Nathan. Prefton, Samuel Ortom 

Iiddletown, Meffrs. Elijah Hubbard, 

Samuel \V. Dana, chofen Clerk* 

l.iddam 9 Me ffrs. Edward Selden, Daniel Brainard. 

haiham, Meffrs. Hezekiah Goodrich, James Bill. 

laft-Haddam, Meflrs. Epaphroditus Champion, 
Jonathan O. Mofeley. 

filing-worth, Meflrs. Abraham Pierfon, Job Wright- 

'ayirook,. Meflrs. Jonathan Lay, Wm. Hart. 
Tolland, Meflrs. Daniel Edgerton, SamueJ Ladel. 
Bolton, Meffrs. Ichabod Warner, Ezekiel Okott. 

'ovcntry, MefTrs. Jere. Ripley, Eleazer Pomeroy. 
Ellington, Mr. Matthew Hyde. 
Hebron, Meifrs. Sylveffer Gilbert,;Joel Jones. 
Somers, Meflrs. Reuben Sykes, Abiel Peafe. 
Stafford, Meflrs. John Phelps, Jeffe Gady. 
Union, Mr. Samuel Crawford. 

'illington, MefTrs. John Johnfon, Noah Pomeroy. 

JUDICIAL and CIVIL DEPARTMENTS. 

JUDGES of the SUPERIOR COURT. 

Hon. Andrew Adams, efq. Chief Judge, 
Hon. Jeffe Root, efq. I Hon. Benj. Huntington, efq. 
Hon. Jona. Sturges, efq. j Hon. Steph, M. Mitchel, efq'. 

George Pitkin, efq. (of Eaft-Hartford,) clerk. 
George Pitkin, jr. efq. (of E, Hartford,) Afiifl. Clerk. 

COUNTY or HA R TFORD, 

C O U N T Y. C Q U R T. 
Hon. John Treadweli, efq. Chief judge. 
Hon; Tho's Seymour, efq. | Hon. Roger Newbury, efq. 
Hon. John Chefter, efq. ] Heze?h Biffell, efq. 
George Wyllys, efq. Treasurer and Clerk. 
Justices of the Peace., 
HERTFORD. j John Lawrence, 

George Wyllys, J Noah We&ttr, 



Jonathan Bull, 
Samuel Wyllys, 
Ralph Pomeroy, 
"William N*ofeley, 
John Trumbull, 
Nathan H. Whiting, 
Thomas y. Seymour, 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
William Imlay, eftfrs. 

BERLIN. 
Selah Hart, 
Ifaac Lee, 
Gad Stanley, 
Solomon Dunham, 
Amos Hosford, efq'rs* 

BRISTOL. 
Simeon Hart, 
Zebulon Peck, Jun. 
Jofeph Byington, efq'rs. 
EAST-HARTFORD. 
George Pitkin, 
Jonathan Welles, 
Elifha Pitkin, 
Aihbel Pitkin, 
Richard Pitkin, 
Timothy Cheney, 
Samuel Fl'agg, e:Vrs» 

ENFIELD. 
Eliphalet Terry, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
John Reynolds, efq'rs. 
EAST-WINDSOR. 
William Wolcott, 
Frederick Ellfworth, 
Eraftus Wolcott, 
Rofweli Grant, efq'rs. 

FARMINGTON. 
Ichabod Norton, 
William Judc!, 
. Noadiah Hookey . . 



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John Mi??, 

Time. Pitkin, jun. efq'r 

GLASTENBUM. 
Jofiah Hale, 
Philips Selew, 
Elizur Hale, efq'rs, 

GRANBY. 
Afael Holcomb, 
Ozias Pettibone, 
Judah Holcomb, jun* 
Pliny Hillyer, 
Andrew Hillyer, 
Jofeph Farword, 
Hez'h Holcomb, efq'rs 

SVFFIELD. . 
Gideon Granger, 
Thaddeus Leave tt^ 
Amos Granger, 
Oliver Phelps, , 
Afael Hathaway, 
Samuel Hale, efq'rs. 
SOUTHINGTON. 
John Curtis, 
Timothy Clark, 
Mark Harrifon, efq'rs, 

SIMSBURY* 
Daniel Humphreys, 
Noah Phelps, 
Dudley Pettibone, 
Reuben Humphreys, efq's. 

WETHERSFIELD. 
Charles Churchill ; 
Samuel W. Williams, 
Jofeph Bulkley, elq'rs. 

IVINDSOR. 
Hon. Oliver Elfworth, 
Henry Allen, 
Solomon .Grifwold, 
Oliver Mather, . 



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Abiel GrifwoM, | Jofiah BinelV efq'rs* 

Thomas Y. Seymour, efq. fate att$) 

Practising- Attornks. 



tiARTFQ'RD. 
Chauncey Goodrich, 
William Mofeley, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Ephraim Root, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Theodore Dwight, 
Walter Edwards, efq'rs. 

BERLIN. 
Elkanah Smith, efq. 

ENFIELD, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Kibbee, efq'rs. 

FARMINGTQN. 
William Judd, # 
Time. Pitkin, jun. efq'rs 



GLASTbNBVRr. 
, Jofeph Backus, 
David Parmeiee> 
Ze phani. H. Smith, efqfr* 

SQUTHINGTON, 
Roger Whittlefey, efq. 

SUFFIELD.^ 
Gideon Granger, jun. 
Hez ; h Huntington, efq'rs; 

SIMSBVRT. 
Willi&Jtt Wiliiilou, efq. 

WETEERSFI'KLD. 
Thomas Chefter, 
John Williams, .efq'rs, 

V?JNDSbR.. 
Alexand. Woicott, efq'rs; 
Wetherifiett, {ker\i£. 



Stephen Chefter, efq. 
Deputy Jberiffs. John Docld, Simon Clark 7 Hartford. 
Nathan Merrow, Eafi-liartford> Nathaniel Chandler,. 
Enfield. Rorhaatha Norton, Farmir.gton. Oliver Han- 
chetr, Suffiejet. David Phelps, Noah A.. Phelps, Sims- 
bury.- w illiam Ruffell., Simeon Grifwokl, George Woi- 
cott, Wind/or. 'Jonathan Janes, .Hartford^ goakr. 

COUNTY of NEW-HAVEN. 



COUNTY COURT. 



Samuel Bifhop, eiq. Chief Judge. 
Jofeph Hopkins, efq. j Gideon Buckingham, efq. 

Andrew Ward, efq. | ; Simeon Briitol, efq. 

Abraham Bilhop, efq. Treasurer and Clerk. , 

Justices of the Peace. 
NEW-HAVEN. | David Aiutin, 

Samuel £ifhop ? j Timothy jor.es., 

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Henry Daggett, 
Stephen Ball, 
Jofeph Darling, 
Jofepn Bradley, 
Dyer White, 
Nehemiah Smith, 
Slizur Goodrich, 
David Daggett, efq'rs. 

BRANFORD. 
Edward Ruflell, 
Ebenezer Ruifell, 
Jonah Clark, 
John Ruflell, efq*rs. 

CHESHIRE. 
Samuel Beech, 
John Peck, 
Reuben Atwater, 
Andrew Hull, efq'rs. 

DERBY, 
EHphalet Hotchkifs, 
Thomas Clark, 
John Humphreys, 
Levi Tomiinfon, 
Webb Tomiinfon, efq'rs. 

DURHAM. 
Simeon Parfons, 
Dan Parmelee, efq'rs. 

EAST-HAVEN. 
Jofiah Bradley, 
Samuel Davenport, efq'rs, 

^ HAMDEN. 
Bazil Munfon, 
John Hubbard, efq'rs. 

Hon. Jonathan Ingerfol, efq. fiate attorney 
Practising Attornies. 
NEW- HAVEN. Elizur , Goodrich, 

Pierpont Edwards, David Daggett, 

James Htllhoufe, Simeon Baldwin, 

W^ltfUB Hillhoute, • > Dyer White, 1 * 



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GUILFOR&. 
Auguftus Collins, 
Thomas Burgifs, jua, 
Elias^ Graves, 
William Starr, 
Miles Munger, 
Jonathan Todd, 
Henry Hill, 
Ab'm Chittenden, jr. efq's. 

MILFORD. 
Ephraim Strong, 
Lewis Mallet, 
Stephen Gunn, 
Ab'm V. H, Dewitt, efq's. 

north-haven: 

Thomas Mansfield, 
Jofeph Pierpont, 
Samuel Mix, efq'rs. 

WALLINGFQRD. 
Oliver Stanley, 
Caleb Cook, 
Samuel Whiting, 
Brenton Hall, 
Eliakim Hall, 
John M'Cleave, 
Samuel Woodruff, efq'rs. 

JVATERBVRY. 
John We It on, 
Thomas Porter, 
John Lewis, jun. 
Ethel Brunfon, efq'rs. 

WOODBRIDGE. 
David French, 
Thomas Darling, efq'rs* 



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GUILFORD. 

Nathaniel RofTeter, 
William Brown, efq'rs. 

V/ALLINGFORD. 
Samuel Woodruff, 
I JeHe ' Atwater, efq'rs. 

WATERBVRX. 
John Kingfbury, efq. 



[faac JVfilk, 
Elofwell Judfon, 
Nathan Smith, 
John Goodrich, efq'rs. 

CHESHIRE. 
George Hall, 
iSamuel A. Law, efq'rs 

DERBY. 
Jefle Beech, efq. 

Jehu Brainerd, efq. Jheriff. 
Deputy Jheriffs. John R. Throop, New-Haven. Sel- 
den Spencer, Chejkire. Hezekiah Clark, Huntington. 
Ambrofe Cook, Wallingford. 

Jofeph Peck, New-Haven f goaler. 

COUNTY of NEW- LONDON, 



COUNTY COURT. 



Hon. William Hillhoufe, efq. Chief Judge. 
William Noyes, efq. II Benjamin Coit, efq.' 

Charles Phelps, efq. \ Marvin Wait, efq. 

William Noyes, efq. Treafurer. 
Winthrop Saltonftall, efq. Clerk. 

Justices of the Peace. 



NEW-LONDON. 
Timothy Green, 
Jofhua Coit, 
Grifwold Avery, 
Jofeph Harris, 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
George Williams, 
Jonathan £tarr, efq'rs. 

NORWICH. 
Elijah Backus, 
Chriftopher Leffingwell, 
Samuel Tracy, 
Rufus Lathrop, 
Annuel LeJEngwell, 



Jonathan Huntington, 

John M'Breed, 

Andrew Tracy, 

Benja. Huntington, jui*» 

Andrew Huntington, 

Elifha Hyde, 

Afa Spalding, efq'rs. 

BOZRAfL 
Nehemiah Waterman, jr. 
Benjamin Throop,. efq'rs. 

COLCHESTER. 
Daniel Foot, 
John Wafcrous, 
David Ki&urn, 



C 3 
Henry Champion, jun. 

Eliphalet Bui'-wey, 

JEbenezer Lathrop, 

Joel Foot, efq'rs. 

FRANKLtN. 
Eli Hyde, 
Silas Hartfliorne, efq'rs. 

,GROTON. 
Ebenezer Ledyard, 
Thomas N. "Niles, 
Amos Geer, 
Thomas Avery, 
Stephen Billings, 
Charles Eldredge, 
Simeon Avery, efq'rs. 

LISBON. 
John Perkins, 
Ezra Bifhop, efq'rs. 

LYME. 
Ezra Selden, 
Richard Wait, 
Andrew Grifwold, 
SethEly, 

Hon. Jofhua Coit, 

Pil AC TI SING 

NEW-LONDON. 
Jeremiah G. Brainard, 
Elias 'Perkins, 
Matthew Grifwold, _ 
Lyman Law, efq'rs. 

NORWICH. 
A fa Spalding, "" 
Jonathan Frifbie, 
Elifna Hyde, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Samuel Huntington, 3d. 
William S. Hart, . 
James Lanman, efq^rs. 

COLCHESTER. 
William Townfend, 
Zachariah Olnaftsd, 



2 ) 

Matthew Grifwold , jun. 
David F. Sill, 
Mofes Warren, jun. efq'rs 

MONTVILLE. 
John G. Hilihoufe, 
Jofhua Raymond^ efq'rs* 

PRESTON, j 
Samuel Mott, 
John Tyler, 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
Elias Brown, 
Daniel Morgan, jun. 
Nathaniel Lord, 
Oliver Grary, 
Ifaac Avery, efq'rs. 
STONINGTQN. 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Jonathan Palmer, jun. 
Jofhua Babcock. 
Elijah Palmer, 
Latham Hull, 
Sanford Billings, efq'rs. 
efq. ft ate attorney. 
Attornies. 
Benj. Trumbull, efq'rs. 

GROTON. 
Elifha Williams, efq. 

LYME. 
Matthew Grifwold, jun. 
Richard M'Curdy, 
David M. Jewett, efq'rs. 

PRESTON. 
Jeremiah Halfey, 
Nathan Peters, 
Luther Spalding, efq'rs* 

STONINGTON. 
Nathaniel Miner, 
Thomas. Butler, 
iCoddington Billings, efq's 



Joshua Huntington, jfq. Norwich, fixriff. 

Deputy Jbjrifs. William Richards, New- London. Ee- 
la Peck, Norwich. §olomon Scovel, Colcheftcr. Lem- 
uel Lee , Lyme. William "^illiams, jun. Stonington. 

Coaler i. Ebenezer Douglkfs, New-London. Seth Mi- 
ner, Norwich. 

COUNTY o f*F AIRFIELD, 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. Jofeph P. Cook, efq. Chief Judge. 

Lemuel Sanford, efq. j Hon, Ja's Davenport, efq. 

P. B. Bradley, efq. | Samuel W» johnfon,' efq. 

Hon. Jonathan Sturis, efq. Treafurer, 

David Burr, efq. Clerk. 



JUSTICES OF 

FAIRFIELD. 
Andrew Rowland, 
Jofeph Strong, 
Jofeph Noyesj 
David Allen., 
George Burr, 
Ebenezer jeifup, 
Walter Bradley, 
Lewis B. Sturges, efq'rs. 

DANBVRX. 
Eliiha Whittlefey, 
Eli Mygatt, 
Thomas Taylor, efq'rs. 

BROOKFIELD. 
Henry "Peck, 
Jofeph Smith, 
Amos' Wheeler, ; 
Daniel B. Cook, efq'rs. 

GREEtifrlCH. 
Amos Mead, 
Jabez. Fitch, ^ 

John M'Kay, 



the Peace. 

Benjamin Mead, efq'rs, 

. HUNTINGTON. 
Eliflia Mills, 
Agur Judfbn, 
Ebenezer Beech, 
Diodate Silliman, efq'rs* 

NQRWALK. 
Thaddeus Betts, 
Jofeph Silliman, 
Eliphalet Lockwood, 
jofeph Bart ram, 
Matthew Mead, efq'rs. 
. NEW-F AIRFIELD. 
James Potter, 
Dan Towner, 
Neheraiah Bradley, efq'rs, 

NEWTOWN. 
William Edmond, 
jabez Botsford^ 
David Baldwin, efq'rs* 

READING. 
I Andrew L. Hill, 



Abijah Sterling, 

AbPm Brinfrnade, efq'rs. 

RIDGF1ELD. 
John Burdick, 
Daniel Cooley, 
Jo&ua King, 
William Forrefter, efq'rs 

STAMFORD. 
John Davenport, jun. 
Charles Webb, ' 
Reuben Scoiield, 
David Maltby, efq'rs, 



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' STRATFORD. 



Daniel Judfon, 
Robert Walker, 
Abijah M'Ewen, 
Jabez H. Tomlinfon, 
Daniel Fairchild, 
Thaddejis Benedift, 
Philip Nicols, efq'rs. 

WESTON. 
John Sterwood, 
Sam'l B Sherwood, efq'rs. 



Andrew Rowland, efq. ftate attorney. 
Practising Attornies. 



: F4IR FIELD. 
David Burr, jun. 
JbfephNoyes, 
Lewis B. Siurgefs,. 
Samuel Rowland, efq'rs. 

DANBURT. 
Elifha Whittlefey, 
Mat. B. Whittlefey, efq'rs. 

NEWTOWN. 
William Edmond, efq. 

NORWALK. 
Taylor Sherman, efq. 

Elijah Abel," efq. Sheriff. 
Deputy Jberiffs. JeiTe Benedict, Fairfield. Samue 
Wildman, jun. Danbury. Hezekiah Clark, Huntington-. 
David Beers, Newtown. Matthew Read, Norwalk.— 
Aaron Morehoufe, Reading. Stephen Bifhop, Stamford, 
Goalers. Jeffe Benedict, Fairfield. Frederick J . Whi 
ting, Danbury. mk 

COUNTY of WINDHAM. 



READING: . 

Seth S. Smith, 

Wm. H. Hawley, jr. efq'rs, 

STAMFORD. 
John Davenport, jr. efq. 

STRATFORD. 

Thaddeus Benedict, 
Jofeph Walker, efq'rs. 

WESTON. 

Samuel B. Sherwood, efq, 



COUNTY COURT. 

Hon. William Williams, efq. Chief Judge. 
Ebenezer Devotion, efq. J Conftant Southworth, efq. 



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Hon. Th'-s Grofvenor, efq. | James Gordon, efq. 
James Gordon, efq. Treasurer. 
Samuel Gray, efq. Clerk. 
Justices of the Peace. 



WINDHAM, 
Hon. Eliphalet Dyer, 
Hezekiah Manning, 
Hezekiah Ripley, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
Timothy Larrabee, 
Samuel Gray, 
Jabez Clark, efq'rs. 
ASHFORP. 
Simeon Smith, 
Abel Simons, jun. 
Samuel Spring, efo/rs. 

BROOKLYN. 
Jofeph Baker, 
Jofeph Scarborough, 
James Eldredge, efq'rs. 

CANTERBURY. 
Sherebiah Butts, 
Daniel Froft, 
Elifhub Adams, 
Mpfes Cleveland, 
Eiima Paine, 
Luther Paine, 
Alexander Gordon, efq'rs. 

HAMPTON. 
Ebenezer Mofeley, 
Ifaac Behnet, efq'rs. 

KILLING LT. 
Samfon Howe, 
Eleazer Moffatt, 
James Denifon, 
Ezra Hut chins, efq'rs,, 

' LEBANON. 
Jonathan Trumbull, 
John Ciark, 
Jajur* Paxeo^ 



Elkanah Tifdale, 
Peleg T nomas, 
Jeremiah Mafon, 
Daniel Tilden, efq'rs. 
MANSFIELD. 
•John Salter, 
Experience Storrs, 
Frederick Freeman, 
Jonas'Baley, 
JefTe Williams* efq'rs. 

PLAIN FIELD. 
William Dixon, 
Andrew Backus, 
John Douglafs, 
Jofhua Dunlap, 
Anthony Bradford, 
Calvin Goddard, efq'rs. 

POM FRET. 
Samuel Ingols, 
Ebenezer Kingfbury, 
Lemuel Grofvenor, eiq'rs. 

STERLING. 
Lemuel Dorrance, efq. 

THOMPSON. 
Jafon Phips, 
Thomas Dykes, 
Tbaddeus Learned, , 
Ezra Hutching, efq'rs. 

VOLUNTOWN* 
Allen Campbell, 
Jofeph Wylie, 
]ohn'Gaflcn, 
Benjamin £ow, efq'rs, 

FPOODSTQUC. . 
|Ettfea Child, 

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L 



JedidiahMorfe, 

Nathaniel Marcy, 

John M'Clellaa, \ 

Timp.tfry Larrabee, efq. ftate attorney 

PRACTISING ATTORNIES. 

WINDHAM. 
Jabez Clark, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
Samuel Perkins, 
Lebbeus Larrabee, efq'rs 

ASHFORD. 
William PfjrkinS, 
Hendrick Dow, efq'rs« 

BROOKLYN. 



. Nehemlah Child, 
I John Fox, eify'rs. 



Eliiha Paine, efq'rs. 
LEBANON. 



John Pariih, efq. 
tANT&RBURY. 



Ebenezef Dutton, jr. efc 

PLAINFJELD. 
William Dixon, 
Calvin Goddard, efq'rs* 

POMFRET. 

Sylvanus Backus, efq. 

WOODSTOCK. 



tf. 



Mofes Cleveland, | John M*C!ellan, efq. 

Shubael Abbee, Windham, jheriff. 
Deputy Jher/fs. Henry Webb* ' Windham, jofep 
Burnham, AJbford. Walter Hough, Canterbury. Eles 
zer rConant, Mansfield. Phineas Pierce, 'Plainfich 
James M'Clellan, Woodftock. 

Frederick Larabee, Windham, goaJen 

COUNTY op LITCHFIELD, 



C O U N T'-Y C O V R T. 



Jofhua Porter, efq. Chief Judge. 
Hon. Iceman Swift, efq. , J Nathan Hale, efq. 
Hon. Aaron Anflin, efq. | David Smith, efq. 

Reuben Smith, efq. Treafnrer. 

Frederick Wolcott, efq. £lcrk. 

Justices of ths Peace; 



LITCHFIELD. 
Itec Baldwin, 
'Cupping Reeve, 
James Morris, 
Uriah Tracy, 



John Welch, efo/rs. 

BAJRKJUEMPSTED. 
Jpfej^h Wilder, 
Ifaac Jones, jnn. 
Samuel Hayden, cfq'rs. 



BETHLEHEM. 
Oliver Parmelee, 
David Ambler, 
David Bellamy, efq'rs. 

'CANAAN. 
Charles Burrall, 
Samuel Forbes, efq'rs. 

COL&BROOK. 
Elijah Rockwell, efq. 

CORNWALL. 

John Pierce, * 

edidiah Kellogg, 
Edward Rogers, efq'rs. 

&&SMEN.. 
Afaph Hall, 
Adino Hale,, efq'rs* 
HARTLAND. 
Eleazer Enfign, 
Uriel Holmes, efq'rs. 
HARRINGTON. 
>Mark Prindle, 
baniel Catlin, efq'rs* 

KENT. 
Jetftro Hktch, 
Jedjdiah HubbeJ, 

F r ohn Elliot, efq'rs. 
NEW-HARTFGRD. 
eth Spencer, efq* 
NEW-MILFti&D. 
Sherman Boardman, 
Daniel Everett^ 
Jofiah Starr, 
Nicholas S. .Matters, 
Reuben Warner, efq'rs, 

NOKFQLK. ' 
Giles Hettiixme, 
Alahel Humphrey, efq'rs. ' 



07 ) 

PLYMOUTH. 
Daniel Patter, efq. 

.SHAK0N.- 
! David Dowries, 
I Ifaac Pardee, 
» Auguftns Tavlor, efq'n>. 

S0UT&BURY. 
Benjamin Hinmaiv, 
! Edward Hinman, 
ljuftus Johnfon, 
Benjamin Stiles, jr. efu'rs* 

SALISBURY. 
j Lot Norton, 
"Adonijah Strong, 
j Samuel Lee, ^ 
! John AVhittlefey7 efq'rs. 

TORRINGTON. 
! Epaphrodkus Shelden, 
! Shubael Grifv/old, 
!Elifha Smith, efq'rs. 
WASHINGTON. 
iDaniel N. Brinfmade, 
iDavid Whittle-fey, 
David Judfon, efq'rs. 
WINCHESTER, 
Eliphaz, Alvord, efq. 

WARREN. 
Juftus Sacket, 
Nathaniel Swift, 
John Taftmadge, efq'rs, 
WATERTOWN. \ 
-Triomas^Fenri, 
Eli "Curtis, efq'rs. 

woomuAY. 

-Daniel Sherman, 
Hezekiati Thbmpfon, 
Nathan Prefton, 
Curtis Hurd, Pfcgrs. 
D 



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lion. Uriah Tracy, efq, ftjtc attorney. 
Practising Attorniei. 



LITCHFIELD. 
Tapping Reeve, 
Iiaac Baldwin, jun. 
Ephraim Kirb) , 
Uriel Holmes, 
Daniel \V. Lewis, 
Frederick Wolcott, 
Aaron Smith, 
Roger Skinner, efq'rs. 

CANAAN. 
John Elmer, efq. 

KENT. 
Barzillai SJawfon, efq. 

NORFOLK. 
Edmpnd Akins, 
Auguft. Pettibone, efq'rs. 

NEW-HARTFORD. 
Jofhua Henfhaw, efq. 

NEW-MILFORD. 
Daniel Everitt, 
Samuel Boftwick, 



Nicholas S. Matters, 
Philo Ruggtes, efq'rs. 

SOVTHBVRY. 
Benjamin Stiles, jan. 
Simeon Hinman, efq'rs. 

SHARON. 
Judfon Canfield, 
John C. Smith, efq'rs. 

SALISBURY. 
Adonijah Strong, 
Jofepli Canfield, 2d. 
Eliiha Sterling efq'rs. 

WATERTQWN. 
EH Curtlsj efq. 

WASHINGTON. 
Daniel N. Brinfinade, 
William Cogfwell, efq'rs. 

WOODBURY. 
Nathan Prefton, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Noah B. Benedict, efq'rs. 



Lynde Lord, efq. Jheriff. t 
Deputy fherijfs. Ozias Lewis, Litchfieki. Amos Clark, 
Bethlehem: Frederick Phelps, Har-aifigtbn. Samuel- 
Comttock, jun. New-Mi (ford. , Qiles Pettibone, jun. 
Korfclh. Timothy Chittenden, jun. Salisbury 
♦ Elijah Wadfworth, goaler. 

COUNTY op MIDt>L,ESEX. 
COUNTY COURT. 



John Dickinfon, efq. Chief Judge. 
^benezer White efq. | Jabez Chapman, efq. 

J'iezekiah Lane, efq. . | JonatJia^Lay,. e%. 
Jonathan Lay, efq. Treafurer. 

Stephen Titus Hofiner, sfq. Clerk. 



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Justices of 

MtDQLETOirN. 
Hon. Afher Miller, 
Matthew Talcott, 
Comfort Sage, 
Ifaac Miller, 
Elijaji Hubbard, 
Samuel W. Dana, 
Amos Churchill, 
Ifaac Grid fey, 
Chauncy N^'hittlcfer, 
Step'n T. Hofiner, elq'rs. 

CHATHAM. 
Bryan Parmele, 
HezejuaU Goodrich, 
Chauncy Bulkley, 
James Bill, 
Daa'l Shepherd, jr. efq'rs. 

*E AST-HAD DAM, 
Timothy Gates, 
Ifrael Spencer, 
John Percival, 
Ifaac Spencer, jun» 
iUiphaiet Holme:;, 

Samuel W. Dana, 
"' - Practising 

MIDDLETOWN. 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
Matthew T- RuffeH, 
E'ch Huntington, jr.efq's 

EAST-HADDAM. 
Jonathan O. Mofeley, 



THE VE ACE. 

Jona. O. Mofejev, efq'rs. 

HADDAM. 
Hezekiah Brainard, 
Nehemiah Brainard, 
Cornelius Hi^ginr,, 
Ezra Brainard, 
Edward Selden, efq'ns. 
KILLINGIVOK.TH. 
George Elliott, 
Job Wright, 
Abraham Pieribn, 
M it in Lord, 
\V illiam Morgan, 
Jofeph Wilcox, 2d. 
Bezaleel Briftol, efq'rs. 

SAfBROOK. 
William Hart, 
Timothy Starker, 
jedidiah Chapman, 
Samuel Tully, 
Thomas Silliman, 
Samuel Hart, 
John Bui!, efq'rs. 
efq. ftat-e attorney, 
Attorntes* 
Jared W. Spencer, efq'rs 

KILLINGWQRTH* 
Noah Lefter, efq. 

SAX BROOK. ' 
David Wright, efq. 



Enoch Parfons, efq. jbcrijf. 

Deputy ficriffs. William Geiftcr, E.ifl-Ktdlwi.— 
Lemuel Lee, Lyme. Danforth Clark, Saybrook. 

Gmlcrs. ■ ■ ' ■ -■ > Middlethi-tu William 

Smith, lUddam. • ■ • , 



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COUNTY or TOLLAND, 



COUNTY CO U R T. 

Samuel Gilbert, efq. Chief Judge* 
Jeremiah Rrpley, efq. ' 1 Jeremiah Weft, efq. 
Reuben Sikes, efq. i| Jeife Cady, efq. 

Ephraim Grant, jr. efq. Treafuret and Clerk. 
Justices of the Peace. 

HEBRON 



TOLLAND. 

-Samuel Chapman, 
Samuel Whittlefey, efq'rs 

BOLTON* 
Samuel Carver, 
IchaUod Warner, 
Oliver King, efo/rs. 

COVENTRY. 
Ephraim Kingfnury, 
Benajaji Sterry, 
John Kale, 
Abraham Burnap, efq'rs. 

ELLINGTON 
Daniel Eifworth, 
Matthew .Hyde, 
Levi Wells, efq'rs. 



Elijah Kellogg, 
Elihu Marvin, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
Benjamin Euell, 
Timothy D ut ton, 
Jofeph Barker, efq'rs. 

SOMERS. 
Jeffe Lad, 
Thomas Pitkin, efq'rs r 

STAFFORD. 
John Phelps, efq. 

UNION. 
Solomon Wales, 
John SeiHons, efq'rjr, 

WlLLHsGTON. 
Samuel Dunton, 
JElifna Johnfon, efq'rs. 



Sylvefler Gilbert, ft ate attorney. 
Practising Attornies. 



TOLLAND. 
Samuel Whittlefey, 
Jonathan. Barns, ! 
William Cobb, eiq'rs 

HEBRON. 
Elijah L. Lathrop, 



John T. Peters, 
David Phelps, 
Benjamin Eiffel, 
Geo. O. Gilbert, efq^rs. 

STAFFORD. 
EleazerW. Phelps, efq. 



Elijah Chapman, jun. efq. JherijjT. 

Deputy foentfs. Demock, 'folkini. John Gilr 

fcert, li/Uro-ri. Jeife Con verfe, Stoford. 
f Jarvis Cutler, GoaUr. . 



( 4J ) 
COURTS of" PROBATE 

in the State of Connecticu 



T. 



Judges. D/ftr/cis. Clerks. 

Hartford. 

(Jonathan Bull, efq. Mr. James Weilc% 

New-Haven. 
lamncl Bifhop, efq. r Abraham Bifhop, efq. 

New-London. 
Hon. Win. HUlhoufe, efq. Matthew Grifwold, efq. 

Fairfield. 
Andrew Rowland, efq. Samuel Rowland, efq. • 

WlNDHAM. 

Hon. Win. Williams,* efq. Mr. Thomas Williams. 

.Litchfield. 
Hon. Oliver Wolcott, efq. Fred. Wolcott, efq. 

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John Dickinfon, efq. Mr. Bezalecl Fifk. 

Plainfield. 
James Gordon, efq. Mr. John Douglafs, jr. 

Guilford. 
Edward Ruflell, efq. ■ John -Elliot, efq. 

Woodbury. 
Nathan Preflon, efq. NoahB. Benedict, efq. 

Stamford. 
John Davenport, jun. efq. James Davenport, efq. 

D ANBURY. 

Hon. Jofeph P. Cook, efq. Mr. Jofeph P. Cook, jr. 

East-Haddam. 
Ifaac Spencer, efq. Jared W. Spencer, efq. 

Norwich. 
Andrew Huntington, efq. Mr. Jofeph Huntington. 

\ Pom fret. 

Hon. Tho's Grofvenor, efq. Lemuel Grofvenor, efq. 

Sharon. 
Jofhua Porter, efq. Mr. Peter B. Porter. 

Stafford. 

John Phelps, efq. Eleazcr W. Phelps, efq. 

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SlMSBURY- 

Noah Phelps, efq. Mr. Noah A. Phelps 

Stonikgton. 
Charles Phelps, efq. Mr. John Denifon, 3 

Farmington. 
Hon. John Treachvell, efq. Mr. Martin Bull, 

Wallingford. 
Oliver Stanley, efq. Mr. Hun Munfon. 

Saybrook. 
Hezekiah Lane, efq. Mr. Dan Lane. 

Stratford. 
Robert Walker, efq- Jofeph Walker, efq. 

East-Windsor. 
Eraftus Wolcott j efq. Mr. Arodi Wolcott. 

Waterbury. 
Jofeph Hopkins, efq. Mr. JefTc Hopkins. 

Norfolk. 
Giles Pettibone, efq. Afael Humphrey, efq 

New-Milford. 
paniel Eyeritt, efq. Nicholas £. Mafters, df 

Hebron. 
Sam^e) Gilbert, efq. Sylvcfter Gilbert, <?fq, 



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The following twenty Perfons were nominated by^fel 
Votes of the Freemen, "to ft and for Election as A 
fiftauts, in May -nest, as fent to October" Seflioi 
of Affembly, with the Number of Votes for each* 







Thomas Grofvenor., 2743 



Hfs Excellency Samuel Huntington,. Efq. 1366* 
Honorable Oliver Wolcott, Efq. 1125. 

William Williams, 2014* Thomas Seymour, 20 j 

Jofeph P. Cook, - 2589 Aaron Auftin, 26c 

William Hillhoufe, 2625 Jere. Wadfworth,. 27a 

John Treadwell, - 27 5& David Daggett,^ . l6<$ 

James Davenport, 2390 William EdmoAd, 153 

Roger Newberry, 2>£4: Jofen Allen, . 333 

Heman Swift, 3065 Marvifl Wa*t,_ 119 

Jonathan Ingerfoll,' 3043: Sarfiuel'.W.JDanaj 109 

Heiekism Biilell, 79 



Stephen M. Mitchei, 
Jonathan Brace, 
Sylvefter Gilbert, 
David Smith, 
Gideon Granger, j$r. 
Ephraim Kirby, 
Nathan Hale, 
Amafa Learned, 
Mofes Cleaveland, 
James Wadfworth, 
Simeon Baldwin, 
William Hart, 
William Mofeley, 
Stephen T. Hofmer, 
John Davenport, jr. 
Elijah Hubbard, 
Ebenezer Devotion, 
William Judd, 
Jere. G. Brain ard, 
Afa Spalding, 
Samuel W. Johnfon, 



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}86 

7*i 
748 
674 
620 
555 
452 
'4*5- 
412 
3B4 
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355 
338 
310 
276 
268 
256 
250 

237 
212 
203 



r 5. 

Elizur GoodricH, 
^Calvin Goddard, 
HenryChampion, 2d. 
Simeon. Briftbl, 
John Sedgwick, 
Shadrach Ofborn, 
Jeremiah Ripley, 
Nathan* Preiton, 
^Chauncey Goodrich, 
► Andrew Rowland, 
Lemuel Sanford, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Eliflia Hyde, 
Timothy Pitkin, jun. 
Abram Pierfon, 
Samuel Mott, 
Gideon Granger, 
Roger Grifwold, 
Jolhua Huntington, 
Latham Hull, 
CORitant Southworth, 



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15 
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A T T O R N I E « 

EMITTED AT TH£ CIRCUIT Cot'RT IN CoSfM*£T(gfeff« 



Pierpont Edwards, efq. 

John Allen, 

Simeon Baldwin, 

William Brown, 
I Jonathan Brace, 

Hezekiah Biflell, 

David Burr, 

Jofeph Backus, 

Jeremiah G. Brainard, 

Jabez Clark, 

Jofhua Coit, 
f Thomas Chefter, 

Judfon Canfield, 
i David Dagget, 

Naphtali Daggett, 

Theodore Dwight, 

Samuel W. Dana, 

John Davenport, jun. 

A. V. H. Dewitt, 

William Edmond, 

Jonathan Frifbie, 

Elizur Goodrich, 

Chauncey Goodrich, 

Sylvefter Gilbert, 

Roger Grifwold, 

Gideon Granger, jun,. 

James Hillhoufe, 

William Hillhoufe^ 

Stephen T. Hofmer, 

Uriel Holmes, 

Jeremiah Halfey, 

Samuel Huntington, 3d. 

William S. Hart, 

Enoch Huntington, 

jsuat&an Xngerjfol, 



Diftrict Attorney. 
William Judd, 
Rofwell Judfon, 
Ephraim Kirby r 
J. O. Moleley, 
William Mole ley, 
Ifaac Mills, 
Enoch Perkins, 
Elias Perkins, 
Timothy Pitkin, ju^ 
John T. Peters, 
John Parifh, 
Matthew T. Ruflell, 
Ephraim Root, 
Tapping Reeve, 
Philo Ruggles, 
Afa Spalding^ 
Thomas Y. Ssyme*r, 
John C. Smith, 
Lewis B. Stnrges, 
Zephaniah Swift, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Nathan Smith, 
Adonijah Strong, 
Benjamin Stiles, j«D, 
John Trumbull, 
Nathaniel Terry, 
William Williftexi, 
David Wright, 
Samuel Woodruff 
Dyer White, 
John Williams, 
Alexander Wolcott, 
Samuel Whittlefcy, 
Eiiftta WtittlcJc7,cfq?is/ 



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GONNECTICUT CINCINNATI SOCIE: 
OFFICERS. 

General Ebenezer Huntington, President. 

Colonel Benjamin Talmadge, Vice-Preiideat 

Captain Ephraim Kirby, Secretary. 

Mr. Nathan Beers, Treafurer. 

Mr. Henry Daggett, jun. Afliftant-SecretaryJ 

Colonel Jofeph Wilcox, Afliftant-Treafurer. 



The following Gentlemen were chofen Delegates to att 
the next general Meeting of the Cincinnati, in Ph 
delphia, in May next. 



Capt. Ephraim Kirby, 
Col. Benj. Talmadge, 
Gen. Eb. Huntington, 



Maj. Jofeph Walkei 
Col. Jofeph Wilcox. 



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The following a Committee to whom all Applications art 
It made for Relief from the Funds of the Society 

Hartford County 

Capt. Caleb Bull, Capt. Eraftus Wolcott. 

New-Haven County 

Mr. Nathan Beers, Mr. Stephen Allen. 

New-London County 

Gen. Eben. Huntington, Col. Wm. Richards. 

Fairfield County 
Col. Timothy Taylor, Capt. Salmon Hubbell. 

Windham County 

Gen. Mofes Cleveland, Col. Thomas Grofvenor. 

Litchfield County 

Capt. Elijah Wadfworth, Gen. David Judfon. 

Middle f ex County 

Mr. John Meigs, Col. Joieph Wilcox. 

Tolland County. 

Col. Elijah Chapman, Do&. Jeremiah Weft*; 



( si ) 
"Connecticut medical society. 



the Annual Convention of the Fellows of the Mcd'c.il 
Society of the State of Connecticut, tolden at the Court- 
Uo'tj'e t?i the City of Hartford, on Wcdiufday the u\th' 
pf October, 1795, The following Officers were cho^ 
ten tor the enfuina: Year, viz. 

ENEAS MUNSGN, Prcfident 

Elihu Tudor, Vice-Preiident. 

Mason F. Cogswell, Treafurer* 

Jamls Claiuie, Secretary* 

LIST of the Fellows of the Medical Society, chofer. 

\nd returned by the feVeral County Mektjugs jcr tht 

enfui?;<? Tear, viz, 

artford r," LIHU Tudor, Eliakim Fifb, Mafon F. 

Bounty. &-J Cogfweli, Solomt Everett, jofiah Hart. 

New-Haven County. Eneas Munfon, Jored Potter, 

braham Tomlinfon, Elnathan Beach, * William Gould*. 

New-London County. Theophiius Rogers, * Philip 

urner, * Simon Wolcott, Jolm R. Watrous, * Phiie»- 
.on Tracy. 

Fairfield County. James Clarke, James Potter, 

Gideon Shepard, James E- Beach, William Shelton. 

W'indham County. * Eiifha Lord, Eiifha Perkins, 

John Brewfter, * Jofeph Baker, Jonathan Hall. 

Litchfield County. Seth Bird, Daniel Sheldon, Sa^ 
uiel Woodward, Samuel Rockwell,' Nathaniel Perry. 

Middlesex County. Thomas Mofeley, * John Ot* 
orn, * John Ely. 

Tolland County. Ichabod Warner, Jofeph Parker, 
jewis Collins. 

'he following Gentlemen ivcre chofen Committees for the 

Examination of Candidates for the Practice of Pfryjic 

and Surgery for the enfuing 3'ear, in their re/petti!;? 

Counties. 

Doctors Eliakim Fifh, Lemuel Hopkins, aaifcl Mafon 

F\ Cogvwell, for the county of Hartford. 



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Do&ors Obadiah Ilotchkifs, Bildad Beach, and .Eli 
Pv! union, for the county of New-Haven. 

Doctors Theophilus Rogers, Elihu Marvin, and I 
lemon Tracy, for the county of New-London. 

Doctor." Joleph Trowbridge, James £. Beacli, I 
William Shelton, for the county of. Fairfield. 

Doctors Jofeph Baker, Jonathan Hall, and Ja 
Warner, for the county of Windham. Iljetf 

Doctors Jofeph Sheldon, Nathaniel Perry, andjcjfiie 
Carrington, for the county of Litchfield. t that 

Doc-tors El?cnezcr Tracy, Eiifha Phelps, and Willi; ike 
B. Hall, for the county of Middlefex. J 

Doctors Jeremiah Weft, Afa H amble ton ^ and Wil |oi 
am GvoiVcnor, for the county of TollarvCu 

Rcfolved, That rt be coniidered as an indifpenfal 
requllite, for every young Gentleman, who fhail liei 
sifter preient himieif for examination before the Coi 
inittees of the feveral counties, that he read befo 
£iid Committee an Inaugural Diilertation on fome m 
dical fubjec~t, as one of the evidences of improvemefc 
in bis lludies. I] 

. Refolvcd, That the thanks of this Society be pvel 
to Do&or Felix Pascalis Ouviere, D.D. MJX M XV 
cjity of Philadelphia, for Itis very ingenious and entei 
taining Diilertation on their firft prize queition fc 
1 795? On the beft preparations of Antimony. 

Rcfolved, That the thanks of this Society be give 
to Doctor Thapdkus Betts, of Norwalk, for bis ingc 
iuous and pleafing Diilertation on their third priz 
cmcflion, On. the ditferent fpecies of Colic, their caufes 
indications, and method of cijre. 

Rcfolved, That the pieces intended as anfwers fc 
the prize queition of 1794, On what is the moft eligi 
ble mode of increafing and propagating Medical Know 
kdge in the ftate of Connecticut, &:c. be laid over tin- 
til the next meetiwg of the focicty, and that tha faic 
queition be ftill held up.for further clifcufiion. 

Voted, That the degree of Doctor of Phyfic be con- 
ferred on Doctor James Totter, and on Doctor Tho- 
mas MoJStFY. 



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%\ Refolved, That a petition be preferred to the Gen- 

ral Aflembly now in feffion, praying fome pecuniary 

^ • ifliftance to aid the Society in the purfuit of Medical 

|Cnowledge, — Doctors Eneas Munfon, James Potter, 

''M'ohn R. Watrous, Ichabod Warner, and Elnathan 

Beach, be a committee to prefent the fame. 
M Voted, That a tax of One Dollar be laid on each 
nember of the Connecticut Medical Society, and that 
J e |:he fame be paid by the firft day of May, 1 796, and 
hat the clerks of the feveral county meetings collect, 
the fame. 
Refolved, That the following honorary prize Qiief- 
'%ions, be propofed for the difcuflion of the faculty oi" 
the ftate of Connecticut, or elfewhere. 

I ft. What are the chimical properties of the effluvia 
or contagion of the prefent epidemic in the city of N. 
York— what its mode of operation on the human body 
—and does faid epidemic differ from the ufua'l. bilious 
autumnal Fevers of this country except in degree ? 

2d. What are the caufes, fymptoms, varieties, and 
beft method of cure of Dyfentery ? 

3d. What are the caufes, fymptoms, and varieties 
of Phthifis Pulmonalis, and the beft method pf pre* 
venting and curing the fame I 

The two following queftions are ftill held up for dif- 
cuflion— ift. What is the moft eligible mode of increa- 
fing Medical Knowledge in the ftate of Connecticut ? 

2d. What is the beft method for preventing the 
common fuppurating Quinfey, (Cynanche Tonfilaris. of 
Doctor Cullen) after the inflammatory ftate is fully 
formed, from terminating in maturation and difcharge : 
N. B, It is expected thole Gentlemen who are difpo- 
fed to write on one or more of the preceding Queftions, 
tranfmit their compofitions to the Secretary, on or be- 
fore the firft day of May next, and the fuccefsful can- 
ditates mall receive the thanks of the Society, their 
names publiihed in the public Gazettes of the ftate, and 
their dilTertations kep't on file for publication — And that 
with each diifertation there be delivered a fealedpacJc- 
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ct, with fomc motto or device on the mitfide, and wl 
in the authors name and defignation, and the fame ra< 
to or device fhall be put upon the difiertations, tli 
the Fellows may know who tcf addrefs as the fucce | 
ful candidate. 

No diifertatton with the name of the author affixe 
can be received — and if the author of any diflertath 
fhall difcover himfelf to any Fellow of the Society b 
fore the adjudication, fuch paper fhall be excluded fro 
all competition. 

All the diiTertations, the fuccefsful excepted, fna 
be returned if defired, with the fealed packets unc 
pened. 

Voted, That this Society be adjourned to the fir 
Tuefday after the fecond Thurfday of May next, the-* 
fo meet at the Court Houfe in the city of Hartford. 
JAMES CLARKE, Sqc'ry. 
N. B. The Fellows marked thus * -were abfent, 

FREEDOM SOCIETY or CONNECTICUT, 

Officers for the enfuing year, — of the Society for the 
Promotion of Freedom and the relief of Perfons u»h 
lawfully holden in Bondage. 
Jonathan Brace, Efq. Vice-Prefident. 
Dr. Lemuel Hopkins, ~\ 

Theodore Dwight, Efq. C Committee of 

Thomas Y. Seymour, Efq. r Correfpondence. 
Mr. Ezekiel Williams, jun. _J 
Mr. Ezekiel Williams, jun. Ailiftant Treafurer., 
Jonathan Walter Edwards, Efq, Secretary. 
Elifha Hyde, Efq. ~) Committee of 

Rev. Levi Hart, > New-London 

Jofeph Williams, Efq. j County. 

Rev. Zebulon Ely, ") Committee of 

Conftant Southworth, Efq. >• Windham 
Mofes Cleveland, Efq. 3 County. 

Rev. Nathan Williams, ~} Committee of 

Jeremiah Weft, Efq. C Tolland 

Sylvefter Gilbert, Efq. S County. 



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le J SOCIETY of EREE MASONS. 

[{ficersof the Grand Lodge of Connect** 
cut, as defied in May, A, L. 5795. 

Moft Worfhipful \Vii,LiA>f Judd, Efq. G. M. 
Right WorOupful Samuel Wyllys, Efq. D- 6. M. 
\V. Ephraim Kirby, S. G. W. 
W. Eliphalet Bulkier, J. G. W. 
Henry Champion, jun. G. Treafurer. 
John Mix, G. Secretary. 
Samuel Bellamy, S. G. D. 
David Daggett, J. G. D. 

..odges in the State of Connecticut* 
October, A. L. 5795. 
St. John's, Middletown. 
St. John's, Fairfield. 
St. John's, Hartford. 
Union, Stamford. 
St. John's, Norwalk. 
King Solomon's, Woodbury. 
Woofter, Colchefter. 
St. Paul's, Litchfield. 
King Hiram, Derby. 
Montgomery, Salifbury. 
Frederick, Farmington. 
Hiram, New-Haven. 
St. John's, Stratford. 

■ ■ Waliingford. 

■ ■ Banbury. 
Moriah, Windham County. 
Temple, Chefhire. 
Federal, Watertown. 
Hiram, Newtown. 
Washington, Huntington. 

— •— , Berlin. 

St. Peter's, New-Milford, 
Hart's, Woodbridge. 



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St. James's, Prefton. 

Uriel, Tolland. 

Columbia, Wethersfield, Stepney point 

Columbia, Eaft-Haddam. 

Kifmg Sun, Washington. 

Morning Star, EaftWindfor, 

Village, Weft Simfbury. 

Day Spring, Hamden. 

Union, New-London. 

Meridian Sun, Warren. 

Friendfhip, Southington. 

Somerfet, .Norwich. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

In Kartford, Enoch Perkins, efq. 

New-Haven, Elizur Goodrich, efq. 

VT T , C Toihua Coit, efq. 
New-London, -< i T r 

• 7 £ Lyman Law, efq. 

Norwich, Samuel Huntington, .3d. efq. 
Fairfield, Lewis B. St urges, efq. 
T .. , fl ,, ■( Uriah Tracy, efq. 
j-itcnnew, ^ Frederick wolcott, efq. 

Middletown, Matthew T. RuiTell, efifr 
Preiton, • Samuel Mott, efq. 
Woodftock, Jedidiah Morfe, efq, 
Plainfield, Calvin Godciard, efq. 
Lyme, William Noyes,- efq. * 



FREEMEN^ MEETINGS in Conneaicai 
are by law held annually the third Monday ii 
September, and* on the Monday next foilQwinj 
the firft TueicUy "in April, 



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In co a for at p. d CITIES, 

New-Haven. 

Samuel Bifhop, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

David Auftin, efq. j Keary Daggett, ef«j. 

Timothy Jones, efq. J Elizur Goodrich, efq* 

Dyer White, Clerk city court. 

Simeon Baldwin, efq. City Clerk. 

J w n , R p T iT 0p ' \ fteri»- 
Jofeph Peck, 5 

Common Council Men. 

Mcff. Stephen Ball, Ifaac Beers, Nathan Beers, Eliaj 

(Shipman, James Millhoufe, William Lyon, David Dag- 

|gett, Jofeph Bradley, Pierfon Clark, Dyer White. 



New-London. i 

Hon. Richard Law, efq. Mayor. 

AUcr men. 

Marvin Wait, efq. | Edward Hallam, ef«|* 

| Wint'p Saltonltall, efq. | Guy Richards, efq, 

Lyman Law, Clerk city court. 

John Owen, city Clerk. 

William Richards, ? « '.*. 

Jofhua Hempfted, 5 ihenfi ' 

Common Conner Men. 

MefTrs. Simon Wolcott, Samuel Wheat, George 

Colfax, Nicol Fofdick, Jonathan Starr, Elifha Hinman. 

(Their amiu.il Meeting the fetond Monday in'Junc.) 

Hartforp. 
Hon. Thomas Seymour, efq. Mayor. 
Aldermen. 
Jerc. Wadfworth, efq. ] Jonathan Bull, cfq. 
Samuel Wyllys, efq. ' John Caldwell, efq. 
Solomon Porter, Clerk. 
James Welles, 7 ^^ 
Simon Clark, j 



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CotHmon Council Men. 
MefTrs. }ohn Chenevard, CUauhce/ Goodrich, Jc 
Morgan, Thomas Y. Seymour, Ephraim Root, \Vii 
am Mofeley, George Goodwin, jo-fcph Hart, Cal 
Bull, Timothy Burr, Ebenezer Barnard, jun. Tii 
dore Dwight. 

(Their annual Meeting the Lift Monday in March.) 

MlDDLETOVNt 

iTon. Aflier Miller, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen. 

Elijah Hubbard, efq. | Samuel W. Dana, efq. 

Chau,ncey Whittlefey, efq. | George Phillips, efq. 

John Fifk, Clerk. 

Nathan Strong, ? ff 

Samuel Canrleld, 5 laenlts ' 

(Their annual Meeting the third Monday in January.) 

Norwich. 

Hon. Benjamin Huntington, efq. Mayor. 

Aldermen* 

Effflia Hyde, efq. I Chrifto. Lemngwell, efq.! 

Afa Spalding, efq. | Daniel Dunham, efq. 

Benjamin Tracy, ? faerifts 
Shubael Breed, 5 merms - 

Common Council Men, 
MelTrs. Jofeph How land, Thomas Fanning, Samu-| 
el Woodbridge, Samuel Huntington, Uriah Tracy, 
Jofeph Perkins. 

(Time of Meeting , altered to April.) 

YALE-COLLEGE in New-Have k. 

TIMOTHY DWIGHT, D. D. President. 

Fellows. 
Eliphalet Williams, D. D. j Jofiah Whitney, 
Nathaniel Taylor, j David Ely, 

Elizur Goodrich, D. D. t Nathan Williams, 
Timothy Pitkin, j Hezekiah Ripley, 

Enoch Huntington^ J Levi Hart. 



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The Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, jand tljefix fea- 
ipr Aiuftants in the Council, are ailbciated with the 
Prefident, &c. Members of the Corporation oi' the" 
College. 

Rev. John Gimel, Profejfor of Divinity. 
Joiiah Meigs, A. M. Proftffbr of Mathematics, and 
Natural Philofophy. 

Tutors. 
Jofiah"Stebbins, fenior Tu- | Roger M. Sherman, 
tor ami Librarian. J Jeremiah Atwater, 4th. 

Hon. James Hillhqufe, Treafurer. 
Jeremiah Atwater, Steward. 
Commencement, fecpnd Wednesday in September. 
\ % Vi'*cdtions : From Commencement fix weeks ; and from 
the fecond Tuefday in January, three weeks J and 
from the fixth of May, three weeks. 

Minifters and Churches in the ftate of Con- 
necticut. 



County of 
Hartford. 
Rev. Nathan Strong, 
Abel Flint, 
Nathan Perkins, 
Vacant, B. 

Berlin, John Smalley, 
Benoni Upfon, 
Nathan Fenn. 
Brijlo!, Giles H. Cowles, 
Jonathan Miller. 
Erf-Hartford, 

Eliph. Williams, D.p. 
Vacant, 

Chrifto. Miner, , B. 
EajUVindfor, 

David M'Clure, 
TKowas fotwia*. i 



Hartford. 
Enfieldy'tfehe. Prudden, 

Vacant. C. 

Farmington. 

Rufus Hawley. 
Ghiftenbtirjj fm. Brown, 

James Eells. 
Gj7w£y,Ifaac Porter, 

Whitefield Cowles. 
Southington, 

William Robinfon, 
Ifrael B. Woodward, 

Vacant. B. 

Suffield, Eben. Gay, D.J>. ) 

Eben. Gay^jun. ) 

Daniel Waldo, 

John Haflings, B. 
Sims&vrjy. SaruuelStebkins, 



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Jcrenmh Hallock, I Windsor, 



Ambrofe Todd, E. 
W$ibersfuld, John Marfh, 
Jofhua Belding, 
Calvin Chapin. 



Henry A. Holland n \ 
V/iftliam F. Milleif 
Vacant. 



New-Haven. 
Ker. James Dana, D. D. 

John Gimel, 

Vacant, 

Bela Hubbard, E. 

Vacant, 

tfoah Willifton, 

Plurality. E. 

Branford, 

Lyndc Huntington, 

Matthew Noyes, 

Samuel Eells, 
Manoah S. Miles, E. 
€hejbire, John Foot, 

Reuben Ives, E. 
Derby, Vacant, 
Rich. Mansfield, D.D. ~ ) 
Edward Blackfley, *"J 
\ David Brdwnfon, 

Abner Smith. 
Xturhim, 

Eliz. Goodrich, D.D. 
E. Haven, Nicholas Street. 
Guilford, Amos Fowler, 



County of New-Haven. 



John Elliot, 
Thomas W. Bray, 
Simon Backus, 
Plurality. I 

Hamden, Vacant. 

Mi /ford, Wm. Lockwood. 
David Tullar, 
Vacant, « H ( 

North-Haven, 

Benj. Trumbull, 
SethHart, El 

Writing ford, James Noyes 
JohnWillard. 
Afhbel Hoinier, B' 
Plurality. E 

Vacant. 

Waterburj, 

M. Levenworth, 
Vacant, E 

Abraham Fowler. 
'• Wwdbridgc, 
j David L. Beebe, 

\ Stephen Hawley» 



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New-London, 

Rev. Henry Channing, 

Samuel Seabury, D.D. 

(Biih. epif. ch. Connect. 

Zadock Darrdw,B. 

t**rab } Jonath, Manioc^, 



County of Neiv-London. 



Peter Rogers, B« 
Cokhejler, Salmon Cone, 
Robert Robbins, 
Davifi Huntington^ 
Vacant, 
ChrifU, PaWr ; B, 



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Abel Palmer, B. 
l a!1( j ankftn, Samuel Nott, 
;jj er otort, Aaron Kinne, 

Vacant, 
Timo. Wightman, B. 

Silas Burrows, B. 

Park Allyn, C. 

tfort, David Hale, 

Andrew Lee. 
8 J»|ot*> Lathrop Rockwell, 

Vacant, 

David Higgins, 

Jafon Lee, B. 

Daniel Miner, C. 
ontvilU) Rozel Cook, 



I 

County 
Fairfield. 
J Rev. Andrew Elliot, 
He2jekiah Ripley, 
Robert Rofs, 
Vacant, 

Philo Shelton, E. 
SethHigbie, B. 
bury, Tim. Langdon, 

John Ely, 
£ben*r White, Sdndi. 
' JuftusHull, B, 
egtnukh, Vacant, 

Ifaac Lewis, D.D. 

Vacant, 

Vacant, B. 

rington, David Ely, 
Vacant, E. 

Eiiftia Rexfbrd. 
Te-to-Fairfield, 

Me dad Rogers, 
Vacant. 
Tavtrwi Vacant, 



Reuben Palmer, K. 
Norwich, Jofeph Strong, 

John Tyler, E. 

Walter King. 
Vrefion, Lemuel Tyler, 

Levi Hart, 
• Vacant, 

Paul Park, Q 

Stonington, 

Hez. N. Woodruff, 

Vacant, 

Chrifto. Avery, C. 

Eleazer Brown, R. 

Simeon Brown, B. 
Val. W. Rathbun, B» 



of Fairfield. 

Thomas Brooks, 

Philo Perry, E. 
N"oratf#,Matthiajs Burnet, 

George Ogle vie, E* 

AaronWoodward, 

Juftus Mitchel. 
Reading, Nathan'l Bartlet, 

Vacant, E. 

Ridge field, Sam'l Goodrich^ 

Samuel Camp, 

Vacant, E» 

Stamford, Daniel Smith, 
Ebenezer Dibble, E» 

Jtlofes Mather, 

Vacant, 

Ebenezer Ferris,B» 
Stratford, 

Stephen W, Stebbins^ 

Afhhel Baldwin, E. 

Izrahiah Wetmore* 
Weftott, James Johnfo'n, 

JohnNoye5j 



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County o£ Windham. 



Windham, 
Rev. Elijah Waterman, 

James Cogfwell,D.D. 

John Palmer, C 

— Lathrop, B. 

Jjhfird, Enoch Pond, 

Andrew Judfon, 

William Storrs. 
Brooklyn, Jofiah Whitney, 

Daniel Fogg, E. 

Canterbury, Solo . Morgan , 

John Staples. 
"Hampton , Ludov. Weld, 

Vacant, B. 

Killingly, Elima Atkins, 

— — Day, C. 

Lebanon^ Zebulon Elyj 



Timothy Stone, 

Thomas Brockwa), 

John Guriey. 
Mansfield, Elijah Gridle 

' Mofes C. Welch. 
Plainfield, Joel Benedict 
Pomfret, Aaron Putnan 

Walter Lyon, 

Oliver Dodge. 
Thompfon, Vacant, 

John Martin, 
Voluntown, Mich'h Port 
Woodftock, Eliph. Lyma 

Stephen Williams, k 
' William Graves, 

Vacant, 



;i 



Litchfield. 
Rev^Judah Champion, 

r-r-^. Butler, E. 

3arkhempfted, Ozias Eells, 

Ezra Woodworth. 
"Bethlern, Azel Backus. 
Canaan, Daniel Far rand, 
Jofhua Knap, 
Vacant. Q. 

Cclcbrook, Vacant, 
Corn-wall, Vacant. 
Goflien, Afahel Hooker. 
Hariland, Aaron Church, 
Nathaniel Gay lord. 
Harwinton, Jom. tVilliams. 
Kent, Joel Boardweft. 
New-Hartford, Jon. Marfh 
Ne-w- Nath'l Taylor. " 
Miiford, Stanl.Gxifwold 
Vacant 



County of Litchfield. 



\M 






ISforfolk, Ammi R.Robbi 
Salisbury, Vacant. 
Sharon, Cotton M. Smit 
Southbury, Benj. Wildm 

Vacant. 
Torrington,A\e*an- Gill 

Samuel J. Mills, 
Warren, Peter Starr. 
Wajhinvton, 

Dan. Brinfmade, 
Jeremiah Day.' 
tyatsrto-wn, Uriel Gridl 
Simon Watermar 
Chauncy Prindle 
W inch eft er, Vacant, 

Publius V. Booge 
j Woodbury, Noah Benedi 
Thomas Canfteld 
Vasanu 



h 



Middleiown. 
v. Enoch Huntington, 
Abraham jarvis, E. 
Gcrihom Bulkley, 
Vacant, 
Thomas Miner, 
Stephen Parfbns, C. 
Jofepli Graves. C. 
Hadda?n, Elijah Parfons, 
William Lyman, 
Jofeph Vail, 
Vacant, B. 

I Solo. Blakeflee. E. 
bat bam, Cyprian Strong, 



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County of Middle/ ex. 



Rev. Joel Weft, 
David Selden, 
Solomon Wheat, B. 
Plurality. E. 

Haddam, Eleazer May. 
Killing-worth, 

Achilles Mansfield, 
Henry Ely. 
Sj^r^.t,Fr'kW."Hotchkifs, 
John Devotion, 
Richard Ely, 
Samuel Mills, 
Vacant, E. 

Eiiphaiet Letter, B. 



County of 
Tolland. 
Lev. Nathan Williams. 
filton. George Colton, 

Ebenezer Kellog. 
'ayentrji Vacant, 
John L. Skinner, 
Royal Tyler. 
Ellington, Jofliua Leonard. 
msbron 9 Amos Baflfett, 



Tolland. 

Elijah Lathrop, 

Vacant, E. 

Somers, Charles Backus. 
Stafford, John Willard, 

Ifaac Fofter, 

Vacant. 
Union, Vacant. 
Willtngton, Abifhai Alden, 

David Lilly bridge. B. 



STANDING COMMITTEE 

\0f the. General AJfociation, to correspond with the Breth- 
ren of the Congregational and Presbyterian Churches. 
Dr. Elizur Goodrich, Enoch Huntington, Dr. Tim- 

©thy Pwight, AndreHv Elliot. 

STANDING COMMITTEE, 

T6 certify the good Qualifications of Preachers, travelling 

from the Limits of the General Affociation, into 

the Limits of the Presbyterian Churches. 

Dr. Nathan Williams, Tolland. Thomas W. Bray, 

North-Guilford. Dr. Eiiphaiet Williams, Eaft-Hart- 



( i ) 

ford. Benjamin Trumbull, North-Haven. Willi 
Robinfon, Southington. John Devotion, Saybro 
Levi Hart, Prefton. David Ely, Ripton. Timo 
Stone, Lebanon-Goihen. Dr. Ifaac Lewis ; Sin 
Waterman, Northbury. AmmiR. Robbins, Norfo 



LICENSED PREACHERS, 

Returned from the feveral Affociaiions in Connecticut, 

the Regifter of the General AJfociation, A. D. 1795. 

Benjamin Wooiler, Waterbury. Maltby Gelfton, . 

Iuand.- Piatt BufFett, L- Iftand: Caleb Johnfon, ■ 

— -. Roger HarriiTori, r-. Timothy M. Coole 

— — __*.. Stephen Williams, Woodftock. Timotl 

Williams, Ditto. Ezra Witter, 1 — Solomc 

Spalding. — '. Amafa Porter, Hebron. Jofej 

RuiFell, Thompfon. Daniel Dow, Alhibrd. .Silas ijfel 

Bingham, Andover. Marfhfield Steel, — ■ —. Jofep 

Fields, — *- — . John D. Perkins, Plainneld. Efar 

iel Hall, L. liland. Ebenezer Porter, Vermont. Bez 
Pineo, Lebanon. Jonathan Bartlet, — — — — . . . . ■ , * ... 

Hill, . 

IC7 3 Tke next General AJfociation is to be holden in th 
County of New-London, at the Houfe of the Rev. Mr 
Strong, Norwich , On the %d Tuefday of fune^ A.D. 1 796 

A Lift of Mefhedift Preachers, as ftationed from the Con- 
ference held in New-London I $th July, I 795. 

I. Granville, Lemuel Smith, Zebulon Kankey. 
3. Litchfield, JeiFe Stoneman. 
3. Reading, Fredus Aldredge, Timothy Dewey. 
4- Middletown, Evan Rogers, JoelKetchum. 

5. New-London, Amos G. Thompfon, Daniel CK 
ftrander. 

6. Tolland, Chriftopher Spry, Nicholas Snethen. 

7. Pomfret, Thomas Coope, Nathan Chapen. 

8. Greenwich, John Hill. 

9. Warren, Zadock Pi-left, Cyrus Stebbuw. 
ao. NeeUham, Joha Vaaexaaa. 



!u. 



Bnfron, John Harper. 
Lynn, George Pickering. 
Marble'head, James Covel. 
Readfield, Enoch Mudgc, Ellas Hull. 
Penobfcot, Joflina Hall. 
Portland, Philip Wager, Stephen Hull. 
Provencetown, George Cannon. 
Vermont, George Roberts. 



UNION BANK in New-London. 

JiDiDlAB Huntington, Efq. Prefident. 
jonn Hallam, Cajhier. 

DIRECTORS. 



feffr*. Jofeph Holland, 
Marvin Wait, 
Sam. Woodbridge, 
William Stewart, 

iofeph Perkins, 
Idward Hallam, 



Thomas Lathrop, 
Jonathan Starr, 
Thomas Fanning, 
Richard W. Parkh*, 
Simeon Thomas, 
Elras Per&ini. 



HARTFORD BANK. 

John Caldwell, Efc». Prefident* 
Hezekiah Merrill, Cajhier. 

DIRECTORS. 

George Goodwin, 



i&effrs. John Morgan, 
Ephraim Root, 
Caleb Bull, 
Peleg Saaford, 



Timothy Burr, 
Oliver Phelps, 
Daniel Wadfworth. 



£xtrafts from an Aft of this State, entitled, " An Aft 
providing in cafe of ftcknefs." 

il Be it further enacted by the authority aforefaid, 

rhat when it fhall happen that any fhip or veflel. (hall 

jonae from any place where the iinall pox, or other 

F % 



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contagion*; ficknefs is prevalent, it mall be the duty o 
the maftcr of fuch veffel, and in cafe of inability in tfe 
mafter, it mall be the duty of the next officer fuccef j^ 
lively upon'their arrival in any harbour, road or creel 
in this ftate, forthwith to give information to one o 
more of" the feleetmen of fuch town where fuch vef 
fel fhall firft arrive, from whence they came an< J 
the true circumftances of the people and cargo oij 
board. And whatever mailer or other officer, on boan, 
fuch veffel fhall for the fpace of twelve hours after hi: 
arrira] as aforefaid, neglect to give information as a 
forefaid, or foall neglect to wait for and punctually o 
hpy fuch orders as fhall be given in fuch cafe according 
to law, or fnall fuffer any of the people belonging tc | 
fuch fliip or vefTe.1 to go on fhore, (except to give im 
formation as aforefaid) fhall forfeit to the treafurer oi 
fuch town where fach offence ihall be committed, tl« 
fum of fifty pounds lawful money, to be recovered bj 
bill, plaint or information in any court proper to trj 
the fame. 

" And if any paffenger or other perfon on board fucli 
velfel ihall prefume to go on more from any fuch veiFel^ 
(except as before exempted before information as afore- 
faid, has been* given, and order thereon made) fuch 
perifoa Ihall incur upon himfelf a fine often pounds law- 
ful Hior.f v. to bs re co-vexed as a:forefa:<d.' , ' , 



A 



m ( 67 K 

^ DUTIES. 

«j , - 

ICGei Articles on -which duties are payable at their importation 

:ree J into the United States, with rates of irnpo ft ; alphabet!- 

!eoi l calls arrayed. 

vei r — 

a «( A RMS, fire and fide, not otherwife 

1 °|r\ enumerated. - • - 15 per cent, ad val. 

,a 4\1e. Beer, & Porter in cafks &rbottles.-8^«*i/x?r 4 ffl//oir. 

Mkrtificial flowers, featkers -and other 

!8 *| ornaments for women's heads. i$pcr cent, adval. 

"-pnnifeed. - - — 15 ditto. 

'Anchors. -. - - - 10 

fojBrafs, iron or fteel locks, hinges, hoes, 

*| anvils and vices. - - 10 per cent, ad vat. 

4-- All other manufactures of brafs. 15 

leJBricks and tiles. - -15 

7 Boots. - 75 cents per pair, 

ylBooks, blank. - - — 10 per cent. advaU 

Bottles in which liquor is imported, jo 
^Buttons, all kinds. • - * . 15 

[Buckles, fhoe and knee. - • 15 

Brumes. - ■• - 10 

Cannon. - - - 15 

Cards, playing. . - 25 cents per pack. 

Cards, wool and cotton. - - 50 cents per dozen. 

Cables and tarred cordage. - 180 cents per curt. 

Cabinet Wares, - - \$per cent.advaL 

Carpets and carpeting. - i$ 

Cartridge paper. - - 15 

Candles, of tallow. - . 2 

Candles, of wax or fpermaceti. - . 6 cents per lb. 

Capers. - 1 ^ per cent, ndvah 

Canes, walking fticks and whips. 10 

Cambricks. - - 10 

Cheefe. - - - 7 cents per lb. 

China ware. - - - 15 per cent, adval. 

Cinnamon, cloves, currants &: comfits, 1 5 

Chixtzes and coloured calicoes orrauf- 
lins, and printed, ftaincd or colour- 



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ed goods or manufactures of cdtfcoitt 
or of linen, or of both, or of which 
cotton or linen is the material of 



12 and half. 
4 1 cents per p 
3 cents per pou\ 
180 ' ee'nts pef'ci»\ 
225 

IS per cent. ndz\ 
5 cents per Mrjj 
. 1 5 per cent ad. v| 
- 5 cents per poum 
3 



chief value. 

Cocoa. 

Chocolate. 

Cordage, tarred. 

Cordage and yarn raitarred. 

Cofinetics. 

Cr>al. 

Copper matmjfadhires. 

Coffee. 

Cotton. 

Cotton or linen manufactures, or of 
both, or of which cotton or linea- 
is the material of chief value,* being 
printed, ftained or coloured. - - i2\ per tent, jtfitoj 

• >■ n ot printed, ftained or coloured. 10 

Clocks Swatches, or parts of either. 15 . 

Coaches, chariots, phaetons, chairs, 
chaifes, folos or othec carriages. 20 

Cloathing ready: made. - JO 

Cutlaffes. ^ - - - is. 

Dentrifice powders, fcin&ures, prepara- 
tions- and* compositions- for the teeth 
and gums. - - 15 

Dolls, drelTed and rundreiTed. - J$ 

Drugs, medical, (except- thofe com- 
monly ufed in dying) - - *$ 

Eartlien uii it j * pes s . 15 

Fans. - - - - - 75 

Fayal wine. . - - ' * 20 cents per 'jpH&2 

leathers and other ornaments for wo- 
men's head drefTes. . f - }$• pier cent. tdwUi 

Fringes commonly ufed by u-pholfter- 
ers, eoach-makers and faddlers* 1 5- 

I*igs and dates. - - - - 15 

Flowers, artificial. - • 15 

Floor cloths and mats* - 15 

Fruits of all kinds. - * 1? 



J % 1 

Zlafs, black quart bottles. - id 

——window glafs. - 15 

—all other glafs, and manufac- 
tures thereof. 20 
Jlauber Salts, , - 200 certts per nut. 
jjpauzes. - 10 per cet&. ad'&ah 
fjpinger. - - - 15 
JJoves of leather. - - 15 
-all other gloves and mittins. 15 
Sold, filver and plated ware. -15 
Jold and filver lace, and plated ware. 1$ 
oods, wares and merchandize im- 
ported directly from China or India 
in (hips or veffels not of the United 
States, except Teas, China ware, 
and all other articles liable to high- 
er rates or duties. - - 12% 
(joods, wares and merchandize not 
herein otherwife particularly enu- 
merated and ^efcribed. - • ifl 
lue. - - - • ■* 15 
Gunpowder. 10 
~irandoies. - - 20 
dangers. - - - 15 
riair-powder. - - - 15 - 
Mats — of beaver, felt, wool or a mix- 
I ture of either of them. - 15 

!|j— all other hats, caps and bonnets. 1 5 
Hemp. - -' - - I So cents per tb&. 

Indigo. - - .25 cents per pouAcL 

[ron, caft, flit and rolled. - 15 per tent, ad taL 

—all other manufactures of iron, 
I fteel or brafs, or of which either 
J of thefe metals is the article of chief 
I value, not being otherwife particu- 
larly enumerated. - - 15 
Jewellery and Pailework. - 15 
Lace, of gold and filver* * 15 
Laces and lawns. - - 10 
Laces, lines, fringes, taflels and trim- 



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ttiings commonly ufed by upholfter- j ■ • - 

ers, coschmakers and faddlers. 15 

Lampblack. - - id 

Leather, tanned and tawed, and all 
Manufactures of Leather, or. of 
which leather is the article of .chief - 
value, not other wife, particularly .. 
enumerated. -.. - .15 

Lead and mufltet balls. - , 1 tent per peuni< 

■— — All other manufactures of leader 
in which lead is the chief article. I 

Lemons and limes. - 15 per cent, adval 

Linen or cotton manufactures, or of 
both, or of which cotton or linen is 
the material of chief value, printed 
ftained or coloured. - 1 2 & half 

———not printed, ftained or coloured. 10 

Lifbon and Oporto wines. - 25 cents per gallon 

Looking glaf 3. - - 2D per cent, ad vai 

Mats and floor cloths. - M5 

Malt. - - - \o cents per bujk el 

Marble, flate and other ftone, bricks, 
tables, mortars, and other utenfils 
of marble flate, & other ftone- ware. 1.5 per cent, ad vol 

Mace. - - - - .15 

Medical drugs, except thofe common- 
ly ufed in dying. - - 15 

Merchandize, goods and wares impor- 
ted directly irom China or India in - 
veflels not of the United States, ex- 
cept teas, China ware and other ar- 
ticles liable to higher duties. I2&r half 

Merchandize, goods and wares not 
herein otherwife particularly enu- 
merated and defcribed. - 10 

Millinery ready made. - 15 

Molafles. - . - . - 3 cents per galhm 

Mufkets and firelocks with bayonets 

to the fame. - - 15 per cent, ad sal 

*— without bayonets. - 15 



( 7' ) 

tffufta'vd in flour. - r$ 

Auflins and muflinets coloured. 12 8c half 

-not ftained or coloured. - io 

STails. - 2 cents per pound* 

Nankeens. ' - - \2\ per cent, adval. 

Nutmegs. - - 15 

Jranges. - - 15 

Olives, and Oil. -- »~« 15 

jtf Dporto and Lifbon wine. * - 25 cents per gallon. 

Paper hangings. ■ - " 15 per ct. adval. 

Paper, writing and wrapping. 10 

d, Paper, fheathing and cartridge. 15 

Painters' colors, whether dry or in 

• oil,, except thofe ufed for dying. 15 

Packthread and Twme. ■■ - 400 cents per nut. 

Pafteboard, parchment and vellum. 10 per ct. advaL 

Paftework and Jewelry. - - 15 

Pewter manufactures. - ■ - 15 

Pepper. ,; * - 6 cents per lb. 

Perfumes. - - -15 per ct. ad vaU 

Piftols. - - - 15 

Pictures and prints. - 10 

Pimento. - - 4 cents per lb. 

Pickles of all forts. - - - 15 per ct. advaL 

Powders, paftes, balls, balfams, oils, 
ointments, waters, wafhes, tinct- 
ures, efl'ences or other compoiitions 
called fweet fcents, odors, per- 
fumes, or cofmetics. - i£ 

Plumbs and prunes. ■ . - - 1 5 ' * 

Printing Types. - 10 

Raifins. - - " - ij 

Salt. - - •' 1 2 c ts. per buflicL 

Salt, Glauber. - - 200 cents per civt. 

St. Lucar wines. - - - 3^ cents per gall. 

Starch. - ~ - 15 per ct. ad vah 

, Sail cloth. - - - 10 

Slate, ftone and ftone ware. - 15 

Saddles. - - - 10 

Sattins aad other wrought filksr 10. 



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Steel. - • - -. - ioo cents ptr cH 

Sherry wine. - 33 c^»/j per gal 

Shoes and flippers of iilk. * 25 cents per pai 

— other fhoes and flippers for men 
and women, elogs and golofhoes. -15 

other flioes and flippers for fc 



children. 


10 




Swords and CutlafTes. 


15 f& 


ct. $4 va 


Stockings. - m .,f 


IS 




Stone and earthen ware. - 


15 




Soap. - 


3 cents per lb. 


Solos and other carriages. 


20 per 


ct. (tdva.h 


Spirits diftilled in foreign countries. 




% 


From Grain. Fir ft proof. 


28 cents 


per z<klbr\ 


Second proof. . - 


29 


' ^ | 


Third proof. 


3* 


1 


Fourth! proof. «p 


34 


: 


Fifth proof. 


4Q 




Sixth proof. *■ 


5^ 




From other materials. a 


_ 


. 


Firft proof. 


2* 




Second proof... 


as 




Third proof. - 


2S 




Fourth proof. 


3* 




Fifth proof. 


3* 


. 


Sixth proof. - 


46 




Spirits diftilled in the United State 


h 




imported in the feme fliip or veflel i 


n 




which they ha^l been pre vioufly ex- 




ported from t{ie United States, viz. 




From Molafles. 






Firft proof. - i, 


*$- 




Second proof. * 


14 




Third proof. - 


15 




Fourth proof. 


17 




Fifth proof. - - 


21 




Sixth proof. 


28, 




From materials of the grovttli or 




produce of the United States. 






Firft proof. 


7 





J 73 ) 

Second proof. * 

Third proof. 9 

Fourth proof. - 1 1 

Fifth proof. - - 1 3 

Sixth proof. - 1 8 

gars, from and after Sept. 30, 1 794- 

Brown. - - I &half st.pt Ik, 

- White, clayed or powdered. 3 cents per lb. 
Lump. - - 6 & half cts* jtr« 

Loaf. - - - 9 

Other refined. - 6 & half 

[pikes. - - - " I cent per Iff. 

Jilver and plated ware. - - 15 per ct. U vat* 
m — Lace. - - *5 

Sugar Candy. - - 10 

JnurT. - - ZZ 

Taifels and trimmings commonly u- 
fed by Upholftefers, Coachmakers 
and Saddlers. - . - 15 

Tables of marble, flate or other {lone. 1 $ 

Teas. From China and India. 

Bohea. - - - 10 

Souchong and other black teas. 18 
Hyfon. - m m 32 

Other green fceas. - 23 ' . 

• From Europe. 

Bohea. - - - 12 

• Souchong and other black teas. 21 
Hyfon. - - . <• . jr Af> 
Other green teas. • 24 

From any other jplace. 

Bohea. - -. ■ - 15 

Souchong and other black teas. 27 
Hyfon. - - 5^> 

Other green teas. - 30 

Imperial, gunpowder, and Go- 
mee, the fame as Hyfon. 
Tcftciife wi*e« 29 cents /crjW/, 



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Twine and Packthread. - 400 cents per cxvt. 

Tin manuf lictures. - 15 per ct. ad val 

Tiles and bricks. - 15 

Toys, not otherwife enumerated. 10 

Tobacco manufactured. - 16 

Velvets and velverets. - 10 

Wines, London particular Madeira. 56 cents per *alhn. 

» ' -Loudon market, do.- 49 

— ! — - Other, do. - 40 

" Champagne aiad Burgundy. 40 

■ ■ ■ ;■ • Sherry. - - ' 33 

St. Lucar. - 30 " 

— — — Lifbon and Oporto. - 25 

m Malaga, Teneriffe and Fayal. 20 

« « All other wines (not to ex- - » 

eeed 36 cents per gallon in 
American 'vefl'e Is, or 32 ets. 
per gallon in foreign velfels, 
or be lefs than 10 per cent.) 40 per ct. nd fhL 
Wares of tin, p£wter, copper, earth- 
en, or flone, china, gold, filver and 
plated. - - - r5 

Wafers. - . - 15 

Walking flicks, whips and canes. 10 
Wax candles. - 6 cents per lb. 

Watches &: clocks, or parts of either. 15 per ct. ad vaL 
Window glafs. . . _ 15 

Wool and cotton cards. - 50 cents per dezetu 

Wood manufactured, (exclufive of 

cabinet wares.) - - i2Zzhz\£ per cent* 

Yarn untarred. . 225 c 3 fits per civt. 

All other goods not before particularly enumerated 

and described. 10 pcr\ cent, &rl -valorem* 
A Duty is alfo laid by an Act of Congrefs, that took! 
place Sept. 6, 1794, upon all carriages, either for, any 
perfon's own ufe, or to let out to hire, or conveying of 
paHengers, the following fums, to be paid yearly in the* 
month of September to the Supervisors and Infpectoi'S 
of the Revenue, in the fevcra! Diifcricts, viz. 



( 7$ ) 

For every coach, the yearly Cam of 16 dollars. 
For every chariot, 8 dottars. 
For every phaeton and coachee, 6 dollars. 
For other four wheel, and every two wheel top- 
carriage, 2 dollars. 
For every other two wheel carriage, i dollar. 

*hofe employed in hu .fbandry, or trr.ni'porting of goods, 
wares and merchandize, produce or commodities, 
are not chargeable with the above duties. 

The following Articles are free from Duty, 
hilofophical apparatus fpecially imported for any fern- 
inary of learning. 

Lrticles of all kinds of the growth, product or manu- 
facture of the United States. 

lopper in plates, pigs and bars. 

Iloaths, books, houfhold furniture, and the tools or 
• implements of tlje trajde or profe'iion of per f on s who 
come to refide in the United States. » 

Jiugs and woods for dying. < 

^ars of every kind, undreued. 

3oods, wares and merchandize intended to be re-ex- 
ported in the fame veiiel.in which they ihall be im- 
ported. 

flaw "Hides, and Iron ware. 

Uapis Calaminaris, and Plaifter of Paris. 

y\d Pewter, and tin in pigs and plates. 

Wire of brais and iron, and wool and wood unmanu- 
factured. 
All retail-dealers of wines and foreign diftilled fpirit- 

uous liquors, are yearly, by a law of Ccngrefs, to take 

out a licenfe from the Supervifor of the revenue for 

retailing the fame, for which they are to pay for each 5 

dollars, on forfeiture of p dollars if they fell without 

having a licence therefor. 



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MILITIA of CONNECTICUT. 



H I « EXCELLENCY 

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON, 

Captain-General and Commander in Chief. 

Kon. Oliver Wolcott, Lieutenant-General 

Ebenezer Huntington, Adjutant-General, 

- (With the rank of Brigadier-Ge?2eml.) , 

John Mix, Qiiarter-Mafter-General, 

(With the rank of Lieut. Colonel.) 

Ift Division, Samuel Wyllys, Major-General, 
lid Division, William Hart, Major-Gene ral, ' 
Hid Division, James Gordon, Major-General, 
iVth Division, David Smith, Major-General. : 

, Koah Phelps, Brigadier-General, of firft Brigade. 



Auguftus" Collins, 


do. 


2d 


do. 


Vacant, 


do. 


Bd 


do. 


Elijah Abel, 


do. 


4th 


do. 


Mofes Cleveland, 


do. 


5th 


do. 


Timothy Skinner, 


do. 


6th 


do. 


Henry Champion, 2d 


do. 


7th 


do. 


David Judfon, 


do. 


8th dp. 
Colonel Commandant off 


Timothy Seymour, Lieut. C 






firft Regiment. 


William Lyon, 


do. 


2d 


do. 


John Raymond, 


do. 


3'i 


do. 


Aaroii Barlow, 


do. 


4th 


do. 


Abel Simons, 


do. 


5th 


do. 


Ezekial P. Belden, 


do. 


6th 


do. 


Jofeph Wilcox, 


do. 


7th 


do. 


Simeon Avery, 


do. 


8th 


do. 


Ebenezer Mead, 


do. 


9^h 


do. 


Robert Rice, 


do. 


ioth 


do. 


Lemuel Grofvenor, 


do. 


nth 


do. 


Daniel Tilden, 


do. 


1 2th 


do» 


5tf*thaaiel Mittuel, 


da. 


J3tfl 


ri«. 



Charles Bun-all, 
Abraham Pettibone, 
Timothy Taylor, 
Uriah Tracy, 
Jonathan Pcttibone, 
Rofwell Grant, 
Jofeph Williams, 
Abel Andrus, 
Elijah Chapman, jun 
Samuel \V. Dana, 
Epaph. Champion, 
Ozias Bronfon, 
Aner Bradley, 
James Barker, 
Matthias Nicoll, 
Elifha Boftwick, 
Jonathan Palmer, jun 
Luther Loomis, 
Daniel Holbrook, 
Ezra Wait, 
Jofliua King, 
Auguftine Taylor, 

First Brigade. 

Koah Phelps, Brigadier-General. 

iftRegt. Timothy Seymour, Lieut. Col. Comraandt. 

Matthew Caldwell^ ift Maj. Eliiha Babcock, 2d Maj. 

Simon Clark, Adjutant. Rowland, Chaplain. 

Simeon Grifwold, Quarter-Mafter. Dwell Morgan, 
Surgeon. Jafon Jerome, Surgeon's Mate. 

Second Brigade. 
Auguftus Collins, Brigadier-General.. 
2d Regt. William Lyon, Lieut. Colonel. 
! Benjamin Grannis, ift Maj. Samuel Bellamy, 2d Maj. 
Eneas Munfon, jun. Adjutant. James Dana, Chap- 
lain. Timothy Phelps, Quarter Mafter. Wm. Mill- 
boufe, Pay Mafter. Levi Ives v Surgeon. Nathaniel 
Hubbard, Surgeon's M&K- 

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€aptaitts. 
Marc. Merriman, 
Sam'l Punderfon, 
Step. Woodward, 
Gould Smith, 
John Froft, 
Lemuel Brooks, 
Amafa Bradley, 
Thomas Potter. 



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Lieutenants. 
Jofeph Mix, 
Stephen Ball, 
John RufTell, 
David Benham> 
James Pierpoat, 
Ira Todd, 
Afa Atwater, 
— — Dorman. 



Enfigns, 
Henry I.C 00 Ied£ 
Elilha Monfon, 
Amos Bradley, 
Dav. Trowbridg 
Oliver Todd, 
Lyman Todd, 
Elias Hotchkifs, 
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7th Regt. Jofeph Willcox, 2d. Lieut. Colonel. 

Ala Lay, 1 ft Major, Daniel Brainard, 2d Major, 

Nathan Willcox. 2d. Adjutant. Achilles Mansfielc 

Chaplain. Theophilus Morgan, Quarter-Mailer. J< 

fiah Knott, Pay-Mafter.* William Elliott, Surgeoi 

Benjamin Hill, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ertftgns. 

George Morgan, Elias Crane, *Sam*l Redfield, 

John Brainard, Giles Brainard, NoadiahCone, 
William Tully, RufusClark, Jamcs'-Chaprrrany 

Samv.el Shaylor, David Dickerfon, Huntington May, 
John Pratt, jr.. JabezDenifon, UrialrHayden, 
John Stannard, jr.Nath'aa Kirtland, Peter Spencer, 
Afa Buell, Henry Hill, D an' 1 Lane, 

Ab. Waterhoufe, Wm. Southworth,Edward A. Leet, 
Samuel Stannard, James Thomas, David Spencer, 
Samuel Jones. Dan'l Platts, jr. Geo. Clark, jun* 

10th Regt. Reuben Roys, Lieut. Colonel. 
JEdward Barker, rft Maj. John N. Wadfworth, 2d M$, 
Samuel Woodruff, Adjutant. John Foote, Chaplain. 
John Merriam, Quarter-Mailer. Elifha Whittkrfey, 
2d. Pay-Mailer. Elnathan Beach, Surgeon. Mo&s 
Gaylord, Surgeons Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Et;figns, 

Levi Parker, Caleb J. Hall, Vacant, 
— — Camp, D'l Southmay, jr. Ifrael Camp, 

Aniguftus Cooke, Dickerman Hall, Samuel Coolev, 
Andrew -Hull; Ifaiah Hall, SasMttl Atwater, 



VaelHalJ, Afaph Meniam, John Couc,i y juc 

abez Chalker, Seth Seward, Sam'! Wright, 

:ba. Hitchcock, Robert Hotchkifs,Merriman Cooke, 
ufus Hitchcock. Ebenezer Hale. John Peok, jun. 



7th Regt. James Barker, Lieut. Col. 
Jonath. Todd, ift Maj. Sam'lRobertfon, 2d Maj. 
Jonatfcan Mert-ick, Adjutant. Thomas W. Bray, 
lhaplain. Timothy Meigs, Qaarter-Mafter. Nath'l 
jriffing, Pay-Mafter. Orchard Gould, Surgeon. Da- 
id Brooks, Surgeon's Mate. 

t Captains. Lieutenants. Evftgns. 

Light Infantry Company, 
illiam Brown. Samuel Elliott. Gamal. Con'kling, 
■ * ' ' 
nomas Hart, Nathaniel Fowler,Timothy Stone, 
Samuel Gould, Eli Fowler, Edw'd Baldwin, 

ftufus Norton, Seth Bifhop, James Davis, 

fofiah Mungar, Benja. Willcox, Phinehas Meigs, 
J ofeph Baldwin, Nathan Rofe, Ab'm Wheat on, 
Timo. Rx>fTeter, Gideon Norton, Sam'l Bartlet, 
Solomon Lmdfey, Jofrah Lindfley, John Douglafs, 
Timothy Mungar.Eber Mungar. Benjamin Field. 



32d Regt. Daniel Holbrook, Lieut. Col. 

Joel Hine, ift Major, Samuel Fenn, 2d Major. 
Jefle Beach, Adjutant. William Lockwood, Chap- 
lain. Ifaac De Foreft, Quarter-Mafter. Samuel B. 
Marfhal, Pay-Mafter. Edward Craft, Surgeon. Sam- 
uel Sanford, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enjtgns. 

Jehiel Bryon, Samuel Greene, John Giinn, 
Abel Thompfon, Abijah Smith, Gideon Blackman, 
Theoph.M.Smith,£li Botsford, Abel.Clarke, 
Hez'h Baldwin, Samuel Newton, Vinton Ford, 
^A. Hyde, I. Davis, E. Bucking, 

Eliakim Ferrill, John-Thomas, jr. Peter Perkins, jr. 
Eli Hawkins, Enos Smith, Dan'l MairilJc, 

Elijah Clarke. Da'l Holbrook, jr.Eben. John/on. 



Captains. Lieutenants. Enftgn'S. 

Grenadier Companies. 
Daniel Sackett, • Ab'm Dewitt, Berjamin Bull, , 
MedadHotchkifs. Theo. Thomofon. Samuel Rufiel. 



Third Brigade. 

Vacant, Brigadier-General, 

Jofeph Perkins, Infpe<ftor, and Brigade-Major, 



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3d Regt. John Raymond, Lieut. Colonel. 

Samuel Green, ift Major, Thaddeus Brooks, 2d Maj( 

Nathaniel Raymond, Adjutant. Henry Channir 
Chaplain. Samuel Haynes, Ouarter-Mafter. OH 
Raymond, Pay-Mafter. Thomas Coit, jun. S'&rgeo 
Samuel H. P. Lee, Surgeon' s-Mate. 
Independent') Simeon Smith, Captain. Richard Fc 
Company. 5 dick, Lieut. HallamHempfted, Eniign 
Captains. Lieutenants. Ezfigns. 

Benjamin Holt, Chrif. Manwaring, John Carrol, 
Creorge D. Avery, James Thompfon, Jofeph Emevibn 
Mulf'd Raymond, Samuel Allen, BlifsWilloughby 
Gtih'd Avery, jr. Stephen Prervtiee, Zebulon Rogers 
Stephen Douglafs, Dan'l Waterhoufe, John Waterhcuft 
Benjamin Dart, Philip Morgan, Jafon Beckwith, 
Oliver Comftock, Sam. Bradford, jr. Azel Rogers, 
Wait S. Avery. Henry D. BoHes. Pet. Strickland, j 

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8th Regt. Simeon Avery, Lieut. Colonel." 

David Boardman, I ft Major, Eben'r Avery, 2d Majo: 

Ebenezer Avery, Adjutant. Lemuel Tyler, Chaj 
lain. Ebenezer Morgan, Quarter-Mafter. Williai 
Eldredge, Pay-Mafter. John O. Miner, Surgeon. Bift 
op Tyler, Surgeon* s-Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. E/iJigns. 

Amos Witter, James Cook, David Avery, 

John Chefter, Stephen Morgan, Gurdon Ledyardj 
Jofeph Manley, Ralph Hurlbut, Gilbert Edgcombi 
Thaddeus Cook, Wm. Cogfwell, Elima Lefter, 
Mofes Tyler, Elima Prentice, Daniel Adams, 
Ebenezer Packer, Gideon Niles, Rofwell Fiih, 



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m. A. Morgan, Eton' r Morgan, Stephen Morgan, 
! Q ;| lohnfon SafTord, Sanford Morgan, John Safford, 



aniel Averv. Richard Geer. Gurdon Geer. 



Hh Regt. Jofepli Williams, Lieut. Colonel. 

;ben'r Tracy, lit Major, Zach. Huntington, 2d Major. 
James Lanman, Adjutant. Jofeph Strong, Chaplain. 
imeon Breed, guarter-Mafter. Levi Coit, Pay-iytaP- 
er. John Turner, Surgeon. Jedidiah Burnham, 
urgeon's-Mate. 

CiiJ>ttn'nj. "Lieutenants. JLnfigns. 

Matrofs Company. 
~) Henry S. Cobb, 
ho's L. Thomas. > Thomas Mar mall, 
^ Gurdon Huntington. 

• Light Infantry. 
?eleg Tracy. Thomas Tracy. Cuming EeHs. 

Grenadier Company. 
Iben'r Bufnnefl. Daniel Lord. Timothy Lefte*. 

Infantry, 

orge Dennis, Benjamin Tracy, Gurdon Giffords, 

f |01iver Johnfon, Eleazer Tracy, Calvin Tracy, 

Samuel Bifhbp, Andrew Clark, Reu. Willoughby, 

Afa Benjamins, Simeon Morgan, Nath ; l Kimble, 

"fa Fitch, John Hough, Uriah Downer, 

la Armlh-ong, Cherub Abel, John Munfell, 

ivight Ripley, Peter Lanman, jr. Simeon Hubbard, 

[John Bingham. Hez. Kingfley. Afahel Bottom. 

30th Regt. Jonathan Palmer, Lieut. Colonel. 
Elias S. Palmer, ill Major, Edward Swan, 2d Major. 
' Paul Wheeler, 'Adjutant. Hezekiah N. Woodruff, 
Chaplain. Stephen Avery, guarter-Mafter. Rufus 
Wheeler, Pay-Matter. Afa Spaulding, Surgeon. Wsu 
Robin fon, Surgeon's- Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enftgns. 

Eph'xn Williams, Paul Babeock, JelTe Stanton, 



John Baldwin, 
Nathan Br ov? n, jr. 
Ifaac Williams, jr.. 
Park Williams, 
Charles Crandail, 
David Main, 
Amos Palmer. 



< tt ) 

Stephen Meach, Daniel 'Meacl I 
William Randall , I cftabod Bro w 
• Caleb Green, Nath'l Plumb 

Thomas Crary, Jonathan Fifh 
gjofeph Chapman, Stanford Palm^ 
Jephtha Brown, Edward Holm 
Jonathan Crary. Oliver Cobb. 



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33d Regt. Ezra Wait, Lieut. Colonel. 

Lemuel Lee, ift Major, Thomas Anderfon, 2d Ma 
Jofiah G. Ely^ Adjutant. David Higgins, -.Chapl; 1 
Selden Warner, Quarter-Mafter. Barnabas Lord, P' 
Mailer. John Noyes, Surgeon. 

Captains. hteittemmts. Ettfigxs, 

Seth Ely, David M. Jewett,March Ely, 

Richard M'Curdy,Enoch -Lord, " Wm. Sterling, 
Nehemiah Smith, Daniel Peck, 
Wat'rsBeckwith, David Avery, 
Jofeph Smith, Simeon Smith, Jedidiah Beebe, 
George Beckwith, Jofiah G. Ely, Ezra Giliet, 
Richard E. Selden,Selden Warner, Ab'r Comftock, | 
^Stephen Miner, Noah Beebe, 
Daniel Ayres. Marvin Huntley. Eliiha Smith, 



FOUKTH BRIGADE. 

Elijah :Abel, Brigadier-General. 

34th Regt. Jofhua King, Lieut. Col. 
* Jofeph Seely, ift Major, David O-lmftead, Z& Major, 
'Richard Hall Fitch, Adjutant. Matthias Burnett 
Chaplain. Stephen St. John, Quarter-Mailer. Taylo 
Sherman, Pay-Mafter. Jonathan Knight, Surgeon. Jo 
feph Silliman, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenatzts. Enftgns. 

Job Smith, Jofiah Thatcher, Thomas Belden^ 

Afa Raymond, Sam'l Stebbins, > Nathan Seely, 
Daniel Bouton, Clap Raymond, 
Steph. Lockwood, Stephen Hayt, 
David Keeler, Hez'h Betts, 
Ifaac- S. Ifaac s, Ifaac OJLmitcad, 



William Fitch, 
Nath. Dauchy, }r« 
Stephen Wood, 
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niel Betts, Thomas Hait, Caleb Bcnedift. 
in Hanibrd, Zadock Kaymond,Sanr*l Pennoycr, 
hem. Hanfbrd, Matthi. St. John, John Hurlbut, 
nes Bealy, David Street, Ifaac Wheeler. 
^ ithan San£6rd. Samuel Burrill, 
Ifaac St. John, jr. 



[d Regt. Samuel W. Dana, Lieut. Col. 
Giles Curtifs, ift Maj. Jonathan Bowers, 2d Maj> 
John Fiik, Adjutant. Samuel Bigelow, Quarter- 
after. Jofeph Blague, Pay-Mailer. Eliiha Phelps, 
rgeon. William B. Hall, Surgeons Mate. 



Gap tains. 
chard Alfop, 
:muel Storrs, 
^ph's Sage, 
:nj. Gilbert, 
hn Bidwell, 
i Willcox, 
•hn Park, 
ephen Turner, 



Lieutenants. Enftgns. 

Daniel HenJhaw, Thomas Leveritt, 



Jofeph Starr, 
John Prout, 
David Hall, 
Selah Savage, 
John Strong, 
Eliiha Coe., 
Sparrow Smith, 



imothy Rogers, Wili'm Harris, 
nathan Miller, Abner Sage, 
►feph Pelton. 



Green'ld H. Knap* 
Samuel White, 
Samuel Cotton, 
Samuel Willcox, 
Simeon North, 
Anfel Brainerd, 
Oliver Bailey, 
Samuef Brower, 
Timo. Roberts, . 
Sarn'l Pemield. . 



:h Regt. Aaron JSarlow, Lieut. Col. 
Andrew L. Hill, ift Maj. Burr Gilbert. 2d Maj. 
Samuel Jarvis, Adjutant. Timothy Dwight, Chap- 
in. . Hezekiah Hawley, Quarter-Mailer. Samuel 
arlow,. Pay-Mafter. David Rogers, Surgeon. Tho- 
.as Peck, Surgeon's Mate. 

Lieutenants-, Enfigns. 

Elijah Robbins, Thomas Willfon, "; 
Bain's L. Sturges,Aa'il B. Sturges, 
Jeflup Taylor, Ab'm Morehoule, 
William Hill, Jofeph Hill, 
Benj'n Meeker, Stephen Gray, 



Captains. 
ouM Silliman, 
lerfliom Burr, 
itill'm Bennet, 
■enjamin Hull, 
pavid Jackfon, 



|dbert Lockwood,Morehoufe Caby, Hez'a Dikeman, 



Daniel Gray, Alban Bradley, Miles Murwiaf ' 

Lazarus Hull, . Eli Lyon, Hatt Bennet, 

Cyrus Brinfmade. Will'm Gregory. Ifaac Bennet. 



9th Regt. Ebenezer Mead, Lieut. Col. 

Alexander Mills,, ift Maj. Hanford Hait, 2d Maj 
Adjutant Vacant. Ifaac Lewis, Chaplain. IfJ 

Mead, (Xiarter-Mafter. Ebenezer Mead, jr. Pay-M 

ter. Shadrach Mead, Surgeon. Stephen Rockw< 

Surgeon's Mate. 



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1 . Captains. Lieutenants, Enfigns. 

Jofeph Brown, Ebenezer Hait, Enos Waterimr 
Ifaac Smith, Ebenezer jeflup, Timo. Reynold: 

Amos Hobby, Henry Wicks, Ebenezer Webb 
Kehemiah Brown,Benjamin Hobby, Natir*l Brown, 
Frederick Hayt, Jafper Mead, Jotham Wilfon, 
Samuel Mills, Abraham Davis, Jared Smith* 
Jojin M'Coy, Alexander Grigg, 

David Waterbury, Samuel Mills, 
David Hufiead. Samuel Dean, 

Strong S targes. 

28th Regt. Agur Judfon, Lieut. Col. 
Matthias Nichol, ift Maj. Edmund Curtifs, 2d Maj< 
Cyrus Hawley, Adjutant. David Ely, Chaplain, 
lima T. Mills,' Ouarter-Mafter. Phi'lo judfon, Pa 
Mafter. John Lefter, Surgeon. Lewis Burr, Sul 
geon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants* Eufigns* 

Jofeph Defouft, Samuel Curtifs, Philip FairchiidJ 
David Sherwood, Aaron Hubbell, John strong, 
P. Judfon, E. J. Willcoxfon, Jere.W.Beardfle 

David B. Newton,Eli(ha A. Clarke, Wolcott Hurd, I 
Gerfhom Turney,Cyrus Hawley, James Beardfleyl 
George Keily, J abez Beardiley, John Willcoxfon! 
A'w LeavenworthElias Wheeler, Amos Ofborn, 
Thad. Beardfley, Henry Curtifs, Levi Shelton, 
Andrew Curtifs, Eph'm Beardfley. Wells Judfon, 
Robert Wetnwet John Thompfon J 



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Fifth Brigade. 

Mofes Cleveland, Brigadier-Gei^ral. 

JohnM'Clellan, Brigade-Major. 



lajlh Regt. Abel Simmons, Lieut. Colonel. 

jJebbeus Larabee, I ft Major, Elijah Simons, 2d Myjot** 
.Jjohn N. Sumner, Adjutant. Mofes Cook Welch, 
^fhaplain. Confider Young, Quarter Matter, Samuel 
jerkins, Pay-Mafter. Leonard Bacon, Surgeon. R071 
v Brewfter, Surgeon's Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Enjig/.s. 

{ V "ho's Stedman, jr.Tho. Williams,jr. Benjamin Clark, 
'J 5 /illiam Young, Jonath. Robinfon, Eliphalet Young, 
Vahiel Crocker, John Salter, E. Huntington, ji\ 

» William Judd, Jonath. Kingfley, Vaniah Palmer, 
HofwellBurnham,Afaph Smith, Amos Snow, 

IdmM Freeman, Royal Storrs, Nath'l Burnham^ 
acob Holt, Samuel Fuller, William Bennet, 

hubaelDimmick, Stephen Rufs, Artemas Gurley, 
Nathan Burnham, Benjamin Owen, Smith Kendal, 
|)aniel Knouiton, Ezra Smith. John Warren, jr. 

penj'n Hancks. 



j|[ith Regt. Lemuel Grofvenor, Lieut. Colonel. 
Jijah Williams, ift Major. James Danielfon, 2dMajo*. 
David Holmes, Adjutant. William Groves, Chaplain- 
mos Paine, Quarter-Matter. Noadiah Ruflel, juik 
ay-Mafter. Jared Warner, Surgeon. Thomas Hub* 
ard, Surgeon' s-Mate. 

Captains. Lieutenants. Ev.figns. 

•Villard Child, Wm. Sawyer, 

lugu'it. Learned, Noad'hRufiell, jr. Prentice Burrow-*, 
Nath'nGrofvenor,Philip Wittey, Win. W. Cheney, 
r anford Holmes, Leonard Mafon, Bavid Friiiell, ' 
r obert Torry, David Broun, N. Alexander, 
. W. Williams, Stephen Froft, David Deniion, 
John Day, David Day, Luther Wavrcu, 

Chefter Convers, Elijah Crofby, Jonathan Ejlis, 
jEiia'i Child, Ephraim Ma'v, \y illiam Mav, 

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Peter Ingals, Ephraim Ingals, Samuel Sumntf^ 

John Bates, Wyman Carrol, Samuel. J.oflin, ' 

Elias Child, 2d. Elifha Gage, Elijah Perry, 

Amos Goodwell, John Whitmore. Ifrael Upham. 
John Lawrence. 

I2th Regt. Daniel Tilden, Lieut. Colonel. 

John Gilbert, lft Major, Whiting Backus, 2d Major 

Ambrofe Dutton, Adjutant. Timothy Stone, Cha. 

Iain. William Huntington, Quarter-Mafter. Afa Du 

ton, Pay-Mafter. David Sutton, Surgeon. JohnPierc 

Surgeon' s-Mate. 

Ciptains. hunt en ants. Enjtgi.*. 

James Mafon, David Med calf, Eliphalet Dewey^ 
Salmon Champion, Charles Gillet, Zeb. Hyde, 
Daniel Phelps, Ele'r Richardibn, Eraftus Phelps, 
Ifaac Tickner, SethBartlett, Hez. Hartihorny 
Amos Fowler, Elifha Buell, 
Nathan Smith, Benoni Clark, 
Ruflel Wells, Ralph Mack 



Wyman Parker, John Wilks, 
Abraham Wilcox, Jonathan Cole. 
Afa Torrey. 



Caleb Starke, 
Jofeph Carrier, ji 
Benjamin Buell, 
Oliver Ingham, 
Barthol. Turner 



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[Two not named in Roger M'Call. 
regimental ^return.] 

2 1 ft Regt. Luther Bingham, Lieut. Col. 

Abel Andros, ift Maj. Shubael Hutchins, 2d Maj. 

Phinehas Pierce, Adjutant. Solomon Morgan, Chap 
lain. William P. Cleveland, guarter-Mafter. Pain 
Cleaveland, Pay-Mafter. JarebDyer, Surgeon. Rufu 
Johnfon, SurgeoivVMate. 



Captains. 
Vacant. 



Lieutenants. 
Matrofs Company. 
Ifaac Fuller,' 
Miubael Brown, 
Jabez Wincheiter. 



Enftgn 



David Litchfield, Rofwell Parifh, Ebenezer Adams 
Jeduiiah Johnfon, Jacob Cleveland, James Smith, 
John Douglafs, jr. Mofes Branch, jr. L©vi Robinfon, 



( *7 ) 

&QlBtAh UaVcm, Seth Clarke, AfaelEaron, 

)fq>h Kennedy, John DougSafs, Jonathan Hunter, 

harles Miller, Jonath. Packhnrft,Wat'n J hcphcrd, 

oah Cole, Anthony krown, Elifha Perkins, 

tofes Robbins, Loring Robin", Jofcph Palmer, 

>«1 Day, Rofwell Fairmcd, J ucob Rude, 

liiha Bowman. Rofwell Morgan. Berj. Wood. 

5th Regt. of Cavalry. 
Jacob Loomis, Major Commandant. 

Nathaniel Huntington, Ac'jutant. direr Dedge, 



h plain. 
C.lpt.VKS 



'jptiiifis. Lh-ut 'cnavts. Cornets, 

imothy Prince, f helrer C hild, Jol.nVv . ChandW, 
num Fitch, S. ^efilonr., Jthfi NsVcomb, 

|>hn Clark, Iiaiah Loomis, Tirno. l*&nmxc»rd. 

Hjot Morgan. Jofeph Metcalf, Amos lady. 

EphraimB. Hav, 
Abel Abbe, 
Cyrus Spalding, 
E raft us Ho ugh. 



SfxrH Brigade. 
Timothy Skinner, Brigadier-General. 



Seventh Brigade. 
Henry Champion, 2d. Brigadier-General. 



Eighth Brigade. 
David Judfon, Brigadier-General. 

3th Regt. Nathaniel Mitchel, Lieut. Co4. 
Joel Hinnian, lit Msj. Ephraim I Human, 2d MaJ. 
I William Preiton, Adjutant. Noah Benedict, Chap- 
Lin. Timothy Hinman, Quarter-Mailer, jtfi Prti-. 
|on, Pay-Mafter. Nathaniel Perry, 3urgeon. Antho*- 
|:y Burrel, SurgeonVMate. 

Ciptaivs. LieuttnMits. E?;figf;s. 

jo.(hua Church, Ab'm Browlifcn, Adam Wagon er^ 
iben. Thomaij Frec'n Ruliards, Nath'I Bacc 



con, 



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Barfim. Fabrigue, Afa Stoddard, David Hammond 

Amos Mitchel, Sam'I Weller, M. Leavenworth' 

G. H.Cunningham, Abij ah Mitchel, Sam'I Seward, 

Pitfngas Smith, Bethuel Treaty Setli Minor* 

Sam'I Walker, Frund Smith, James Hinman, 
ITehem. Lambeet,Tho's Thompfon^Daniel Jackfon f 

johnBulford. AfU Ofborne. Hez'h Hine. 

J 6th Regt. Timothy Taylor, Lieut. Col. 

David Baldwin, lit Maj. jufhis Barnum, 2d Maj. 

Lfaac Iyer., Adjutant. Timothy Langdon, Chaplain 
£dws,£ i 3s Ely, (Quarter. Mailer. Bennet Perry, Suii 
g£Oii. Joieph Trowbridge, SurgeonVMate. 

Ciptan;?. Lieutenants. \ Knfigvs. 

N it hau Bouglafs, John P#rry # lfaac Rockwell, 

iXmiel CroPt, William Birch, Silas B. Judion^ 
"VV m f'orreiler^ John Botsford, Will'ni Chappely ; 
jo;e££l Karnum, Aiexan. M'Lean, Bennet jiuftbn, ' ; 
E-ios jo'mibn,- Benjamin Feck, Abel Barnum, 
'E ifa Northrapy Ezra Sherman, Abijah B. Curtifir 
Thomas Hodge, Benj. Bearfs, jr. Eli Bearfs, 
Ivlo". K. Botsi'ord, Comfort Iluggies^Afa l^orthrop. 
Samuel Barnum, Il^Hel Whkc r 
Jehu Rider. Adam S. Clark, 

Nathan Dibble. 



26th Regt. Aner Bradley, Lieut. Col. 
Daniel Potter, lit Maj. Wm. Leavenworth, 2d Maj. 
Jeile Hopkins, Adjutant. Uriel Gridley, Chaplain 
Luke Potter, Quarter- Maiter. John Kingfbury, Pay 
Ma&er. Ifaac Baldwin, Surgeon. John Elton, S'j| 
^aon- srMatJe-. 

Qtypk&i** Lieutenants. Enfigns^ 

Oliver "stosughto?!, John Adams, Amoj Seymour* 

Titus Darrow, Jac. ITemmingfey James Scovill, 
Herman M union, Amafa Talmadgejobn Hichox, 
Noah Baldwin, Afa Darrow, Jofeph Switchel, 

.V.Hiha FroiV, John Kingibury, Eleazer Judd, 

Street Richards, Mark Warner, Titus Hotchkifs, 
Oileb Hichox, Amos Tims, Allen \>W^ X 






i °y ) 

muel Fenn, Ruins Loc:kwbod,Mi!e$ Newton, 

red SerrilJ, Levi Brownfon, Samuel Se\mour, 

aniel Smith, Eph'm Tuttlc, Sam. Buckingham, 

faac Ju£J. Walter Judd. James Merimun. 

9th Regt. David Judfon, Lieut. Col. 

Elima Boflwick, ift M?.j. Perry Ave rill, 2d M; j. 

Thomas Farmer, Adjutant. Ithamar Canfield, Pay- 
ftaftef. Aflier Canfislci, Ouarter-Malter. Seth Haft- 
ngs, Surgeon. Chauncy Lowry, Surgeon' s-Matc. 
Captains. huutcnar.ts. E^fi^ns. 

[Sebe. Sturdevant,Nath'l Spooner, Peter Pratt, jr. 
£ph'm Tanner, John Barnuni, Salmon Sackett, 
3zeas Buel, Jofeph Eafion, Abner Ilollifrer, 

ISich. S. Mafters, Ben. fc ]BoftWick,Bet>ce Htne, 
joieph Squire, Eliiha Downs, Elizur Warner, 
John Baldwin, Eriggs Ingcrfol, Stephen Beacher, 
Eli Todd, Revilo Fuller, Ithiel Carter, 

Reuben Warner, Richard Elliot, Richard Elliot, 
Stiles Goodfel, Eb. Trowbridge, John Hatch, 
Joieph Whittlefey.Ebenezer Peet. George C. Smith. 

Governor's Guard, in Hartford. 



Captain. Licuti 


•nant. 


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George Bull. Jofeph 


Day. 


Vacant. 


Majors oe 1 


&e Cavalry. 


Andrew Hillier, Major 
Andrew Hull, jr. do. 


of the firft Regiment 
2d do. 


Jofeph Smith, do. 
Joieph Walker, do. 
Jacob Looinils, do. 
Elihu Lewis, do. 




3d do. 
4th do. 
5th do. 
6th do. 


David Lyman, do. 
Robert Hannah, do. 




7th do. 

8th do, 



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8th Regiment of Cavalrv. 

Robert Hannah, Major Commandant. 

John Tallmadge, Adjutant. Azel Backus, Chaplai* 

Abner Wheeler, Quarter-Matter. William Mofeley 

Pay-Mafter. Titus Hull, Surgeon. George D. Kai 

fon, Sergeant-Major. johnFabrigue, Quarter-Maite; 



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Sergeant. 
ift Company. 



2d Company. 



3d Company. 



4th Company. 



>eth Martin, Captain. 
Friend Clarke, I ft Lieut. 
Oliver Parmele, 2d do. 
Billy Ambler, Cornet. 
Nathaniel Gregory, Captain. 
Afahel Benedict, ift Lieut. 
Seth Comftock, 2d do. 
Abijah Peck, jr. Cornet. 
Thomas Cole, Captain. 
Edmund Lockwood, ift Lieut. 
John Glazeer, 2d do. 
Abijah Fenn, Cornet. 
William Taylor, Captain* 
John Tallmadge, I ft Lieut. 
Simeon Mitchel, 2d do. 
Stephen Chittendon, Cornet. 



[The foregoing lift is the M*fi accurate that the Editor 
ctuld obtain from official and private fources. He had 
fintterfi himfelf with the idea of publishing a general re- 
fam ; and to iWeQ it, made eonjiderable exertions, and wttt 
obligingly affured of the affiance of the Adjutant-Genera^ 
from whom he received a copy of all the returns made t* 
'his ojjite^ accompanied -with the following letter.^ 

Norwich, Nov. M, ITf* 
SIR, 
X? "ROM the order of his Excellency the Captain-Gej 
V n jral of this ftate, refpefting the pun&uaUty and 
•orreetnefs of the military returns, I had no doubt but 
;t would have been within my power to comply with 
Vj0ll , _ , uc ^ .. TV » h;;ve furniflicd a compete lift of W 



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fliceiV names now in commiffion in this {late, that 

hey might have been published in your rcgiftcr of this 

ear ; but tor ibme caufe, they have been received 

ut partially ; thofe which have come to hand, are now 

fejJInclofed. I regret^ that the gentlemen whole duty it 

}JU to make returns, mould have neglected their duty 

.jJffn this particular ; and hope that their punctuality in 

uture will prevent any complaint on my part, of itu- 

ril/ty to gratify the public with a complete and accu- 

ate lift for publication. / am, &?. 

EBENEZER HUNTINGTON, 
Adjutant-Glneral. 



COURTS in the State of CONNECTICUT, 

Supreme Court of Errors. 

AT Hartford, the Tuefday fave one next before the 
fecond Thurfday in May. At New-Haven, the 
Tuefday fave one next before the fecond Thurfday in 
October. 

SUPERIOR COURTS. 

AT Haddam, the laft Tuefday in December. Mid-- 
| dletown, the laft Tuefday fave one in July. New-Ha- 
ven, the ift Tuefday in January and laft Tuefday ui 
l July. Fairfield, the 3d Tuefday in January. Danbu- 
ry, the 2d Tuefday in Auguft. Litchfield, the laft 
Tuefday in January and 3d in Auguft. Hartford, the 
2d Tuefday in February and ift Tuefday in September. 
Tolland, the 4th Tuefday in February. V/indham, the 
Ift Tuefday in March and 3d Tuefday in September. 
Norwich, the 3d Tuefday in March. New-London, 
the 4th Tuefday in September. 

COURTS of COMMON PLEAS. 

AT Hartford, the ift Tuefday s in April andNovem- 
ber. Hew- Haven, the 3d Tuefday in March and 4th 
Tuefday in November. New-London, the 2d Tuef- 
day in June. Norwich, the 4th Tuefday in November. 
Fairfield, the 3d Tuefday in April. Danbury, the 3d 



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Tuefday in November. Windham, the %i Tuefday ill 
Auguir. and 2d Tnefday in December. Litchfield, th< | 
4 th Tnefday in March and 3d Tnefday in September jj 
Middletov/n, the 2d Tnefday in November. Hacklam.j 
the i ft Tnefday 111 April. Tolland, the 2d Tnefday is | 
February and 3d Tnefday in September. 

COURTS in the State of RHODE-ISLAND. 

Supreme Courts. 

AT Newport, the ift Monday in March, z.nd lafVin 
AuguS. Providence, the 3d Monday in March, 
and 2d in September. S. Kingfton, the ift Monday in 
April and Oclober. Briftbi; the 2d Monday in April 
and October. Eaft-Greenwich, the 4th Monday in A 
phi and 3d in October. ~ 

INFERIOR COURTS. 

At Newport, the laft Monday in May, and 3d in No- 
vember. Providence, the 3d Mondays in June and 
December. S. Kingiton, the 3d Monday in February, 
and fecond in ^.uguft. Briflol, the ift Mondays in 
January and July. Eaft-Greenwich, the 3d Mondays 
in July and January. 

COURTS iii the Commonwealth of MASSA- 
CHUSETTS. 

Supreme Judicial Courts. 

AT Bofton, the 3d Tnefday in February and the. 
la^l Tuefday in Auguft. Ipfwich, the 3d Tnefday 
in June. Salem, the lit Tuefday in November. Cam- 
bridge, the laft Tuefday in October. Concord, the id 
Tuefday in April. Northampton, the lail Tuefday 
in April. Springfield, the 4t'« Tuefday in September, 
Plymouth, the 3d Tuefday in May. Barnftable, the] 
Wednefday next preceding t f ? 3d Tuefday in May.*— j 
Taunton, the Tuefday preceding the lad Tuefday in ! 
Oaober. York, the* 4th Tuefday in June. Worcef- 



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V" 1 er, the Tuefday next preceding the laft Tuefday in A* 

Jf er >ril, and the 3d Tuefday iu September. Portland, the 

■^ Tuefday next following the 4th Tuefday in June. 

Pownalborough, the 2d Tuefday next following the 4th 

Tuefday in June. Lenox, the ift Tuefday in October* 

COURTS of Common Pleas. 

AtEofton, on the ift Tuefday in July,- the ift Tuef- 
day in January,- the firft Tuefday in October, and the 
£d Tuefday in April. Ipfwicb, the ift Tuefday in A- 
p'ril. Salem, the 2d Tuefday in July. Newburyport, 
the laft Tuefday in September. Cambridge, the lafl 
!|Tuefday in November. Concord, the 3d Tuefday in 
'J* 1 March, and 2d Tuefday in September. Springfield,, 
the 3d Tuefday in January, Northampton, the ift 
Tuefday in September and 3d in May. Plymouth, the 
2d Tuefday in April, the 2d Tuefday in Aiiguft, and 
3d Tuefday in November. Barnitable, the ift Tuef- 
day in April, and ift Tuefday in November. Taun- 
ton, the 2d Tuefday in March and the 2d Tuefday in 
September. York, the 3d Tuefday in April. Water- 
borough, the 4th Tuefday in Auguft. Biddcfbrd, the 
2d Tuefday in November. Edgartcn, the 3d Tuefday- 
in April. Tifbury, the laft Tuefday in October. Sher- 
burne, the laft Tuefday in March, and ift Tuefday in 
October. Worceftcr, the Tuefday next preceding the 
laft Tuefday in March, on the laft Tuefday of A\jguft r 
and on the ift Tuefday in December. Portland, the 
laft Tuefday in May, and 3d Tuefday in October. 
Nev-Gloucefter, the ift Tuefday in January. Hallo- 
well, on the 2d Tuefday in January. Pownalborough, 
the ift Tuefday in June". Waldboreue;^, the 2d Tuef- 
day in September. Lenox, the 2d Tuefday in Septem- 
ber, the ift Tuefday in January and 3d in April. 

COURTS in the State of NEW-HAMPSHIRE. 



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Superior Courts. 
T Poitfmouth, the laft Tuefday in April. At Exe- 
ter* the third Tuefday in September. At Dover, the 



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*hird Tueftay in April and fecond in September* At _ 
Amherft, the fecond Tuefday in May, and the fir A in P 
October. At Charleftowa, the third Tuefday in Mnjf. 
At Keene, the fecond Tuefday in October. At Ply^ 
mouth, the fourth Tuefday in May. And at Haverhill, |j4 
the third Tuefday in October. 

Inferior Courts in New-Hampfhire. 
At Portfmouth, the firft Tuefday in February, and 
the laft Tuefday in May. At Exeter, the fecond 
Tuefday in Auguft, and firft Tuefday in November* 
At Moultonborough, the third Tuefday in June. At 
Gilmantown, the third Tuesday in Auguft and Novem- 
ber. At Dover, the third Tuefday in February. At 
Amherft, the fecond Tuefday in March, June and De- 
cember, and the firft Tuefday in September. At 
Keene, third Tuefday in March and June. At Chariei- 
town, the fecond Tuefday in September, and third 
Tuefday in December. At Plymouth, the firft Tuef- 
day in September and December. And at Haverhill, 
the firft Tuefday in March and June. 



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Atm 

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Sittings of the Federal COURTS in the 
United States of America. 



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SUPREME COURT. 

AT the Seat of Government, on the firft Mondays 
in February and Auguft annually. 

CIRCUIT COURTS. 

Eafiern Circuit. 

In New-Hampfhire, at Portfmouth, the 27th day of 
May ; and at Exeter, the 24th of October. 

In Vermont, at Windfor and Bennington, alternate- 
ly, on the 1 2th day of May, at Windfor in May, 1795. 

In MafTachufetts, at Bofton, on the 7th day of June, 
and the 12th of October. 

In Rhode-lfland, at Newport, on the 19th of June, 
znd at Providence, on the 7th of November. 

In Connecticut, at New-Haven, on the 25th day of 
April, aad at Hartfprd r on the 25th of September, 



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In New -York, at New- York, on the 5th days of A- 
itjril and September. 
ftJ Middle Circuit. 

ffl In New-Jerfey, at Trenton, on the 2d days of April 
N n a October. 

In Pennfylvania, at Philadelphia, on the nth days 
f April and Oftobcr. 
,B| In Delaware, at New-Caftle, on the fecond Monday 
r,( |i June, and at Dover on the 27th day of October. 
;ii In Maryland, at Annapolis, on the 7th day of May, 
I |nd at Eafton, on the 7th of November. 
* In Virginia, at Richmond, on the 22d days of May 
^ |nd November. 

Southern Circuit. 
fl In North Carolina, at Raleigh, on the firft day of 
•June, and on the 30th of November, 
I In South-Carolina, at Charlefton, on the 25th day of 
pcrober, and at Columbia, on the 12th of May. 

In Georgia, at Savannah, on the 25th day of April, 
.nd at Augufta, on the 8th of November. 

irVhen any of the above Days happen on a Sunday, the 
Court is to be held on the Monday following. 

DISTRICT COU RTS. 

[T N the Diftric"fc of Maine, at Portland and Pownal-' 
I A borough, alternately, on the lit Tuefday of March, 
third Tuefday of June, firft Tuefdays of September 
(and December. 

Lin New-Hampfhire, alternately, at Portfmonth and 
xeter, on the third Tuefdays in March, June, Sep- 
tember and December. 

In Vermont, at Windfor and R-utland, alternately, 

on the ift Mondays of Feb'y, May, Aug. and Novem, 

In Maflachufctts, alternately at Boflon and Salem, 

On the 3d Tuefday in March, the 4th Tuefday in June, 

the 2d Tuefday in September and firft in December. 

In . Rhodc-Ifiand, at Newport and Providence alter- 



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nately, mi the firft Mondays of February, May, Augufl 
and November. 

In Connecticut, alternately at Hartford and New<. 
Haven, on the third Tuefdays in February, May, Au- 
guft and November. 

In New- York, at the city of New- York, on the firfl 
Tuefday in February, May, Auguft and November. 

In New-Jerfey, at Burlington and New-Brunfwickj 
alternately, on the firft Tuefdays in February, May, 
Auguft and November. 

In Pennfylvania, at Philadelphia, on the third Mon- 
days in February, May, Auguft and November. 

In Delaware, alternately at Dover and Newcaftle, 
on the fourth Tuefdays in February, May, Augufl 
and November. 

In Maryland, at Eafton and Baltimore, alternately. 
On the firft Tuefday in March, June, Sept. and Dec 

In Virginia, alternately at Williamfburg and Rich- 
mond, on the third Tuefdays in March, June, Septem- 
ber and December. 

In Kentucky, at Frankfort, on the third Tuefdays 
in March, June, September and December. 

In North Carolina, at Newbern, Wilmington andE- 
denton, in rotation, on the firft Monday in Jan'y, April, 
July and October ; beginning at Newbern in 5 792. 

In South-Carolina, at Charlefton, on the third Mon-i 
clay in March and September ; the firft Monday in July, 
and fecond Monday in December. 

In Georgia, at Savannah, on the fecond Tuefday ia 
February, May and Auguft j and at Augufta the fec- 
ond Tuefday in November. 



POST-OFFICE ESTABLISHMENT. 

Jofeph. Eaberjbam, Poft-Mafter-General, Salary 2400 dol.; 
" Charles Burrell, Afllftant, Salary 1200 dollars. 

The General Port-Office is to be kept at the Seat of 
Government^ and the Poft-Mafter General to be al- 
lowed four Clerks, their Salaries 500 dollars each% 



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RATES of POSTAGE. 



e„ Jingle letter 30 miles, 6 cts. 
60 8 cents. 
100 10 cents. 
150 12 & half. 
200 I 5 cents. 



Letters 150 miles, 17 cents. 

359 2& cents. 

453 22 cv«f/. 

More than 450 25 c<7/*jy 



No allowance is to be made for intermediate miles. 

Every double Letter is to pay double the faid rates ; 

triple letter, triple ; a packet weighing one ounce, ut 
he rate of fourfingle letters for each ounce.* 

Letters palling by fea in packets of the United States, 
ire to pay for a Angle letter 8 cents ; for a double let- 
:er 16 cents ; a triple letter 24 cents ; but thofe brought 
n private veflels are to pay only 4 cents each. 

No vefTel can be permitted to report, make entry, or 
weak bulk, until the mafter has delivered to the Poft- 
jpafter all the letters brought in his veilel, except thofc 
for the owner or confignee. 

Lift of the Pod Towns in the United States* 

From Paffamaauodj to Georgia, -with the Crofs Roads* 

The kuo-wlcdge of -which may be ufefulto thefe -a ho forward. 
Letters to the different parts of the United States. 

Middletown, 

New-Haven,. 

Stratford, 

Fairfield, 

Norwalk, 

Stamford. 

New-York. 
Kingfbridge, 
New-York. ' 

Nezi'-Jerfey. 
Newark, 
Elkabctii-Towft 



\piftrift of Maine. Portfmouth. 
JPafiamaquody, MaJJachufetts. 

Machias, Newburyport, 

Pcnobfcotf Ipfwich, 

Wifcaflet, Beverly, 

Bath, Salem, 

Brunfwick, Lynn, 

North- Yarmouth, Bolton, 
Portland, Worcester, 

Biddeford, Springfield. 

Wells, Cottnertfcut. 

Iork ? Hartford, 

I 



Bridgetown, 
Woodbridge, 
New-Brui4fwick 

New- Jet-fey. 
Princeton, 
Trenton. 

Pe&rifylvani'a, 
Briflol, 
P&ii&tterjihiaji . 
Chefter. 

. De/awarr. 
Wilmington, 
Ghriltiarta-Bridjge 

Msirylatftf. 
Eiktori, 



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Charleftown, 

Havre-de-Grace, 

Harford, 

Baltimore*, 

Bladenburg, 

Georgetown. 

Virginia 
Alexandria, 
Golchefter, 
Dumfries, 
Fredentkfkurg, 
Bowling Green, 
• Hanover, 
Richmond^ 
Petersburg; 



Halifax, 
Tarrburg, 
Smithfield, 
Fayetteville. 

Swth-Caroiin*» 
Greenville, 
Camden, 
Gharleftow n, 
Columbia, 
Cambridge. 

Gtorgik* 
Auguifta 5 
SaVannah, 



The diftance from PafTamaquody to Savan&ah, ia 
Georgia, is about 1560 miles- 

Croft Poa Roads. 

FROM Pittfton in the. piftrielt of Maine, to Wifcai 
fe t ; froni Hallowell to iSforridgewocic.; from D^ 
ver, in New-Hampfhire, through Berwick to Water 
borough, and from thence to kennebunk ; from Portf 
mouth, through Dover, Rochefter, and Moultbnbo 
rbugh, to Plymouth, iin Vermont ; from Plymouth it 
Portsmouth by New-Hampton, Mereciith, Gilmantown 
Nottingham and Durham ; the poft to go and return < 
the faid Route alternately. 

From Satem to, Marbleheaci and Glocefter. Fre* 
Boflon to Taunton, NeAv-feedford and Nantucket.*** 
From Boft^u to Plymouth and Barnftable. From Bof 
ton to Warren, Briftol and Newport, on Rhode-Ifland 

From Providence to Woree^er. 

From,Netfpc>rt to Wefterly, Stonington, New-LonJ 
don, Sayljrook, Guilford and New-Haven. 

From Springfield to Northampton, Greenfield, Bra*. 
tleborbugh, and Weltminfter ; to Charleftown in New- 
Hampshire, Windsor in Vermont, thence to Dart^<#sg&J 
College in Haadver, i a ;New-Hampflike. 



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From Springfield to Stockbridge, and ftiaderheok, 
in New- York State. 

From Hartford to Middletown and New- London. 

From New-London to Norwich, Windham and 
Hartford. 

From Providence to Norwich, New-London and 
Sew-Haven. 

From New-York> byLiftchfleld to Hartford, through 
(lidgefield, Danbury, New-Milford, Litchfield and 
Hartford. 

Fxora Ne^-York to Montreal by the way of P.eekf- 
HIV FiflikiH, Poughkeepfie, Rhiwebeck, fled Hook, 
tlermont, Hudfoh, Kinderhook, Albany, Lajiiingburg, 
'Bennington, Manchefler, Rutland, Vergennes, Bur- 
ling ton, Montreal. 

From Philadelphia to Pittfburg, through Lancafter, 
Fo Yorktown, Carlifle, Snippcnburg, Chamberflnirg, 
Sfcradburgh, Bedford, Greeivlburgh, Pittfburgh. 

About 150 other Graft Roads are eftablifhed by the 
Poft-Mafter-General ; which- are principal Iv defined 
for -the benefit of the back fettlemcnts of t£ie Scuth- 
rn States. 4 ngj 

ROAD S. 

(No. I.) Noith-Kiiigftoh^5c«tuate ? ti 

Rottd to Newport. Greenwich, to — — Mancheteer, 3 
Groton, miles ^ 4 Fulling^Mill, -3 Provi d&kcje, ii 
Stonington, 5 Providence, ie Attleborough, 9 

Pau c at u c bridge , 5 — — -* — H oiin es , 4 

Charleftown, • 8 63 Wrentham, 5 

Tower-hill, J 7 (No. III.) Walpole, % 

Ferry, § Mi dd/e Road to Pro -Dcdham, 8 

Newport, 7 vidence& Boftoj*. fro£on, ir 

•-^—Turnpike Mont- »■ »- >- 

49 Ville, 7 - 103 

(No. II.) Norwich, 7 (No. IV.) 

Lower road to Pro - Lifbon, 6 From Bofton to 

vidence. Plainfield, 8 Newburyport, 45 

ToTowcr hill, 39 Vohuitown, 4 From Newbury- 



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port to Portf- Amherft, 

month, 22 Sunderland, 

From Portfmouth Montague, 

to Portland, 62 Northfield, 
From Portland Hinfdale, 

toMachias, 203 Chefterfield, 



8 King's Bridge, 9 
6 New-York, 15 

14 

6 145 

11 From New -York 

9 to Philadelphia. 



5 Princeton, 
5 Trenton, 
5 Briftol, 
•— — Penny Peck, 
1 87 Frankfort, 
10 (No. VII.) Philadelphia, 
9 Road to New-Ha- 



8 Woodbridge, iO 
8 Brunfwick, i<> I 
!OTenMileRun,iO 

8 

22 

10 

10 

5 



■ ■ Weflmoreland, 9 Newark, iO, 

332 Walpole, 9 Elizabethtown, 6 

(No. V.) Charleftown, 
_. , m Claramont, 

***& Hertford Cornifh, 

p Middletown. piainfield, 
Montville, 7 Lebanon, 

— - Otis, 4 College, 

— - Chamberlain, 3 
Cokhefter, 6 

*—- Arnold, 
— — Brown, 

Over the Ferry to ven and New- 96- 

Middletown, 1 . York. From Philadelphia. 

Rocky-Hill, . .7 Lyme, -. 15 to Alexandria. 

Wethersfieid, 4 Acrofs the ferry Derby, 7 . 

JHartford, 4 to Saybrook, 4 Chefter, 8 

— — Killingw.orth, 9 Wilmington, 13 

55 Guilford, .10 Chriftianabridge9 

(No. VI.) Branford, 10 Head Elk, 12 

Read to Dartmouth New-Hav£n 7 , 9 Charleftown, 10 



College. 
Montville, 
Norwich, 
Franklin, 
Windham, 
AOiford, 
Union, 
Brimfieid, 
Palmer, 
£*Uhttnown, 



Milford, 
7 Stratford, 

7 Fairfield, 
4 Norwalk, 

8 Stamford, 
14 Horfe-neck, 

7 Rye, 
1 1 Merineck, 
6 New-Rocjiel, 

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10 Acrofs Sufque- 
4 hannah, 7 

9 Baltimore, 38 ' 
1 2 The P».ope Ferry 8 

9 Spurrier's, 8 

6 Roles', 8, 

6 Alexandria, 28 

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Duties, on Tonnage of Ships or Y'efiTels, &.$. 

ON all fhips- or vc'Tcl> of thg U. States, from any 
foreign port or place, at the. rate of 6 cts. per tun. 

On all vcfeh hereafter- built in the United States, 
jelonging wholly or in part to fubjects of foreign pew^- 
»rs, at the rate of 3^ cents per ton- 

On all foreign vefieJ.i, 5^ cents per ton. 

Vcffrls not belonging to the United States, entered 
in one Diftric~t from another, having merchandize on 
board, to pay 50 cent, per ton. 

The Duties on Tonnage to be paid in ten days after 
the mailer makes report ; and if the V.eflel leaves the 
port without paying the duty, the perfon commanding; 
forfeits the fumof 520 dollars. 

For the Regifter of every veiTel, the Fee is 2 dollars, 

For every certificate of enrolment, 50 cents. 

For every licence to trade between the United States, 
or the bank or whale frfhery, for one year, 50 cts» 

For every entry of inward cargo, 60 cents. 

For a permit to land foreign goods, 20 cents. 

For every permit to proceed to the place of deft^- 
nation, 25 cents. 

For taking every bond, 20 cents. 

TABLE of FEES. 

To be taken in the fever al Cuftom-Houfes of the United 
States, agreeable to the Layus of Gongrefs. 

For the Admeafurement of VefTels to be Regiftered. 
VefTels of 100 Tons and under, one cent per Top. 
If above xoo Tons and under 200 Tons, 150 cents, 
If above 200 Tons, two hundred cents. 

Admeasurement of Veff els to be Enrolled. 
Veflfels of 5 Tons and uider 20, fifty cents.' 
VefTels of 20 Tons to 70, feventy-nVe cents. 
VefTels above 70 to 100 Tons, one hundred cents. 
VefTels above 100 Tons, oae hundred and fifty cents. 

Fees of Regiftry. 
For every 'Certificate of Regiftry^ twa hundred centra. 



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For every Certificate of Record, two hundred cents. 

For every Bond required by the Aft, twenty fiv* cent$. 

For every endorfement, one hundred cents. 
Fees 2/ Enrolling and Licenfing. 

Every Certificate of Enrolment, fifty cents. 

Every Bond therefor, twenty five cents. 

Every Licence, including the Bond, if the VeiTel be 20 
Tons or under, twenty five cents. 

If above 20 and not more than 100 Tons, fifty cents. 

If above 100 Tons, one hundred cents. 

Every Endorfement on a certificate of Enrolment, 
twenty cents. 

Every Endorfement on a Licence, twenty cents. 
Fees for the tiftivc bnfinefs in toe Foreign Trade. 

For the Clearance of every VeiTel for a foreign Port, 
if under 100 Tons, one hundred and fifty cents. 

W +nore than 200 Tons, two hundred and fifty cents. 

For every Cocket, twenty cents. 

Yoi' every Bill of Health, twenty cents. 

/or every Sea Letter, twenty cents. 

Every bond given by Exporters for Drawback of Boun- 
ty, feventy cents. 

Fees in the Coafting Trade. 

For certifying a Manifeft and granting a Permit tQ'j 
proceed from one Diftrict to another, if the veflei be\ 
licenfed and lefs than 52 Tons, fifty cents. 

For receiving a manifeft, and granting a Permit fov a 
licenfed Veflei, if under 53 Tons, twenty five cent3. 

If above fifty tons, fifty cents. 

For certifying a -Manifeft and granting a Permit to pro- 
ceed from Diftrict to Diftrict, if the velfel be regif- 
tered, one hundred and fifty cents. 

For granting a Permit and receiving a certified Mani- 
feft of fuch Veflei, one hundred and fifty cents. 

For receiving a Manifeft and granting a permit to a fo- 
reign Velie.1 to proceed from one Diftrict. to another, 
two hundred cents. 

For receiving a Manifeft and granting a Permit t<? un- 
load far fuch Velfel, two hundred cents. 



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■ For granting a Permit to a Veilel hcenfed to carry on 
the Fifhcry to trade at foreign Ports, 25 cents. 

[[For the Report and Entry of" any foreign Goods impor- 
ted in fuch Veflel, twenty five cents. 

[JFor the Clearance of every Veifel having made a par- 
tial Entry, certifying the Manifeft and the Bond, 
eighty cents. 

If any thing is carried coaflwife, two Manifefts thereof 
muft be made, one to be retained, 150 cents more. 

I For every addition to the Manifeft of a Veflel going 
coaflwife, which anfwers to a Cocket in the foreign 
trade, twenty cents. 

Infpe&ors, Meafurers and Gaugers Fees. 
For every Day an Infpeetor fhall be actually employed 

in aid of the Cuftoms, One Dollar and fixty fix cents. 
For the meafurement of every hundred buihels of grain, 

thirty cents. 
For the measurement of every hundred bufhels of fait, 

forty cents. 
For the measurement of every hundred bufhels of coal ? 

fifty cents. 
For the weighing every one hundred and twelve pounds, 

one and an half cent. 
For the gauging and marking of every cafk, eight cents. 
Meafuring, weighing and gauging goods for exporta- 
tion, the fame as for importation. 
For computing contents, marking cafes of diftilled fpi- 

rits and wine, three cents per cafe. 
For counting bottles of cyder, beer, ale, or porter, one 

cent per dozeiir 

Consuls, &c. from the United States. 

JAMES Munroe, Miniftertothe Republic of France* 
Stephen Cathalan, Vice Conful at Marfeilles. 
Nathaniel Cutting, Conful at Havre de Marat» 
M. de la Motte, Vice Conful at Ditto. 
Jofcph Fenwic'k, Conful at Bourdeaux* 



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P. Dobres, Conful at Nantz. 

Nathaniel Barrett, Conful at Rouen. 

Fulvar Skipwith, ConfnI-General in France. 

William McCarthy, Conful at the Ifle of France. 

Jofeph Pitcairn, Conful at Paris. 

William Vans, jun. at the Port of Morlaix. 

Thomas Pmckney, Minifter at the Britifh Court. 

Jofliua Johnfon, Conful at London. 

Samuel Bayard, Commercial Agent at London. 

James Maury, Conful at Liverpool. 

Elias Vanderhorft, Conful at Briftol. 

Thomas Auldju, Vice Conful at Pool* 

Edward Fox, Conful at Falmouth. 

Jofeph Willfon, Conful at Dublin. 

James Simpfon, Conful at Gibraltar. 

William Short, Minifter Refident in Spain. 

Tofeph M. Yznardi, Conful at Cadiz. 

Richard Harrifon, Vice-Conful at Ditto. 

Robert Montgomery) Conful at Alicant. 

Michael Murphy, Conful at Malaga.. 

John Quincy Adams, Minifter Refident in Holland. 

Charles Wm. Frederick Dumas, Agent at the Hague., 

Tames Greenleaf, Conful at Amfter dam. 

'Svlvanus Bourne, Vice Conful at Ditto. 

David Matthew Clarkfon, Conful at St. Euftatia. 

Samuel Cooper Johonnot, Conful at Demarara. 

Ebenezer Br*fh, Conful at Surinam. 

Benjamin Hamnel Phillips, Conful at Gurracoa, 

Thomas Crafts, Agent in the Weft-Indies. 

Hans Rodolph Seebye, Conful at Copenhagen. 

Henry Cooper, Conful at Santa Cruz. 

John Parifh, Conful at Hamburg. 

Arnold Delius, Conful at Bremen. 

Philip Mark, Conful at Franconia, in Germany, 

Peter Felichy, Conful at Leghorn. 

Thomas Barclay, Conful at Morocco. 

Thomas Randall, Vice Conful at Canton, in China* 

Benjamin |oy, Conful at Calcutta. 

Guifeppo Chiappe, Agent at Mogadgr. 

David Humphrey, Minifter ftt.Kor|;u^ t 



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imuel Harrifon, Vice-Conful at Lifboiu 
kmventuro, Vice Conful at Bcllem. 
bon Cairo, Vice-Conful at Oporto. 
B. de Clamoufe Brown, Deputy Conful at Ditto. 
Joaquin Joe de Karros, Vice Conful at Cape de Verds. 
John Marfden Pintard, Conful at Madeira. 
John Culman, Conful at Otatava, in Teneriffc. 
John Clarke, Vice-Conful at Teneriffc. 
John Street, Vice-Conful at the Ifland of Fayal. 
Oliver Pollock, Commercial Agent at the Havannah. 
John Miller Ruifel, Conful at the Port of St. Peters- 
burg. 

A fum not exceeding 143,000 dollars, is annually to 
be appropriated to compenfate and fupport fuch perfons 
as may be appointed by the Prefident, to ferve the U- 
nited St ,.tes in foreign parts ; but the annual falary of 
a Miniiter Plenipotentiary is not to exceed 9000 "dol- 
lars ; of a Charge des Aifaires, 45°3 dollars ; of a Se- 
cretary of a Miniiler Plenipotentiary, 1350 dollars; 
the fmn to be advanced to either of them is not to 
exceed their faiary. 

Fees of Confuls from the United States. 

FOR authenticating under Seal, every Proteft, Depo- 
sition or other Act, which Captains, Mariners, Paf- 
fengers, Merchants or others, may chufe to make, 
two dollars. 

For taking polfeflion of, and fettling the perfonal eftate 
of any citizen of the United States, who fhall die 
within the limits of his Confulate, five per centum 
on the grofs amount. 

For taking into polfeifion, fettling and paying the bal- 
ances due on the perfonal efiate left by any citizen 
of the United States, who mall die within his limits^ 
. live per cent. • 

For delivering fuch eftate to legal reprefentatives, be- 
fore a final Settlement, if in money, two and an, 
kalf per cent. 



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They are to notify the death of anypeWbn, and to fcalw bS 
meafures in regard to ftratided veflek belonging t€ 
the United States. 

Confute, &c # from the French Republic 

Citizen P. Adet, Minister Plenipotentiary, at Phil** fa 

delphia. 
Antoine C. M. de la Foreft, Conful General at Ditto, j 
J. P. Petry, Conful at Ditto. 
Citizen Caffau, Vice -Conful at Ditto. 
Leon Delauney, Conful for Perinfylrania and Delaware. 
Philippe Jofeph Letombe, Conful General far U. States., 
Theodore Charles Mozard, Conful for Maifachufetts, 

Rhode-Ifland, and New-Hampfhire. 
Louis Arcambal, Vice-Conful for Rhode-Ifland. 
A. Tafte, Agent for Rhode-Ifland and Providence, . 
M. Hauterive, Conful at New-York. 
Vi&or Duport, Conful for North and South Carolina. 
Jean Antoine Bernard Rozier, Conful for New-York 

and New-Jerfey. 
Louis Etienne Duhail, Conful at Maryland. 
P. A. Cherui, Vice Conful at Virginia. 
Paul Thomas, Vice Conful at Baltimore. 
M. Tolean, Vice Conful for New-Hamplhire. 
Hector St. Johnde Crevecoeur, Conful for Conne&icut. 
John Pin vert, Vice-Conful at .New- London. 
Ignace Romane, Conful for N. &■ S. Carolina &: Georgia. 
A»toine Louis Fonfpertuis, Vice Conful at S. Carolina* 



Fiem the United Netherlands. 

Francis Van Bercke'l, Mirtifter Refident at Philadelphia. 
Diederick Leertouver, Conful for Maffachufetts and 

New-Hampfhire. ■ 
Herman Le Roy, Conful for New- York and N. Jeriey. 
Jan Hendrick Chriftian Heineker, Conful for Penary}- 

vania and Delaware. 
Adrian Vaick, Conful for Maryland and Virginia. 



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Jlfan Booen Hraves, Conful for North Carolina, South 
° ! Carolina and (Georgia. 

bhu Rois, Conful Gen'l from Hamburg, at Philadelphia. 

From Portugal. 

^hevalier de Friers, AmbafTador to the United States. 
gnatitis Palyart, Conful General at Pennfylvania. 
ames Barry, Vice Conful for Maryland & Virginia. 
Francis James Ver Cnock, Vice Conful for S. Carolina. 
Richard Codman, Vice Conful for MafiaclmJ'etts. 
bhn Abrams, Vice Conful at New- York. 



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From Spain, 

Don Jofeph de jaudennes,, Envoy to. the United States. 
Don Jofeph Ignatio de Viar, Conful General at Phila- 
delphia. 

Thomas Stoughton, Conful at New- York. 
) Joieph Wifeman, Gonful for R. Iiland and Providence. 
Don Juan Stoughton, Conful for Maflachufetts, Rhode- 
' Ifland, Connecticut, New-Hampfhire and Vermont. 
John B. Bernabew, Conful &>r Maryland. 
Anthony A. Villalobos, Conful for Virginia and Ken~ 

tucky. 
James Morphy, Conful for North and South Carolina 

and Georgia. 

Bon Jofeph de Jaudennes,, Envoy from Spain t*> the Uni- 
ted States, has appointed the following perfbns to 
grant Certificates for American VeiTeis bound to 
Spain, 'm order th*t they may avoid any mokilati^it 
•ither by fea or land, viz. 

At Philadelphia, Jofeph Ignatius Viar. 

sAt New- York, Thomas Stoughton. 

AtBofton, John Stoughton, ,..••■ - 

AtNewport, Jjofeph Wifeman, 

'At Baltimore, John Baptift Bexnabew. 

<At Norfolk, Antonio. Argote Y. ViU&lp.bsr 

AtCbark&own, Ja»«$ Morphy, 



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From Sweden. 

Richard Soaerftrom, Conful at Philadelphia. 



From Pruflia. 

Charles Godfrey Polefke, Conful General. 



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From Great Britain. 

Sir John Temple, Conful General for the Eaftent^ 

States. Refidence at New-York. 
Phineas Bond, Conful General for the Middle and 

Southern States, Refident at Philadelphia. 
Thomas M'Donough, Conful for the States of MafTa- 

chufetts, Rhode Ifland, Connecticut, and New- 

Hampfhire, Refident at Bofton. 
Edward Thornton, Vice Conful for Maryland. 
John Hamilton, Conftil for Virginia. 
George Miller, Conful for North Carolina, South Carolfe 

na and Georgia. 

Epifcopalian Bifhops in America, 

Samuel Seabury, Bilhop in Connecticut, 
Samuel Provoft, Bilhop at New-York, 
William White, Bifliop in Pennfylvania, 
Thomas J. Clagget, Biihop in Maryland, 
James Maddifon, Bilhop in Virginia, 
George Inglis, Biihop at Nova-Scotia, 
Robert Smith, Bilhop for South Carolina^. 
Jacob Mountain, Bilhop in Canada, 
Dr. Peters is Bilhop elect for Vermont. 
By the returns made to the lad Epifcopalian Co** 
vention it appeared thatfmce 1783 there have been for- 
med in the feveral States, 300 Congregations of that 
Denomination ; and in that period 140 Clergymen have 
come from England ? or teea ordained by tie Bi&ops 
i* the States* 



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Government of -the United Stat* 



Heorae, IV am ma to7i , 

President of the United States, 
hmmanier in Chief of all the Military and Naval Forces. 

Salary, 25,000 Dollars per Annum : 
/liich is neither to be increafed nor diminifhed during 
the period for which he fhail have been elected. 

BARTHOLOMEW DANDRIDGE, 

Secretary to the Prefidcot. 

jJOHN A D AM S, Vice-President, 
Salary, 5000 Dollars per Annum. 

The Preiident and Vice-Prefident are to hold their Of* 
fices during the term of four years » A Prefident 
muft be a Citizen of the United States, and have 
attained to the age of 35 years, and have been 14 
years a refident, and before he enters on the execu- 
tion of his Office is to take the following Oath : — • 
*' / do foletnnhj fwear that I -iiill faithfully execute 
" theoj&ce of -Prefident of the United States, arid 11 ill 
" to the be ft of M?y ability, preferve, pretext and de- 
" fend the Cvtiftitution of the V?iited States." 

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DEPARTMENT of STATE,&c ( 

Timothy Pickering, Secretary of State. 
Oliver Wolcott, of Connecticut, Sec'ry of Treafury, 
John Davis, of Mailachufetts, Comptroller of Treaty, 
i Richard Harrifon, of Virginia, Auditor of the Tr^asf'y. 
jjofeph Nourfe, of N. York, Regifler of the Treafury. 
Tench Coxe, o£ Pennsylvania, CommilTi'r of Revenue. 



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Samuel Meredith, of Pennfylvania, Treafurer. 

-— L f Sec'ry at War. 

William Simmons, of Pennfylvania, Accomptant Ditto 
Caleb Swan, of Maflacliufetts, Pay Matter to the Wa 
Department, to re fide near head-quarters sf the Troopy 
Samuel liodgdon, Superintendant of public Stores. 
Anthony Wayne, Major-General and Commander c 

the Troops. 
James Wiikinfon, Brigadier- General. 
Tench Francis, Purveyor of public Supplies. 
James O'Hara, Quarter-Mailer. 
John Mills, Adjutant and Infpe&or. 

SENATORS. 

John Adams, Prefidcnt of the Senate. 

The Prefident is to have no Vote, unlefs eyua/ty divided* 

New-Hampshire. 
John Langdon, 
Samuel Livermore. 
Massachusetts. 
George Cabot, 
Caleb Strong. 
Rhode-Island, &c. 



William Bradford, 
Theodore Fofter. 

CONNBCTICUT. 

Oliver Ellfworth, 
Jonathan Trumbull. 

New-York. 
Aaron Burr, 
Rufui King. 

New- Jersey • 
Fred. Frelinghuyfen, 
John Rutherford. 

Pennsylvania. 
William Bingham, 
James Rofs, 



Delaware. 
John Vining, 
Henry Latimer. 
Maryland. 
John Henry, 
Richard Potts. 
Virginia. 
Stephens T. Mafon, 
Henry Tazewell. 

North-Carolina. 
Timothy Bloodworth, 
Alexander Martin. 

South-Carolina. 
Pierce Butler, 
Jacob Reed. 

Georgia. 
ames Gunn. 
">—- Walter, 

Vermont. 
Elijah Paine, 
Moles Robinfon. 



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Kentucky • 

| Humphrey Marlhall. 



| John Brown, 

Bifliop White, Chaplain. 
Samuel Ailyne Otis, Secretary to the Senate. 
James Mathers, Door-Keeptr. 
James Maxwell, dtfifta?it-Docr-Keeper. 

Federal REPRESENTATIVES, 



JONATHAN D 

New-Hampshire. 
Abiel Fofter, 
Nicholas Gilman, 
John S. Sherburne, 
Jeremiah Smith. 

Maine. 
Henry Dearborn, 
George Thatcher, 
Peleg Wadiworth. 
Massachusetts. 
Fifher Ames, 
Theophilus Bradbury, 
Nathaniel Freeman, jr. 
D wight Fofter, 
Benjamin Goodhue, 
George Leonard, 
William Lyman, 
Samuel Lyman, 
John Reed, 
Theodore Sedgwick, 
Jofeph Bradley Varnum. 

Rhode-Island, &e. 
Benjamin Bourne, 

I Francis Malbone. 
Connecticut. 

v. Jofima Coit, 
Chauncy Goodrich, 
Roger Griiwoid, 



AYTON, Speaker. 

James Hillhoufe, 
Nathaniel Smith, 
Zephaaiah Swift, 
Uriah Tracy. 

Vermont. 
Daniel Buck, 
Iirael Smith. 

New- Yo f k. 
John Van Allen, 
Thoodorus &ailey, 
William Cooper, 
Philip Van Cortland^ 
Ezekiel Gilbert, 
Henry Glen, 
John Hathorn, 
Jonathan N. Plavens, 
Edward Living ft or, 
John Williams. 

New -Jersey, 
Jonathan Dayton, 
Thomas Henderibn, 
Aaron Kitchel, 
Ifaac Smith, 
Mark Thompfcn. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

David Beard, 
William Findler, » 
Albert Gallatin, 



Andrew Gre£g, 
Thomas Hartley, 
Daniel Heifter, 
John W. Kittera, 
Samuel McClay, 
Fred. A. Muhlenberg, 
ana 2 5 M orri s , ? con- * 
John Richards, 3 tejled. 
Samuel Sitgreaves, 
John Sv/anwick, 
Kichard Thomas. 

DELAWARE. 

John Patton. 

Maryland. 
Gabriel thrift ie, 
jeremiah Crabb, 
George- Dent, • 
Gabriel Duval, 
William Hindman, 
William Vans Murray, 
Samuel Smith, 
Thomas Sprigg. 

Virginia. 
Richard Brent, 
Samuel Jordan Cabell, 
Thomas Claiborne, 
John Clopton, 
Ifaac Coles, 
William B. Giles, 
John Heath, 
George Hancock, 
Carter B. Harrifon, 
George Jackfon, 
Janies Madifpn, jun. 



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Andrew Moore, 
Anthony New, 
John Nicholas, 
John Page, 
Jofiah Parker, 
Francis Prefton, 
Robert Rutherford, 
Abraham B. VenaMc. 
North-Carolina. 
Thomas Blountj 
Nathan Bryan, 
Dempfey Burgefs, 
Jefte Franklin, 
James Giliefpie, 
William B. Grove, 
James Holland, „ 
Matthew Locke, 
Nathaniel Macon, 
Abfafom Tatom. 

South-Carolina. 
Lemuel Benton, 
Samuel Earle, 
Wade Hampton, 
Robert G. I^arper, 
William Smith, 
Richard Winn. 

Georgia, 
Abraham Baldwin, 
John Milledge. 

Kentucky. 
Chriftopher Greenup, 
Alexander D. Orr. 
So. Western Territory 
James White. 



John Beckley, Clerk of the Houie of Reprefentatives 
Lemuel Green, Chaplain. 
Jofeph Wheatbn, Sergeant at Arms, 
Thomas Claxton, Door-Keeper. 
T. Dunn, Aj/lftfint-Doqr-Keeper, 



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JUDICIARY of the UNITED STATES. 

SUPREME COURT. 

John Rutledge, of S. Carolina, Chief Juftice, 4000 doll. 
William Cuftiing, of MafTachufetts, 1 
James Wilfon, of Perinfylvania, | AfTociateJuftices, 
John Blair of Virginia, ^ Salary 3500 

James Iredel, of North-Carolina, j Dollars each. 
William Paterfon, of New-Jerfey, J 

Charles Lee, of Virginia, Attorney-General. 

Salary 1900 Dollars. 

Samuel Bayard, of Pennfylvania, Clerk. 

The Records of the Court of Errors and Appeals in cafes of 
capture, are lodged in the Clerk 7 s office of this Court. 

JUDGES, Sec. of the DISTRICT COURTS. 



Diftricl of 
Maine. 



Diftricl of 
N. Hampfjjre. 



Diftria of 
Vermont. 



Difirifl of 
Maffubufetts. 



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David Sewall, Judge, iood Dollars, 
William Lithgow, Attorney. 
John Hobby, Marfhal. 
David Howe, ") _ 

Ralph Hart Bowles, C ^W 
SethTinkham, J) Mar,haU 

Henry Sewall, Clerk. 
John Pickering, Judge, iodo Dollars. 
1 Edward St. Loe Livermore, Attorney. 
1 Nathaniel Rogers, Marllial. 
.Jonathan Steel, Clerk. 
Sam'l Hitchcock, Judge, iooo Dollars, 
Stephen Jacobs, Attorney. 
Lewis R. Morris, Marfhal. 
.Frederick Hill, Clerk. 
John Lowell, Judge, I20D Dollars, 
Chriftopher Gore, Attorney. 
John Brooks, Marihal. 
Samuel Bradford, Deputy Mar&a:. 
Nathan Goodale, Ckrk 
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rHinrvMarchant, fudge, iooo Dollars 
Dijtntt of } Ray Greene, Attorney. 
Rhode-Iflan.l p William Peck, Marinal. 

C Edmund T.Ellery,. Clerk. 

r^n • r C Rlch ^ rd Law > J u ^S e ' TO0 ° dollars. 
Dtjinft of jPierpont Edwards, Attorney. 
Connecticut. ~S Philip B. Bradley, Marflial.* 

C Simeon Baldwin, Clerk. 
Ts-n • r O qhn Law ^ce, J'^ge, tpo Dollars. 
Difincl of } Richard Harrifon, Attorney. 
Nevj-Tork. ^Aquila Giles, MarfhaJ. 
C Robert Throoi, Clerk. 
("Robert Morris, Judge, 1 ooo Dollars. 
Tlifiritt of \ Abraham O^den, Attorney. 
Nciv-Jerfey. p Thomas Lowry, Marihal." 
C Robert Boggs, Clerk. 
("Richard Peters, Judge, 1600 Dollars 
Diftricl of ) William Rawle, Attorney. 
Perwfylvdn/a. S William Nichols, Marihal. 
CSamuel Caldwell, Clerk. 
("Gunning Bedford, Judge, 1 odd Dolls* 
Dtfirici of J) George Read, ^un. Attorney. 
Delaware. ^Thomas M'Lean, Marmal." 
C Matthew Pearce, Cleric. 
("William Paca, Judge, 18:0 Dollars. 
Diftrifi of \ Zebulon Hollingfworth, Attorney. 
ManLmj. . S Nathaniel Ramfay, Marihal. 
C Philip Moore, Clerk. 
(^Cyrus Grilfin, Judge, i8o:> Dollars. 
Diftrift of N Alexander Campbell, Attorney. 
Virginia. S David Meade Randolph, Marfhal. 
C William Mar mall, Clerk. 
(" Harry Innei, Judge, 1 poo Dollars." 
.Dijlrifi ef \ George Nicholas, Attorney. 
Kentucky. ") Samuel M'Dowell, Marihal. 
^ James G. Hunter, Clerk. 
(■John Sitgreaves, Judge, ijWDoilartfJ 
Rijlricl ef \ William Hill, Attorney. 
XzrthCiroIiju.*) John Skinner, MarihaU 
C kbner Neale, Clerk- 



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S Thomas Bee, Judge, t8oo Dollars. 
Thomas Parker, Attorney. 
South Carolina. ^)Daniel Lionel, Marfhal. 
C Thomas Hall, Clerk. 
^Nath'l Pendleton, Judge, 15^0 Dolls. 
Difirift of S Matthew M'AUifte;, Attorney. 

Georgia. J—* — ' — > Marfhal. 

^Venables Bond, Clerk. 

SV P E RVI SO RS of tjie REV'ENV E. 

Kcw-Hamfjbire, Jofhua Went worth, 

Majfachufit(s l Nathaniel Gorham. 

Rhodc-lfiand, John S. Dexter. 

Conncftkut, John Chefler. 

Vermont, Nathaniel Brufli. 

Tseia-Tork, Nicholas Fim. 

Nc-w-Jerfiy, Aaron Dunham. 

Pennfylvania, Henry Miller. 
Dclanvare, 

Maryland, John Kilty. 

Virginia, Edward Carrington. 

North Qarolina, William Polk. 

South Carolina, Daniel Stevens. 

Georgia, John Mathews, 

Kentucky, Thomas Marfhall. 

f Revenue Officers in the four Eaftern States. 

For the Diftricl of Matfachufttts. 
Benjamin Lincoln, Collector, at the Ports of Boftou 
and Charleftown. 
Benjamin Weld, Deputy Collector. 
James Lovel}, Naval Officer. 
Thomas Melvill, Surveyor and Infpec^or of Exctfl*. 
Salem, Jofeph Hiller, collector. 

William Pickman, naval officer. 
Bartholomew Putnam, furveyor. 
Bevcrhy Jpliah Bacheldor, furveyor. 

WtwHcb* ad 9 bamusURuflfcll Gerry, collector > 



Newburyport, Dudley Atkins Tyng, colleger. 

Jonathan Tit comb, naval officer. 

Michael Hodge, furveyor. 
GhiKcfter, William Tuck, collector. 

Samael Wittemore, furveyor. 
Ipfwich, Jeremiah Staniford, furveyor, 

Plymouth, William Watfon, collector. 
Barnfiabhy Jofeph Otis, collector. 
Nantucket, Stephen HufTey, collector. ' 
£dgartou*iy John Peafe, collector. 
New-Bedford, Edward Pope, collector. 
Dightotty Hodijah Baylies, collector. 

Rehobothy Lemuel Waytt, collector. 

York, Jofeph Tucker, collector. 

S p1£{ZL?fy } J«emiah Hill, collector. 
Portland, Nathaniel Fadre Fofdick, collector- 

James Lunt, furveyor. 
B,ithy William Webb, collector. 

JV/fcdjfctty Francis Cook, collector. 
Pcjiobfcoty John Lee, collector. 
Frenchman' s 2fay»Melatiah Jordan, collector. 
Machiasy Stephen Smith, collector. 

Pajfiimaquothy Lewis F. De Lefdernier, collector* 

1 Diftria of Ne-u>-Hamj>Jb'irc a 

Port] 'mouth, Jofeph Whipple, collector. 

Eleazer Ruflell, naval officer. 
Thomas Martin, furveyor. 



Diftricl of Khode-Ijland and Providence, 

Newport, WirKarnEllery, collector. 

Robert Cooke, naval officer. 

Daniel Lyman, furveyor. 
Providence, Jeremiah Olney, collector. 

William Barton, furveyor. 

Ebenezer Thompfon, naval officer,* 
Patuxet, Zachariah Rhodes, furveyor. 

No. Khjgfton i D- Eldridge Updike, furveyorc 



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EajlGrecirwich,T\iQm7LS Arnold, Airvcyor. 

\Z'rh:gtQv,\ Nathaniel P^%fi furveyor. 
Brifot, Samuel Bofworth, furveyor. 

Paucutuckj George StiHman, furveyor. 

J)ijtri& of Conncrticut. 
New-London^ Jedidiah Huntington, collector. 

Nathaniel Richards, furveyor. 
Nathaniel Saltonitall, Jonathan Trott, Daniel Rich- 
ards, Ebenezer Goddard, Peter B. Harris, and Henry 
Jepfon, infpectors. 

Ebenezer Pquglais, and Archibald Robcrtfon, weigh- 
ers, meafurers, and gaugers. 

Stoniwton, Jonathan Palmer, jun. furveyor. 
Midd.Uto^n } George Phillip:, collector. 

Comfort Sage, furveyor. 
Rob't Warner, Is*c Williams, Tim. Starr, infpectors, 
New-Haven^ Pavid Auftin, collector. 

William Munfon, furveyor. 
Fairfield Samuel Smedley, collector. 
S.ybrook, John Dickinfon, furveyor. 

The following commifllons are allowed to the Col- 
lectors q{ the duties of inipqit and tonnage, .on all mo- 
nies by them reflectively arifmg on tonnage", and on all 
goods, wares and merchandize imported, the fums fol- 
lowing, viz. 

To the Collector of the District of Boftan and CharJef- 
town, five eights of one per cent. 

To the Collector of the piftrict of Salem, {qv€xi 
eights of one per cent. 

To the Collector of the Diftrict cf Newburyport, 
one and a quarter per cent. 

To the Collector of the Diftricts of Portfmouth, 
Portland, Newport, Providence, New-Haven, and 
Middletown, one and an half per cent ? 

And to the Collectors of the Diftricts of Vermont, 
Gloucefter, Marblehead, Plymouth, BarnftaWe, Nan- 
tucket, Edgartown, New-Bedford, Bath, V. ifcaifeq 



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Penobfcot, Frenchman's bay, Machias, PafTamaquody, 
New-London, and Fairfield, two per cent. 

Befides the above Commimons, there is to be yearly 
allowed to the following Officers the Aims following, 
viz. 

To*he Collectors of the Diftri&s of York and Pafla- 
maqnody, the fum of 153 dollars each. 

To the Collectors of the Diftriets of Portfmouth, 
Vermont, Glouceiler, Plymouth, Barnilable, Nantuck- 
et, Edgartown, New-Bedford, Biddeford, Penobfcot, 
Frenchman's bay, Machias and Newport, the fum of 
100 dollars each. 

To the Collectors of the Diftrias of Marblehead, 
Bath, WifcaiFet, and New-Haven, the fum of 15} dol- 
lars each. 

Infpe&ors are to be allowed for every day they mall be 
employed in aid of the CuftOms, a fum not exceeding 
one dollar and. 66 cents. 

Weighers are to be paid one, cent and an half for the 
weighing of every 1 12- lbs. 

COMMISSIONERS of LOANS. 



States. 


Officers. 


Sitlaries. 


Nnv- Hampfoire y 


William Gardner, 


650 Dolls 


Maffacbufetts, 


Nathaniel Appleton, 


I5X> 


Rhodc-Ijland, 


Jabez Brown, 


6 3D 


ConrtecJicut 9 


William Imlay, 


IDOO 


N<m<-York, 


Matthew Clarkfon, 


15:0 


Npv-Jsrfy, 


James Ewing, 


700 


Pstinfylvaniaj 


, Stephen Moylan, 


i5>o 


Delaware) 


James Tilton, 


biy 


Maryland) 


Benjamin Harwood, 


1000 


Virginia) 


John Hopkins, 


1500 


Nortb-C.irolina) 


William Skinner, 


IQDO 


South- Carolina, 


John Neufville, 


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Oeorgia 9 


Hichard Wylly, 


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Mint Eflablifhmenr. 

Henry William de Sauflure, Dire&or, Salary 200o doll'?. 
Henry Voight, Chief Coiner, 1500 

Robert Scott, Engraver, - 1 203 
Albion Cox, Allayer, - 1500 

■■ , Melt Officer, 1 500 

Dr. Nicholas Way, Treafurer, 1200 
The principal Clerk to be allowed 700 dollars per ann. 
Three others at 500 dollars each. 

Harvard University in Cambridge. 

The Corporation. 
Rev. Jofeph Willard, D.D. and LLD. Prefident. 
Hon. Oliver Wendell, 
Hon. John Lowell, LL.D. 
Hon. Jamas Bowdoin, ^ Fellows. 

Rev. Simeon Howard, D.D. 
Rev. John Lathrop, D.D. * 

Ebenezer ^torer, A. M. Treasurer. 

Commencement, the third Wednefday in July. 
Vacations : From Commencement four weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in October, two weeks*- 
From the firft Wednefday in January, five weeks. 
From the third Wednefday in April, two weeks. 

Rhode-Ifland College, at Providence. 

Hon. Jabez Bowen, Elq. Chancellor. 
Rev. Jonathan Maxcy, Prefident. 
David Howell, LL.0. Profeffor of Law. 
Benjamin Weft, LL.D. Profeffor of Mathematics 

and Aitronomy. 
Rev. Perez Forbes, LL.D. Profeffor of Natural 

Philofophy. 
Simeon Dogget, A.M. ~) 
Ala Meffer, A.M. S-Tutors. 

Gilbert t>ench, A.B. } 
College vacations : Fr^i the frrft Wednefday in 



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September, four -weeks ; from the fkft Wednefday in 
January, fix weeks ; and from the firft Wednefday iu 
May, three weeks. 

Dartmouth College, in New-Hampfhire* 

JphnWheelock, LL. D. Prefident. 
Commencement, The fourth Wednefday in Auguft. 

William's College, in Berkfhite County, 
Maffachufetts. 

Ebenezer Fitch, Prefident. 
Commencement, The firft Wednefday in September. 

Additions and Alterations. 

SUPREME Court of Errors, to fit the firft Tuefday 
in June, annually ; alternately at Hartford and 
New-Haven, beginning at the former. It is compofed 
of the Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, and twelve 
Affiftants. 

Shubael Breed, Deputy Sheriff, Norwich. 

George Morgan, do. Killingworth, 

Benj. Huntington, Clerk of city and city court 

Norwich. 
Jofeph Wafhborn, Miniiter firft fociety Fannington 
. Edward G. Grifhng, Mihifter, New-Hartford. 
rr Solomon Spalding, Candidate, Afliford. 

Difference of high-water, at feveral plaees from 
New-London, 

AT New- York, Tarpaulbi-Cove and Say brook bar, 
the fame as New-London ; at Rhode-Iiland and 
Amboy, 46 minutes fooner ; at Providence, 25 minutes 
fooner ; at S.andy Hook, -2 hours and 40 minutes fooner ; 
at Albany 3 hours and iO minutes fooner ; at Bofton 2 
hours and 2 J minutes later ;, at, Guilford and New-Ha- 
ven, 2 hours and ^p -minutes later.; at Philadelphia. 5 
hours and 20 minutes later; at Norwich Landing 45 
minutes later ; at Sagh Arbor Mid SOAithold-harbbr ? i 
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TABLE 67 CONTEXTS. 



ATtornies, circuit) 

court ConnecV t ) ^ 

Act re i peeing ficknefs ^5 

Sank, New-London 65 

— Hartford ib. 

Bifhops in America 108 

bounty Hartford 27 

- New-Haven 29 

- New-London 3 1 

- Fairfield 33 

- Windham 34 
-, Litchfield 36 

- Middlesex 38 

- Tolland 40 
Cavalry 89 
City New-Haven 57 

- New-London ib. 

- Hartford ib- 

- Middletown 58 

- Norwich ib. 
College \ale ib. 

— Harvard 1 19 
*— Providence ib. 

— Dartmouth 120 
■— Williams's ib. 

Courts New-England 91 

— . United States 94 

Calendar French J 6 

Coins United States 19 
Coins foreign value in 

the United States ib. 
(Connecticut executive 
& legiilative departs 21 

Judicial ■& civil 27 

ktanxnifiioners Loans 1 28 

[Department State IC9 

k)iiti«s on goods, &c. 67 

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Freemen's Meeting 56 
Fees Cuftona-Houie 201 
Fees of Confuls IQS 

High Water J2a> 

Mint Ettablifliment 1 19 
Minifters Churches &x. 59 
Methodift Preachers 64 
Militia 76 

Minifters &rc. from the 

United States Io3 

Minifters &.c. to the 

United States, jc6 

Nomination for AfliiTs 48 
Notaries public 56 

Probate <.oufts 41 

Preachers Licenfed 64 
Poft-Oftice 96 

Poftage 97 

IPoft Towns ib. 

Re v enue Office r f 2 1 5 

, Roads 9* 

Supervifors ib. 

Society Cincinnati 50 

*— Medical $1 

— Freedom 54 
»— Free-Mafons 55 

Town-Clerks Treasu- 
rers Collectors and 
firft Seletf: men 45 

Table of Intereft 1 7 

»- Weight & value 

of coins &: c. 1 8 
•— Exchange between 
Connecticut &:c. 20 

U. States Government IC9 
«— Senators 1 10 

— Representatives 1 1 X 

— judiciary 1 13 






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